Monthly Archives: November 2014

Sports Venues And Fire Safety

Fire AlarmFire safety should always be a big priority especially if you’re talking about public venues like sports clubs and stadiums.

On the other hand, if a sports venue is already rather old, putting in modern and efficient fire suppression and prevention measures can quickly become a major headache.

Equipping a large venue with a modern fire alarm system will often require major renovation work.  This can easily mean that a club or stadium would need to be closed to the public for weeks if not months, until this type of work is finished.

But putting in modern fire prevention systems in existing buildings can now be done in a fraction of the time without having to open up walls to lay wires and cabling. The key here is to use wireless alarm systems. Those can be installed in very little time, they won’t need any wires and cables and thus major structural work. These types of fire alarms can work in any type of venue regardless of size. The can be placed in smaller sports clubs or giant stadiums alike.

Today’s available wireless fire alarm systems are normally connected to a central console. Should a fire break out in any part of the building an automatic alarm is triggered. Systems that comprise of wireless smoke alarms will often also incorporate conventional manual fire alarm locations. Those will allow people to manually activate the system in case of a fire, very much as with a traditional fire alarm system.

If you face the problem wanting to equip your sports venue with a modern and efficient fire alarm system, think about wireless fire alarms as the better alternative. You will get the same level of protection and safety from fires with minimal costs, hassles and downtime for your sports venue.