Access scanner wired into works fire alarm system to open doors for quick evacuation of personnel
Inquests have been adjourned on an explosion at the Pembroke Chevron oil refinery in which four people were killed. The inquests were opened and adjourned at Milford Haven Town Hall by the Pembrokeshire coroner. Investigations are ongoing into the cause of the fire and explosion on June 2, which Chevron said occurred while a storage tank was being taken out of service for maintenance. The full hearing will not be held until an official inquiry has ended.
Improve fire and safety measures at your workplace with Access Control Wales hardware. The T3510 Access Control scanner has a volt-free input that can be wired directly into your fire alarm system. When the alarm is activated, all doors immediately open for a quick and safe evacuation of personnel. Simultaneously, a Fire Roll Call report is printed on a remote, secure serial printer. The modem facility within the T3510 provides a simple system at a remote geographical location where there is only power and a phone line.