WARDEN CARE / CONNECTED WELLBEING SERVICES
Housing associations and private enterprises now oversee the welfare of many in our society. Ensure your organisation provides optimum protection for:
- Pendant alarms/warden telecoms
- Home safety equipment (sensors/alarms)
- Sheltered-housing CCTV
- Door access control systems
- BMS and fire alarm panels
- Communal area equipment (lifts, laundry etc.)
- Security for vulnerable residents
The housing and welfare provision industry is becoming even more regulated, with much more scrutiny on the sector since the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017. Regular testing of equipment, alarms and facilities in the domestic environment is an integral part of the industry.
Providing welfare and security services for the most vulnerable people in society should include the best protection for when the power cuts out. Whilst in the business community, human behaviour will be pragmatic and purposeful, for people in a domestic environment a power outage could be unnerving and quite frightening, especially if alone, elderly or physically or mentally impaired.
By supporting the means to communicate and reassure residents, housing providers can fulfil the role expected of them to tenants and others entrusted in their care. An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) can support systems already in place or be considered for when equipment is upgraded.