QUALIFIED TO SUPPLY & SERVICE FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
Allbrite is qualified by the NSAI to design, supply and maintain fire alarm systems. A fire alarm system can prevent fires and will save lives as it detects, alerts and sometimes even takes part in putting the fires out. Fire alarm systems should be updated to the latest standards as this will ensure that they will respond as fast as possible and are working properly.
Health and Safety legislation requires that all buildings in the commercial sector have a professionally installed fire alarm system that complies with the relevant standards. All smoke detector, heat detectors and sounders must be tested at least once a year and the fire alarm panel must be tested at least quarterly.
But please be aware that it is your responsibility to test your systems on a weekly basis! See our User responsibilities section below. Contact Allbrite to learn how we can assist you in looking after the safety of your premises.
A properly functioning fire alarm system is essential and provides safety benefits and protects the occupants of buildings. This is of life saving importance in the event of an emergency.
EXPERT ADVICE, AT YOUR SERVICE
Allbrite is able to give you expert advice regarding the appropriate system for your building. We design and install complete fire detection systems which include: smoke and heart detection, smoke beams, flame detectors as well as audio and visual warning, air sampling and wireless fire alarm systems.
With many years of experience Allbrite maintains fire alarm systems in a number of commercial premises – retail as well as hotels, schools, nursing homes and hospitals in the region. We have the expertise and track record to provide you with the best possible solution that fits your budget and requirements as well as regulations.
In 2009 the fire alarm standards were updated from a Code of Practice to a mandatory standard.
As part of the new standards (IS 3218 2009), User Responsibilities relating to the fire alarm system have been introduced, this applies to all buildings housing a fire alarm system. (Occupied or Unoccupied). The person responsible for the fire alarm system, be it a tenant or landlord, is responsible for implementing the User Responsibilities.
Allbrite likes to ensure that all customers/clients are aware of this and in order to assist you we provide you with a summary of the most important testing information.