Those who oversee the operations of a long-term skilled nursing home know that the safety of residents, visitors, staff and property is of paramount importance.
However, accomplishing true security within a large care-giving environment is not as easy as it may sound. That’s why we at T&R Alarm Systems offer such products as intrusion alarms, closed-circuit television (CCTV), intercoms, door access systems and fire alarm-triggered elevator recall systems.
The unfortunate reality is that without high-quality security systems in place, both individuals and the facility itself are vulnerable to a number of unwanted occurrences. Theft of residents’ valuables and cash is one common problem. For those seeking prescription drugs and syringes, the on-site pharmacy or drug cabinet can also be a target. There is also the possibility that patients with dementia or other disturbances will exit the premises in an unsafe, unsupervised manner. The good news is, with proper door-access control, burglar alarms, integrated intercoms and CCTV surveillance systems designed and installed by our experts, theft of personal valuables and medical supplies can be prevented and patients can remain safe.
To minimize the potential danger of fire, T&R fire-alarm specialists can equip your building with an elevator recall system that will immediately send an elevator car to any floor where a smoke detector was triggered. This system also includes linear heat detection within the elevator shaft, as well as several other triggering devices.
A nursing care facility security system tailored to your specific needs will ease your safety concerns and allow you to focus on your job: delivering quality long-term care. In fact, our specialists have been trained and certified by the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) to install alarm systems specifically for the healthcare environment. So get in touch with T&R Alarm Systems today at 1-800-486-5019 for an evaluation—and we will put our 40 years of experience to work in keeping your patients, staff, visitors and premises safe from harm.