Prepare Your Business For Emergencies
Preparing for emergencies of all types and taking preventive measures reduces the impacts of a wide array of unplanned incidents.
Ensure your facility is equipped with the resources and capabilities that provide first responders with the access, critical information, safety, and security needed when seconds matter.
The Knox Rapid Access System is an important and cost-effective addition to every business’s proactive preparedness effort.
Invaluable Emergency & Safety Resources
for First Responders and Facility/Security Personnel
Designed for placement next to elevator banks for quick access by firefighters; it stores the elevator’s override and drop keys, plus additional interior keys:
Increase safety with a remotely operated shunt trip breaker that removes/isolates power from a building or equipment:
Provide vital emergency response items such as floor plans, SDS, HAZMAT info., and keys for internal access, in a prominent and easy to find location for the first responder
Facilitates compliance for SDS storage Access to emergency and evacuation plans Stores keys/key cards, and emergency contact info
Provide first responders with expedited and secure ingress with Knox key vaults, padlocks, and gate & key switches:
Minimizes property damages and costly repair costs
Reduces critical delays
Secure riser room access
Decreases potential forced entry injuries
Protect Fire Department Connections (FDCs) with Locking FDC Caps. The caps ensure fire departments have quick and unrestricted access to the supplemental water needed for fire sprinkler systems during a fire:
Locked caps keep debris from entering the connection
Decreases theft of brass connections
Increases safety by reducing opportunities for criminal activities
Rapid access resources reduce the need for forced entries and provide multiple benefits:
Response times are improved
Replacement and repair costs are significantly reduced
The need to resecure a property is eliminated
Costly repairs and interrupted business operations are avoided