C-Tec’s Quantec call system safeguarding new healthcare facility
C-Tec’s newly improved Quantec addressable call system has been installed at a £10m health facility in Royton, Oldham.Housing a host of specialist clinics including GP and dental practices, Royton Health and Wellbeing Centre provides healthcare services to the 21,000 population of the old Lancashire mill town, which lies at the foothills of the Pennines.
Quantec operates as a staff attack system at the new hi-tech facility. Each consultation room is equipped with a callpoint, which can be used to trigger emergency calls. Should a member of staff require urgent assistance, they simply push a button and an alarm will sound at the master panel in reception, and also at the remote displays throughout the building, to alert other staff in the three storey building that there is an emergency situation.
Quantec also provides emergency alarm facilities for the Centre’s disabled persons’ toilets. Calls triggered in the washrooms will indicate at the master panel to alert staff that a person is in distress.