A fire alarm system is a crucial part of your building’s fire strategy. It is important to make sure that the system you have meets the British Standards for fire safety, as well as satisfying your fire risk assessment.

Fire alarm systems are the quickest and most reliable way of informing all employees of an emergency situation. The presence of an alarm system can significantly reduce the risk of injuries, fatalities and property damage by providing early warning if a fire breaks out. This allows anyone on the premises more time to react, exit the building safely and alert the authorities before the fire escalates.

Loss of life and property damage has been proven to be minimal when fires are successfully dealt with in the earliest stages. Studies have shown 93% of all fire-related deaths and 95% of all direct property damage occur only after a fire has progressed. Installing an adequate fire alarm system can also help you to meet any legal and insurance obligations. It is required by law that all business premises must have an appropriate fire detection system in order to safeguard their staff. This makes it a crucial decision for business property owners to invest in fire alarm services in order to maintain a high level of safety.