Contract-Free, Wireless Panic Alarm Expertise
As one of the UK’s leading, fixed location workplace alarm specialists we design, manufacture and supply wireless panic alarm systems for public-facing and lone working staff in warehouses, offices, hospitals, leisure centres and gyms across the UK.
Our discrete, stylish panic alarm equipment will help to ensure your employees are able to raise an alarm quickly and help ensure you meet your Health and Safety obligations. An MDH Wireless panic alarm system includes:
- Wearable SOS fob/pendant with vibrate function
- Panic button (SOS), man down and reminder features
- Easy-to-use with text message ID
- Lone worker tilt feature
- Multiple contact methods available (telephone, pager or SMS)
- Robust, discrete pocket pager will sound and vibrate
Why use a MDH Panic Alarm System?
Our easy-to-use panic alarms provide a cost-effective means of raising an alarm within your fixed location workplace and manage your employee’s safety. It’s contract-free with no monthly subscriptions.
The emergency alarm systems comprise of one or more transmitters, which are either carried or worn by the staff, or wall or desk mounted which when the panic button is activated, sends an alarm signal back to a central receiver. Check out our alarm system FAQs or the technical details for more information.
Manufactured in the UK at our headquarters in Brackley, Northamptonshire, our emergency workplace panic alarms can be tailored to meet your organisation’s requirements. We pride ourselves on the quality and reliability of our alarms and having the credentials and stability to support your system now and in the future.
How does the Panic Alarm System Work?
The panic alarm system works wirelessly in workplaces so staff members can raise an alarm. This can be done in a number of ways including via a wall or desk mounted panic button or an alarm transmitter they can wear or carry or clip onto their belt. If the member of staff presses the panic button on any of these devices, a radio signal is transmitted.
This radio signal is picked up by the Central Receiver which features a number of indicators, a sounder and a reset button. Upon receiving an alarm signal, the corresponding indicator illuminates, and the sounder starts. The alarm is cancelled when the reset button on the receiver panel is pressed. We would usually recommend the central receiver is located in reception.
For lone working staff, the system also has an automatic tilt switch (man-down) function so if the device is tipped vertically over 60 degrees from standing for more than 15 seconds it will transmit out an alarm. There is also a reminder function and a 30/60 minute timer function, which prompts user intervention to prevent an automatic alarm from being activated.
Get in Touch for a Free Survey…
Ask about our free, no-obligation site survey to demonstrate the panic alarm equipment and test the range of the wireless system to see which alarm components will be most effective for your needs. So, you can rest assured that your public-facing employees, lone workers, and clients are kept safe.
So, for panic alarms, wearable SOS response alarms, wireless emergency panic buttons, and emergency transmitter devices, call the experts on 01280 845530, email email@example.com or fill in the form below.