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Why Panic Alarms?
Help is Only a Push of a Button Away
Whatever the emergency – hold-up, break-in or fire – pushing the panic button at your facility will notify our monitoring center that something is wrong and urgent help is needed. We will immediately call the appropriate authorities and direct them to your location.
When used as a hold-up button, which is a critical security element for any government or educational facility, the panic alarm sends a silent alarm notification to All-Guard’s monitoring center. This emergency situation will prompt our operators to immediately dispatch the police to your facility.
Along with the panic button that comes on your First Alert Keypad, actual panic buttons are available to place in key strategic positions throughout your building, including under desks and counters, inside closets and freezer areas, inside storage rooms, or wherever else you might need them.
All-Guard’s panic alarms feature state-of-the-art products from Honeywell and First Alert and are part of your complete security system.
Emergency Blue Code Phones
For outdoor areas such as parking lots and campus common areas, All-Guard can install and monitor easily recognizable emergency blue code phones. Identified by their blue lights which are lit 24/7 and flash in an emergency, blue code phones are an excellent way to make your employees and students feel safe when they are walking alone. If the emergency button on the phone is pressed, All-Guard will immediately dispatch the proper authorities (security guard, campus security, police) to the location of the phone.
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