Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)

Safe evacuation following power failure

If you have responsibility for people coming and going from public buildings you need to consider how you’re going to handle evacuation in the event of power failure.

Your duty of care

If you have injured, incapacitated or disabled people in your building you need to have a plan in place to evacuate in any circumstance. This applies to any public building, including –

  • Schools and colleges
  • Libraries
  • Hospitals
  • Courts

If you need to evacuate a building, have you thought about how you’d do it? Give us a call or get in touch and we’ll explain the risks of not having a safe process in place.

Battery backup makes evacuation easier

Whether it’s an emergency or power failure, switching on backup power stored in batteries offers an evacuation solution that reduces risk to people in your building.

Critical power need is assessed so you get –

  • The right size of battery – making sure the UPS is sized correctly
  • Appropriate installation – situated and connected to the right equipment
  • Full integration with your lift system – seamless and reliable performance
  • Up to 30mins of operation at full load condition

Be ready for evacuation

If you’re unsure whether you need UPS backup it’s best to seek expert advice. Call today and we’ll put your mind at rest with sound advice and suggestions.

A UPS backup plan is part of a sensible emergency procedure that keeps people safe. Get in touch to see how we can help you anticipate and reduce risk.