R&S Security Specialists are award-winning installers of state-of-the-art Fire Alarm Systems. With over 30 years of experience, we offer a full assessment, installation, maintenance and repair services for all domestic and commercial applications, either a standalone (bells only) or remotely monitored system.
Our Fire Alarms come with automated signalling, informing the appropriate person when a fire or smoke has been detected
Installed to industry standard.
We make sure our fire alarm systems are installed to comply with the BS5839-1:2013 industry standard.
We provide a free survey of your home or business premises and design a bespoke system at a price to suit your budget.
Fire and Rescue Services in the UK attended over 200,000 fires in 2013-14 which caused one-fifth of all deaths in Great Britain; this figure could have been significantly reduced by the installation of fire safety equipment and good planning in case of fire.
Fire alarm systems are essential to aid in swift evacuation and immediately alert the Fire Brigade in the event of a fire. It's a fact that Fire Alarms save lives and reduce property damage. If your home or commercial premises are covered by a Fire Safety Plan, a Fire Alarm System and Fire Fighting Equipment, you can rest assured that your family or employees will know what to do if the worst happens and be prepared to react swiftly to protect themselves and your property.
What is Remotely Monitored Fire Alarm?
A remotely monitored Fire Alarm is a system that signals to the appropriate key holder, Fire constabulary or Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) that Fire or Smoke has been detected at your premises and the Alarm Receiving Centre respond immediately by deploying the Fire Brigade or contacting the listed keyholders.
What Is the Regulatory Reform Order 2005?
All premises or parts of premises used for non domestic purposes, which is used in connection with the carrying of a trade, business or other undertaking, for profit or not, with a few exceptions, will be subject to the Order. It designates a person usually, the employer or the owner and he is called the Responsible Persons. The Responsible Person, is required to carry out certain fire safety duties which include ensuring the general fire precautions are satisfactory and conducting a fire risk assessment.