What good is a fire alarm if you can not hear or identify it? 

Our various text relay service systems send a fire alarm 
message that can alert the 11 million people in the UK who are 
deaf or hard of hearing within seconds of an alarm activation. 
As a fire alert message service they are the perfect systems for informing, within seconds, staff, visitors,fire safety advisers and fire Marshall's, that an incident has taken place therefore enabling them to react and respond instantly, even when off site. 
Don't let a fire be a deaf trap. 
With 17 years experience in assisting and providing solutions we are able to offer the most cost effective products available without compromising performance 
and WITHOUT pagers. 
Our solutions allow Deaf or Hard of Hearing people to use what they always have with them, a mobile phone. 
All Mobile Phones have a Vibrate Facility. 
As a major & exclusive distributor we can provide many testimonial sites plus offer THE VERY best prices & products,in addition to our first class customer service. 
Amongst our many installed sites are many well known Academic and Corporate buildings. 
The Text Relay Service has a proven service availability. 
It helps comply with the Equality Act 2010, which includes the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA). 
The Act states that providers must undertake reasonable adjustments including:- 
"Provisions for deaf and hard of hearing people." 
To meet this legislation, the system has been developed to send an emergency text alert to the users mobile phone once registered to that location. ie: Public access buildings, which include schools, colleges, universities, halls of residence, shopping centres, hotels, libraries, Museums, Sports & Leisure centres and the workplace. 
People have concerns that they could remain unaware of an emergency situation in a public place, as 1 in 6 are classified as deaf or hard of hearing and with currently over 76 million mobile phone subscribers in the UK, this is a lifeline to them. 
Text is a global success story, so its not surprising that this innovative application has been built on top of Text Relay Service Technology. 
DMS Deaf Message Service (Version 1) is no longer in production or supplied by Alarmscom. See next page for the popular HFAS version 
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"Deaf people absolutely use mobile phones as a communication tool, probably even more so than other people"..."and I feel safe knowing that a System will alert me to a fire alarm instantly" 
Sarah Lawrence,(Deaf since age 3) for nearly 10 years was the on-screen interpreter/signer 
for ITV Wales. 
"A straight forward efficient installation of a cost effective system by a company with a personal touch, which ensures we can support our students with hearing disabilities in an emergency." 
Brian Wade, HS Adviser, 
London College of Fashion. 
"The unit helps Vicarage Field Shopping Centre support our "Duty of Care" to the deaf & hard of hearing visitors and as the fire text message is activated within seconds of alarm activation this also strengthens our access & Emergency Policies.. as an added bonus the controller also sends a message to our staff announcing that the fire alarm is sounding even when they are off the premises .... 
Andre Philipsen, Asst Centre Manager,Vicarage Field Shopping Centre. 
FSB Member 
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