With one in six of the adult population being affected by hearing loss, the need for effective fire warning technology is imperative.
DeafCall provides critical alerts for deaf and hard-of-hearing people on your premises, enabling you to alert them in the event of a fire, security breach or other critical situation.
As a business, you have a duty of care towards your staff and your customers to ensure that their safety is always of paramount importance. Not only this but the Equality Act 2010 also requires all UK employers to make adequate provisions for deaf and hard-of-hearing staff and customers, particularly when it comes to fire safety and security.
Currently used in over 1,000 locations in the UK, DeafCall is a reliable, easy-to-use, and cost-effective solution to ensure you are putting the safety of your staff first, whilst also fulfilling your statutory requirements.
Equality Act 2010 requirements for alerting the deaf and hard-of-hearing
British Standard BS5839 & EN54-4
British Standard EN54-4 & BS5839
Bring reassurance and control for staff and customers with hearing loss in the event of a critical situation or emergency. Instantly send a message to connected pagers, enabling immediate action to be taken. Plus, continuous battery backup provides 24-hour cover in the event of a power failure.
All technical information was determined at the factory and in accordance with the corresponding standards. Subject to change on the basis of continuous development.