Emergency Communication / Mass Notification Systems
While the purpose of a fire alarm system is to evacuate the building safely in the event of a fire, a mass notification system (MNS) is designed to keep occupants informed of the type of emergency and direct them on what to do and where to go. However, they share a common goal – to warn people of danger and provide information to stay safe.
For this reason, the NFPA 72 code now recommends the use of a single integrated combination Emergency Communication System (ECS). Our control panels comply with NFPA 72 and are also designed to meet the combined system requirements as outlined in the proposed UL 2572 Standard. Not only will a combined fire alarm and mass notification system offer substantial cost savings advantages, but the new standards allow for better coordination of the systems functions, which is vital in minimizing confusion and panic during emergency conditions.
Fire protection is important to your business. Finding the solutions to your fire protection needs is something we have been doing since 1983. Our customers have found that they can trust the experience, knowledge, honesty, integrity and ethics of SSI’s sales team. We invite you to contact one of the members of this team to discuss how SSI can protect your employee’s life safety and your valuable assets for the continued operation and success of your company. Contact Suppression Systems, Inc. at email@example.com or 1-800-360-0687 for a System Sales and Design Consultant to perform a needs analysis at your facility.