Did you know that your fire monitoring system can be connected to your timeware® workforce management software to produce an accurate roll-call report in the event of an emergency?
An increasing number of businesses have introduced this simple feature to ensure the health and safety of their employees.
The way this feature works is very simple: the roll-call facility within timeware® gathers information from different sources - from attendance and access devices, from assembly points and from the ESS GO. This information is processed continuously to ensure that the roll-call is kept permanently up-to date.
In the event of the company fire alarm being activated, timeware® fire alarm monitor will instruct the software to automatically send a roll-call report to either a network printer or to a number of pre-set email addresses.
The fire alarm roll-call service will continue to monitor alarm signals and will never require resetting.
Designed to complement the fire alarm monitor, assembly point devices can provide an effective method of recording who has safely vacated the building in the event of a fire.
By positioning Suprema BioEntry W2s in external safe-zones, staff simply present their ID badge or finger to prove that they have reached the safe area.
The attendance display panel (ADP), will instantly list the staff in the safe zones with a real-time update providing an accurate view of staff remaining outside these area.
Alternatively, assembly point devices can be used to prove that an individual has reached a particular area, for example: someone has arrived for work, is in the building for roll call purposes, but has not yet 'booked' for attendance.
The Suprema BioEntry W2 supports up to 25,000 employees, providing the capacity for even the largest companies.