CrossTalk Fire Reporting

Fire reporting

Reports and alarms can be sent to anywhere you require with instructions on how to react.

As fire alarm systems become more advanced, organisations across the UK have come to rely on these systems to provide early warning in the event of a fire, aiding in safe evacuation and alerting the emergency services.

“Too many businesses do not communicate the importance of responding to fire alarms but it is vital that everyone takes appropriate action as soon as an alert is sounded. Seconds do actually matter and any delay can result in injury, property damage and even loss of life”

CrossTalk3.1 helps the likes of Universities, hospitals and other multiple building campus’s by showing every alarm in each building on one system.

By showing each alarm, more complex buildings, where evacucation is based on staged or phased evacuation, or if only one of the buildings need to be evacuated, CrossTalk3.1 reports alarms directly to a chosen location.

When the alarm is reported, a clear message with instructions is sent to a chosen location, for example:

Fire alarm 323 is set off.

message to reception – “Building 3, floor 2, room 3 FIRE alarm sounded. Phone fire brigade, clear building 3”

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How does our fire reporting work?

When a fire alarm has been set off and a potential fire has broken out, it can spread rapidly causing damage to your business, or worse, someone could get seriously hurt or killed.. So CrossTalk3.1 does everything possible to make sure when an alarm is raised, it’s dealt with quickly, securely and safely.

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The alarm will trigger in the usual manner in your building.

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The alarm will send a signal via 3G or ethernet to your CrossTalk dashboard.

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The alarm is received, recorded and displays action message.

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Action message is carried out, whether it be ring the fire brigade or evacuate.

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The fire becomes dealt with, with clear instructions given to everyone involved.

What's the difference between CrossTalk3.1 and regular fire alarm systems?

You probably already have a fire alarm system installed, which is why you’re here. So what is the difference between your regular fire alarm system compared to the superior CrossTalk3.1 Fire Monitoring System? Well we have this table to explain:

CrossTalk

Regular

Easy to install and maintain?

Does the alarm sound in the event of a fire?

Does each building report to one dashboard?

Can you view different buildings from one dashboard?

Do all the different fire panels report to one dashboard?

Do the alarm reports go to a remote app?

Can the emergency services be alerted?

Key facts we think you should know...

When a fire alarm has been set off and a potential fire has broken out, it can spread rapidly causing damage to your business, or worse, someone could get seriously hurt or killed.. So CrossTalk3.1 does everything possible to make sure when an alarm is raised, it’s dealt with quickly, securely and safely.

Fact One.

Over 60% of fires occur when buildings are unoccupied.

Monitored fire alarms preserve business continuity, data and assets.

Fact Two.

35% of all incidents attended by the London Fire Brigade in 2018 were between the hours of 6pm and 9am.

If your business or building operates primarily in the day, you will have someone to raise the alarm. At night, CrossTalk3.1 can raise the alarm for you.

Fact Three.

The government reports that half of businesses experience a disaster fail within the next 12 months.

CrossTalk3.1 could be the difference between fire damage, allowing continued business or complete destruction of your business.

Fact Four.

Fire is one of the biggest threat to most organisations.

Business’s are faced with a lot of challenges, but fire is a devastating one.