Safety and security is an integral part of running a leisure facility. Our systems are designed to ensure staff and customers are safe and well protected.
To give you a brief overview of what can be achieved in todays leisure centres check out the information below or browse our website and products for a more in depth view of what we can provide.
The Wireless Emergency Alarm is used where a prominent emergency push button is required e.g. Swimming Pools, Tennis Courts, Squash Courts etc. Being waterproof this Call Point can be installed outside or in a Sauna or Steam Room.
Alarm messages can be displayed on displays or pagers indicating the exact location where response is required.
Paging systems have consistently proved to be the quickest way to relay messages to staff. More importantly they achieve this without obtrusive call system sounders distracting both the pupils and staff alike.
From standard paging to location track paging, we can integrate these to any system.
Having a good asset tracking system improves efficiency and can lower operating costs. We can provide solutions to not only just track keys, but any physical asset. The solutions provide a full audit of the asset from identification, location, movement and ownership. These result in less damage, reduced downtime and fewer losses.
Keep your building and staff secure by having a quality electronic Access Control or Door Entry product fitted.
We have a range of solutions that are suitable for single doors through to multiple doors across a large site including timed access, restricted zones, barrier control, roll call, time and attendance, lock down and many other features.
Integration with other systems such as fire alarm building management and CCTV enables added functionality and a more secure environment.
Making the right choice in a crowded CCTV market can be tough. KAM supply a complete range of cameras to suit all situations. Our specialist engineers will assess the best possible solution.
From analogue camera upgrades to full HD video recording and night vision. Vandal housed CCTV, weather resistant and covert cameras.
Audio-frequency induction loop systems (AFILS) allow hearing impaired people to hear more clearly.
Most hearing aids have a ‘T’ or ‘MT’ switch which allows them to pick up the electromagnetic field generated by an induction loop system. The hearing aid converts this signal into a sound suited to its user’s specific hearing requirements.