You can’t afford to leave the protection of your property to chance.

To overcome this uncertainty, we recommend remote monitoring of your fire & security system.

This will guarantee a response should an alarm activation take place at any time.

We can connect your alarm to our receiving centre via the EMCS (East Midlands Central Station) or other signalling network.

EMCS ensures a secure signalling path for the alarm activation.

Even if the communications line is attacked or develops a fault, an alarm will be generated at the receiving centre to alert you of an alarm or communications line failure.

You can connect both fire and security alarm systems to the receiving centre.

This will ensure protection from theft and fire.

Logic Fire and Security provide state of the art monitoring, to give our customers peace of mind that their fire alarm will be responded to 24/7 three hundred and sixty-five days a year.

You can’t afford to leave the protection of your property to chance.

To overcome this uncertainty, we recommend remote monitoring of your fire & security system.

This will guarantee a response should an alarm activation take place at any time.

We can connect your alarm to our receiving centre via the EMCS (East Midlands Central Station) or other signalling network.

EMCS ensures a secure signalling path for the alarm activation.

Even if the communications line is attacked or develops a fault, an alarm will be generated at the receiving centre to alert you of an alarm or communications line failure.

You can connect both fire and security alarm systems to the receiving centre.

This will ensure protection from theft and fire.

Logic Fire and Security provide state of the art monitoring, to give our customers peace of mind that their fire alarm will be responded to 24/7 three hundred and sixty-five days a year.

How Monitoring Works

 

The alarm device on site sends a signal to the monitoring station.

If an Alarm activation occurs, the monitoring station will call the key holders to ensure that they know the system has been activated, in order for a decision to be made whether to send out the relevant emergency services, or clear the issue if it is a false activation.

 

 

The monitoring system’s primary connection is through a telephone line; however, if this landline connection is lost, a back-up mobile phone signal using the latest satellite technology is used to send an alert to the call centre.

Questions to Ask Yourself

  • Who responds to your alarm system in the event of an incident?

 

  • If you and your company have invested in a security or fire system, when an alarm is activated, who will respond, and how quickly?

 

  • How many times have you heard an activated alarm and done nothing about it?

 

  • How many times does a fire occur overnight or out of hours? The fact is most commercial buildings are unoccupied more than occupied.

 

  • If a fire should occur at your premises during business hours who would contact the emergency services? Will someone panic & forget or think someone else has done it?

 

  • Are you and your colleague’s safe from customers or visitors who may become abusive or violent?

 

  • Remote monitoring is a highly effective, preventative measure that goes a long way to ensuring that you won’t have to make a costly claim which may interrupt your life and disrupt your business.
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