Emergency Control Systems:-Connected; at a safe distance

How a new system from emergency control system innovator, LYFE, enables the fire-safety industry to think differently about a safe approach via remote, off-site build for quick & easy installation.

It’s safe to say that we’re all having to change the way we think, and that our new normal is slowly taking shape. Thinking differently is something we pride ourselves on. The recent changes to our daily working life has demonstrated how a combined, compliant, connected system can take the pressure off the more restricted ways of working that we find ourselves facing in the current climate.

 Whilst the construction industry pushes ahead as classified key workers, there are numerous different approaches that the wider team need to take to stay safe during planning and development work. EMTECT, the market-leading emergency-control system from LYFE, offers agility and flexibility to adapt to these changes:

Pre-commissioned and built off site – and delivered ready to install. Using a trusted installers network, this enables efficient right-first-time installation and a robust end-to-end process that reduces time spent on site.

Combined – this system combines all emergency control system components together, so there is less cabling, less time required for installation and, best of all, less people need to be present on site. This supports initiatives to keep appropriate distancing and allows those present to work efficiently to get the job done safely.

 Compliant – The only system fully compliant with all relevant standards means that the safety of residents and tenants is top priority

 Connected – Multi-building enabled with smart monitoring, management and alerts means that less interactions are needed to test & maintain. If a fire or smoke was detected, the centralised panel means that there are also less interactions to use. This

  So, with time-effective installation and even safer working practices at the forefront of the industry’s thinking, it helps to know that there are fire-safety systems that can support safe interactions as a standardised part of it’s functionality.