Emergency Communications Systems: Why You Should Make the Switch

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Identify Accidents, Active Shooters & Severe Weather ... Not Just Fire

Fire alarms are simple and limited. They identify fire and communicate through horns and strobe lights. If you think that sounds antiquated in today’s modern technological world, you are correct.

As electronics, technology, and connectivity evolved, fire alarm systems transformed into emergency communication systems (ECS). They are designed to alert and evacuate occupants of a facility in emergencies. ECS systems alert your employees of violence, accidents, and severe weather and deliver real-time mass notifications through text, phone calls, email, loudspeakers, and scrolling message boards.

Yet many businesses trust old, antiquated systems to protect their people and millions of dollars’ worth of equipment and products. It leads to higher risk exposures, larger insurance premiums, and leaves facilities vulnerable to catastrophe.

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This white paper explains:

  • Why relying on fire alarms alone is risky and dangerous
  • Specific risks identified by an ECS system
  • 7 steps to finding the best ECS system for your unique risks

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