Continuing to support Mental Health Providers in their delivery of excellent care levels, P4 are delighted to be participating in DiMH 2015.
As your leading UK authority in self-testing emergency lighting, P4’s continuity of product and innovative solution ranges, help ensure sustainable compliance with British and European emergency lighting regulations, with opportunity for improvements in planned, preventative maintenance and repair.
Healing, for those with mental health problems, requires a safe and stress free environment; free from unnecessary disruption or intervention from strangers, working around patients, to manage their environments. All P4 systems conduct automatic testing of the emergency lighting, remote, automatic test and fault reporting, automatic email alert should any fault occur and eliminates the need for manual testing, enabling the estates/maintenance departments to be reallocated to alternative tasks.
P4 continue to provide a six year battery warranty, significant through-life cost savings, energy efficient technology, full compliance with British and European standards, ease of operation and comprehensive technical support.
P4 will be showcasing its FASTEL (Fully Automatic Self Testing Emergency Lighting) technology family of addressable systems & products, as well as its range of stylish high performance LED fittings and exit sign luminaires. These include the M-Web+, FASTEL Wireless and the new SRM system.
The FASTEL SRM system delivers remote alarm monitoring management capability to a designated central location (which is offered as a service option by P4). Fully maintained leased packages with fixed payments spread over an agreed period are available, to help ensure continuous compliance without capital investment, as an alternative to outright purchase. P4 can convert existing light fittings to emergency operation, suitable to interface to the FASTEL SRM system.
Give P4 a call to discuss options to meet your specific needs on 01328 850555 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
For further exhibition and conference details or to register as a delegate please visit the Design in Mental Health website www.designinmentalhealth.com