You’ve finally found the security company that can provide the very best in Fire Alarm systems. TI Security has been providing Fire Alarm systems and maintenance packages for 50 years, giving us the knowledge required to protect your business and ensure your complete compliance with fire safety regulations, at the right price.

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WHY CHOOSE TI SECURITY FOR YOUR Fire Alarm?

Fire Alarm systems and safety solutions in your premises need to be completely compliant with the relevant laws to meet your duty of care and mitigate associated health and safety risks. Our experienced engineers can install a new Fire Alarm, conduct an upgrade or take over your Fire Alarm maintenance programme without causing any disruption to your business. You’ll get 100% honest and transparent advice, to ensure you get the most suitable fire safety solutions for your premises, giving you complete peace of mind that your buildings, staff and visitors are fully safeguarded.

  • Ensure legal compliance
  • Reduce liabilities and mitigate risk
  • Keep employees, plant, product and premises safe
  • Meet your health & safety obligations
  • Satisfy insurance requirements

Fire Alarm – features and benefits

Most of our clients come to us for a system take-over due to poor service performance from their current/previous partner, but we can also manage upgrades or extensions for growing businesses and to ensure compliance. If you’re looking for a new Fire Alarm or an upgrade, here are some of the features, capabilities and benefits our products can offer that will bring you the highest standards of fire detection, protection and prevention:

  • Conventional Fire Alarm

    These are used for lower-risk businesses and separate your premises into various zones – but does not narrow down the alert to an exact location within the zone.

  • Addressable Fire Alarm

    These are more suitable for businesses or organisations that have bigger premises, greater staff/visitor numbers or are at higher risk. With these systems, every detector has its own ‘address’, so that on activation, you can identify the exact location of the hazard.

  • Control panels

    Our smart control panels give you a central system to enable the monitoring of circuits and fault signals, plus provide the facilities for testing, disabling devices, audible alert silencing and system resets. Control panels must be placed in a low-risk location, near the ground floor entrance.

  • Detectors

    There are a range of different detectors you may wish to consider, depending on the results of your fire risk assessment, including:

    • Heat detectors – these come in two types; to trigger an alert when it registers a pre-set temperature, or to trigger an alert based on the rate of the rise in temperature.
    • Smoke detectors – these can register smoke in three different ways; ionisation, light obscuring and light scattering.
    • Carbon monoxide detectors – these are not the same as a residential CO detector but instead monitor CO released as a result of a fire outbreak.
    • Multi-sensor detectors – an algorithmic-based sensor, combining both optical and heat detection.
  • Alarm sounders

    You’ll have several choices when it comes to audio alerting mechanisms, including bells, dome bells, solid-state sounders, sirens of varying sizes and frequencies and motor or pneumatic horns.

  • Monitoring and response

    Whether you have a new or existing system, we’ll connect your alarms to a reliable, 24/7 monitoring station, providing key holder and/or fire brigade response capabilities.

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Commercial Fire Alarm

  • Ensure legal compliance

    You have a legal responsibility to meet all fire alarm regulations for commercial buildings – so we’ll make sure you do exactly that, giving you the peace of mind that you’re legally and physically protected. The person responsible for Fire Alarm Safety is the owner, employer, landlord or occupier – each of these people must work together if several apply. If you don’t comply with regulations you place your building, equipment, stock and staff at risk, and could also face a fine or even imprisonment.

  • Reduce liabilities and risk

    The risks associated with a Fire breakout can’t be underestimated, and a fully working and compliant commercial Fire Alarm system is the only way to truly mitigate those risks and reduce liabilities. While insurance claims can be inconvenient and complex, the biggest potential tragedy is the very real threat to loss of life. Stock can be expensive to replace and slow down operations and production, but ensuring staff and visitors have the best chance of escape should the worst happen is something you simply can’t leave to chance.

  • Meet health & safety obligations

    A properly conducted Fire risk assessment is an integral and essential element of your health and safety processes – make sure that your designated responsible person understands every element of this process, to ensure your health and safety policies are fully up-to-date and effective.

  • Satisfy insurance requirements

    A Fire Alarm on your premises must meet all legal compliance requirements to ensure your insurance is valid – and by being able to demonstrate this, you’re likely to see a reduction in your insurance costs.

FIRE ALARM REGULATIONS FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

  • You have a responsibility to meet Fire Alarm regulations within your premises, under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 – and to ensure maximum protection, you should also ensure that installation and maintenance services conform to BS5839. A risk assessment is the crucial first step to identifying an appropriate fire safety solution, which will allow you to ensure that any fire can be quickly detected and personnel and visitors can be effectively and efficiently warned to evacuate the building. Most of our larger business customers require an A, B or C grade fire alarm system to meet legislative requirements – we’ll advise you to ensure you get the right one. There are also two key categories of fire alarm systems to consider when it comes to regulations:

  • Category L – Named as these protect life, these systems range from L1 – L5, with L1 providing maximum protection with detectors fitted in every room, plus circulation areas and even cupboards – while L5 means that detection is only fitted into specific risk areas.

  • Category P – Named as these Fire systems are installed to protect property and can be either P1 – installed everywhere including voids – or P2, used in specific areas to manage a particular risk of Fire. Your insurer may require you to install a category P system, so please check if you’re unsure.

All your questions answered - Just book a free meeting

You’re sure to have lots of questions about how our business Fire Safety solutions can help your business, and to ensure you’re choosing the right supplier – so we’re happy to be put in the firing line during a face-to-face meeting, where you can ask us all your questions so we can address and overcome any concerns. This meeting allows you to access tailored information on the benefits that commercial fire alarm systems can offer and find out how we can seamlessly work with your organisation:

  • Finance

    We offer flexible leasing on every Fire Alarm system, helping you manage your cash flow, increase tax efficiency, fix your costs and ensure you have the best and latest equipment.

  • Operations & Production

    Agree with what access requirements we may have and coordinate them with your production and operations team to ensure there is minimal or no impact on your business. We’ll also liaise and work with your site maintenance department and any other internal and external contractors and partners.

  • IT

    You need to know that any data traffic and software integrated and introduced to your network is safe and secure.  We won’t expose your business to cyber risk, and our team here at TI Security will work in conjunction with your IT specialists.

  • Health & Safety

    We can provide a Program of Works, agree Permits to Work and create tailored Risk Assessments and Method Statements according to your specific site requirements.

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