Additional Services
Life Safety Specialists

What are Safety Services?

At EBFP, we specialise in a wide range of safety services, from Building and Fire Safety to Security Systems. These systems are designed and installed to help protect your staff and other individuals.

Warden Call In Care Home

Warden Call

Warden Call Systems are essential communication systems used in residential care homes, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities to ensure the safety and wellbeing of patients and residents. These systems allow staff to communicate with each other and to respond quickly to any emergency situations that may arise. Warden Call Systems typically comprise of a central control panel and individual call points installed in each room or area of the facility. When a call point is activated, the central panel alerts staff to the location of the call, allowing them to respond promptly to the patient’s needs.

Warden Call Systems can be tailored to the specific needs of the facility, with a range of features and options available. These include the ability to distinguish between different types of calls, such as emergency calls or standard requests for assistance, and the ability to integrate with other healthcare systems, such as nurse call systems or patient monitoring systems. Some Warden Call Systems also offer additional features such as voice communication, allowing staff and patients to communicate directly with each other.

Integration is possible with main door entry of the premises allowing direct communication to open the door via the warden call system, it can even be integrated to the housing services own portal/app.

Door Hold Open – A Solution to Fire Protection Door Inconvenience

Fire protection doors are essential to prevent the spread of deadly smoke gases. However, closing these doors can be inconvenient for people who need to pass through them frequently.

A hold-open systems are an effective solution. These systems ensure that the doors remain open while guaranteeing safe closure in case of a fire. It is important to note that hold-open systems are complex installations, requiring regular maintenance.

Fire Protection Doors – A Must Have

Fires can happen suddenly, often without warning. The most effective measure to prevent the spread of smoke is sealing. In buildings, fire-resistant walls are essential to prevent the spread of fire and smoke. However, fire protection doors must be closed in case of fire to be effective. This is where door closers come in – they automatically shut the doors. Keeping the doors open for longer periods or permanently is often desirable in normal situations, but propping open the door causes the door closer to not be able to close the door in the event of a fire.

Door Hold Open System
Disabled Refuge System On Wall

Disabled Refuge

A disabled refuge system consists of multiple points of refuge and a central control panel. Refuge points provide temporary safety to individuals in a building during a fire emergency. Every point has a button that, when pressed, alerts firefighters of the user’s location within the building. Each refuge point contains a built-in speaker and microphone to facilitate communication with the fire department through the control panel. This hands-free communication system enables the user to receive real-time updates on the situation and be reassured that help is on the way.

Disabled refuge systems are essential for individuals with physical disabilities, wheelchair users, and pregnant women, as well as anyone who requires assistance to evacuate a building and reach safety.

There should be a refuge point on each floor in the event the fire exit can’t be accessed by the disabled person.

When is a Disabled Refuge System Necessary?

The Disability Discrimination Act (1995) and the Equality Act (2010) dictate that businesses must not discriminate against individuals and make their premises accessible to everyone. As a result, business owners are solely responsible for ensuring that their buildings meet the required criteria, including the installation of disabled refuge systems.

Nurse Call Systems

Nurse call systems are essential tools in hospitals, care homes, hospices, clinics and assisted living buildings and healthcare facilities. They enable patients to summon medical assistance quickly via a remote unit or pull cord, ensuring that they receive timely and appropriate care. The nurse call system can also be integrated with Disabled Toilet Alarms systems.

Nurse call systems have evolved significantly over the years from the traditional wired kits to modern systems incorporating features such as wireless communication, patient tracking, and integration with other healthcare systems. These advanced systems enable healthcare providers to provide even better care to patients by streamlining communication and improving response times using data gathered from the system.

Additionally, nurse call systems can be customized to meet the unique needs of different healthcare facilities, ensuring that patients receive the best possible care in a safe and responsive environment. Overall, nurse call systems are critical components of modern healthcare facilities, providing patients with the assurance that they can receive prompt and professional medical assistance whenever they need it.

Nurse Call System Button Being Pushed
PAVA - Public Address & Voice Alarm Systems


Public Address & Voice Alarm systems provide clear messaging to occupants of commercial buildings.

PAVA stands for Public Address and Voice Alarm system, which is used to alert and evacuate people in case of an emergency. It is an integrated solution that combines live and pre-recorded announcements with alarm tones to provide clear and effective communication during an emergency. PAVA systems are commonly used in public buildings such as schools, hospitals, shopping centres, and airports to ensure the safety of the occupants in case of an emergency. These systems are designed to meet the requirements of various building types and sizes, and can be customised to meet the specific needs of the building occupants.

PAVA systems are essential for any building’s safety management, as they provide a reliable and effective means of communication in case of an emergency. These systems can be integrated with the fire alarm system to provide automatic alerts and evacuation instructions in case of a fire. With clear and concise announcements, PAVA systems can reduce the risk of panic and confusion, and provide occupants with the information they need to evacuate the building safely and quickly.

Often used for day-to-day activities such as playing background music, calling of employees, general announcements and advertising over the dedicatedspeakers, these systems are also installed to enable safe evacuation of the premises for occupants in the event of emergency such as a fire evacuation. The system can also be programmed to operate in dedicated zones to enable evacuation in more vulnerable areas first. All installation works for PAVA systems are carried out under BS 5839-8:2013.

Disabled Toilet Alarms

As with most technology today the Disabled Toilet alarms can be installed as hard wired or wireless depending on the needs of our client, both often also known as Accessible WC Alarms, are a key part of equipment in order to allow a distressed person to raise an alarm in the event of an emergency.

The same type of alarm system is also widely used in accessible bedrooms, changing rooms, offices and treatment rooms – anywhere a disabled person could be alone and need assistance.

By instaling alarms for disable people also enable building managers and service providers to conform to the requirements of BS8300 and also the Equality/Disability Discrimination Act.

The kit is usually made up of a controller, pull cord, light/sounder and transmitter/receiver – simple to install but can literally be a lifesaver.

Disabled Toilet Alarm Next To Loo

Ground Works

EBFP are able to cover any ground works that may be required during your installation works.

When burying cabling using groundworks, there are a few essential steps to follow to ensure a successful installation. The first step is to plan out the route you want the cable to take. This will involve measuring the distance between the starting point and the end point and selecting a path that avoids any potential obstacles or hazards. Once we have agreed a planned out route with our client, we will need to dig a trench along the path of the cabling. The trench should be deep enough to bury the cables and protect from any disturbances, such as foot traffic, rodents or inclement weather. After digging the trench, it will need to be levelled and compacted to ensure that the cable does not shift or move over time.

Making sure that the cable is laid flat and is not twisted or bent. If necessary, we may need to use conduit to protect the cable from any sharp or rough edges in the trench. Once the cable is laid and connected, we will need to backfill the trench with soil across grassed areas and either concrete or tarmac across pathways.

How it works

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1. Contact EBFP

Call 01233 556 788 ‘or’
email [email protected] to discuss your requirements and book a survey visit.
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2. EBFP Arrives

One of our trained team attend to complete agreed works.
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3. Job Completion

With Certification provided, site left clean, safe and secure.

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