Communication & Security Solutions Inc. provides many companies with
proven Valcom solutions. We have included a few of these companies Alcan
Packaging, A&P, Food Basic’s, Dominion, City Hall of Barrie & City of
Toronto (Water Filtration). Chris Francis (Partner) believes every
business needs a system that instantly notifies personnel of an
emergency situation. People need to clearly hear and understand
directions that will guide them to safety. Bells, whistles and sirens
may not be enough!
Alert & Evacuation Tones
Integrated emergency tones over your paging system are the most
effective way to provide instantaneous advisement of fires, tornadoes,
chemical leaks, etc. Assign distinctive tones to specific situations or
levels of danger, to provide an efficient and cost effective way to
protect your most valuable assets – your skilled work force.
Digital Voice Announcers
Emergency pre-recorded announcements can easily be activated through any
phone system as well as a Health and Safety representatives location
using a button.
All Call Emergency Paging
Simultaneously broadcast live announcements through all speakers in the
Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP)
Extend paging signal or telephone and intercom conversations over LAN or
WAN to connect remote buildings and complexes.
Continue to page during a power failure. This important/cost effective
option allows you to communicate with employees even while power is out.
Employee Alarm Systems
All call paging and priority system paging access for emergency message
distribution provides the needed functionality to alert employees during
workplace or natural disasters.
Multiple Building Paging (Over
Existing Premise Wiring)
Network Multiple buildings together to create one system for facility
wide voice notification. Valcom paging systems can be networked using
spare phone wiring already installed or may be linked through any
customer LAN or WAN data network to provide connectivity without having
to trench or install new cabling
Meets the needs of the hearing impaired for public communications as
required by the ADA.