An Emergency Assist Alarm is defined in Building Regulations Approved Document M, and must be provided at all disabled toilets within non domestic premises, if the toilet is in a non permanently occupied space, remote indication must be provided at a central control or monitoring point.
An Emergency Assist Alarm can only be reset by attending the location of the call, so the reset point is within the cubical, also allowing accidental calls to be cancelled by the toilet occupier.
The Emergency Assist Alarm System can be powered from the local exchange or compact unit, and is fully monitored over and above the specification described in C4A-4.
CALL FOR ASSISTANCE SYSTEM (C4A-4)
Appealing design and simple to use
Two wired system
Integral power supply
On-board NO/NC Relay (triggered on activation of Pull Cord)
Integral Reset button
Power on indicator for mains supply
Optional networking available of multiple control units
High visibility LED indicators
High output audible sounder
Reset unit with reassurance LED & sounder
Flush mounted ‘Pull for assistance’ cord with reassurance LED
This simple yet effective alarm system is an absolute necessity for all disabled toilet facilities. Consideration should also be given to installing this kit into toilets and bathrooms that may be used by the elderly, the young, or people who may have conditions where urgent assistance may be required. Low voltage interconnections between the components of the kit make installation simple and safe.
This kit is ideal for installation in toilets or bathrooms in: