British Standard disabled refuge alarm systems

Our disabled refuge systems include emergency voice communication, which is now a requirement for many of commercial and public buildings. And, of course, all our disabled refuge systems meet British Standard BS 5839-9.

Commercial and public buildings have a duty to ensure the safe evacuation of people during an emergency.

Fires or other emergency evacuations could leave some people trapped – especially if the lifts have to be shut down, and it’s not possible for them to leave the building as they normally would.

The disabled refuge allows for an emergency voice communication system, linked in to the emergency services, which provides them with constant contact to the disabled refuge and the people needing assistance inside.

Disabled refuge systems installation

Since the introduction of the Disability Discrimination Act, many commercial and public buildings have made the required alterations to make sure that access to their buildings and services is available to all.

Our local engineers can talk you through the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act and help you provide better safety in your building with a disabled refuge system.

Speak to a local engineer about disabled refuge systems

We’ve installed disabled refuge alarm systems in all kinds of commercial and public buildings.

Our engineers have worked in council buildings, banks, football stadiums, retailers and countless other premises – they know the requirements for all kinds of safety and security standards for commercial and public buildings, and we’ve worked for almost 30 years to provide the best systems available.

Get in touch using the quick form on the right, and we’ll arrange for our local engineer to call you back. Or, to discuss disabled refuge alarm systems now, call us on 0845 468 0927.




Disabled refuge Panel 


Refuge Outstation


telephone Outstation


Roaming Fire telephone handset


Single Gang Jack Plate


xeon strobe



Flush Stainless Steel Enclosure