Using Help Phones for Emergency Communications
This blog post highlights the advantages to using help phones in any high risk area for emergency communications purposes and the standard of service to expect from your emergency communications provider.
There are plenty of situations where help phones are absolutely necessary. A help phone is normally installed at strategic locations in buildings, both residential and commercial. These phones provide very crucial form of emergency communication that can help people in trouble receive the help that they need. In fact, Kings III alone has installed over 75,000 emergency phones across North America. Such phones are very useful in situations such as a fire within a building, dangerous storms, power outages, earthquakes, floods or when electronics, such as elevators, fail. Kings III installs help phones in buildings in addition to monitoring them and providing regular maintenance.
It is advisable for property owners, employers, business owners and managers to consider installing such phones at all strategic and public locations in which any sort of problem could occur. Here at Kings III, not only can we assess your premises and offer advice on the best location for an emergency phone, but we will also provide solutions including phone installation, regular maintenance schedules and monitoring of the entire system. This is a one-stop solution that is beneficial to clients and takes the often code-required hassle of emergency communications off your hands.
There are certain groups of people who would greatly benefit from installing the emergency communication equipment. They include property managers and owners, consultants, business owners and managers, inspectors and many others. Not only does having these phones provide peace of mind but there is a wider approval from customers, clients, tenants and the general public when they know they are safe with emergency help phones available.
Kings III’s help phones are designed with suitable consideration of vulnerable groups such as people with various disabilities, the elderly and so on. The use of the emergency help phone also helps in mitigating any charges or lawsuits that may arise, ensuring proper protection in case of any such situation.
Help phone don’t have to be expensive: modern emergency communications technology can be hooked up to existing phone lines or fax lines, eliminating completely the need for a dedicated line and allowing the opportunity to cut costs required of an extra phone line while still remaining code compliant. You can read more about line sharing here.
At Kings III, we go above and beyond in order to help building owners and elevator contractors take care of their own business in addition to taking care of their clients and employees, all at an affordable price suitable for enterprises of all sizes. We design, manufacture and produce all help phones and necessary relevant equipment. This equipment is suitable for installation in garages, elevators, swimming pool areas, parking lots, stairways, at ATM lobbies, stadiums and many other locations where speedy communication can help save a situation. More importantly, we provide 24/7/265 emergency communications and monitoring, using highly trained and certified emergency dispatchers at an unprecedented service. To learn more, visit www.kingsiii.com.
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