Cooper Safety Fire Systems, specialist manufacturers and suppliers of fire systems solutions has launched the Emergency Assist Alarm, Stand Alone Kit, compliant with Part M and BS8300 code of practice; The design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people.
Cooper Safety Emergency Assist Alarm includes everything required for a quick and easy installation with a two-wire connection, which saves on time and installation costs. High contrast printing, a high output blue LED indication, buzzer and tactile Braille signage to assist the partially sighted.
The Stand Alone Kit comprises of all the components needed to install a fully compliant system, including individual components that can be purchased to extend an existing system.
Commenting on the company’s new launch, Neil Curtis, Global Product Manager at Cooper Fire said: “For those who own or manage a public building, it is now a legal requirement that provisions are made for disabled people by ensuring that that any disabled WC in on the premises is fitted with a disabled toilet alarm.
“Our Emergency Assist Alarm is attractive and easy to install and in the event of an emergency allows a distressed person to operate with a simple pull of the cord which activates a light and audible alarm outside the WC.”