Fire

Disability Discrimination Act.(Buyer's Guide)

Every Deaf Alerter transmitter is licensed by the Government's RadioCommunications Agency, which means that the frequency used is controlled, regulated and protected from interference. The same licensed frequency is used nationally throughout the UK and Eire with all Deaf Alerter units, which allows Alerters to work in every building where Deaf Alerter has been installed, providing a national fire safety solution. The system is fully monitored and maintained in order to provide an equal standard of fire alarm warning for deaf people.

The patented Deaf Alerter system complies with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) by eliminating less favourable treatment as it meets the relevant requirements of the British Standard for fire alarms (BS5839-1) for public access buildings and places of work, The system has significant safety and technical features, which greatly differentiate it from standard paging systems and flashing lights. …

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