- 21st November 2014: Static security officer duties commenced for a sheltered housing scheme for 'severe weather' cover in Exeter, Devon
- 21st November 2014: 24/7 keyholding and response services commenced to a residential property in Kingsbridge, Devon
- 21st November 2014: 24/7 keyholding and response services commenced to a residential property in Tavistock, Devon
- 19th December 2014: 24/7 keyholding and response services commenced to a residential property in Plymouth, Devon
- 18th November 2014: 24/7 keyholding and response service commenced to an industrial site in Liskeard, Cornwall
- 13th November 2014: 24/7 monitored intruder alarm and CCTV system installed in to a roofing maintenance building in Plymouth, Devon
- 12th November 2014: 24/7 monitored intruder alarm system with PA installed in to a public house in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire
- 11th November 2014: CCTV system installed in to council offices in Plymouth, Devon
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Hotels and Guest Houses
Hotel and Guest House Fire Alarm
Securi-Guard Fire and Security have a number of cost effective wired and wireless fire alarm systems to meet the requirements of your risk assessment and the Regulatory Reform Order (RRO). The guides address sleeping accommodation for staff, common areas for residents and sleeping, dining or other accommodation for guests/residents including:
The RRO Act covers all types of sleeping accommodations types.
Please see: http://www.communities.gov.uk/publications/fire/firesafetyrisk4 for full information.
Fire Detection and Warning Systems
Virtually all premises that this guide applies to will need a fire detection and warning system incorporating automatic fire detection, sounders and manually operated call points (break-glass boxes). Dependent of the Risk Assessment these would be required to meet BS 5839-1:2002 or BS 5839-6:2004. Different ranges of equipment meet these two standards.
In simple, premises of limited size/occupation e.g. ground and first floor with a small number of guest/residents, an alternative system of interconnected smoke alarms or point detectors, incorporating interconnected manual call points and, where necessary separate sounders may be acceptable.
In more complex premises, such as the sleeping areas of hotels, boarding schools or student accommodation, you will probably need an automatic fire detection and warning system with a control panel which is able to identify either the zone or the specific location where the alarm has been raised. The control panel (or a repeat panel) should be located near the entrance to the premises.
If you would like to discuss your fire and/or security requirements and the services you are interested in please contact the Fire Alarms Manager today, or call on 01752 512120.