Timber Framed Construction Security
RaiderVision can help you comply with regulations
There is now a code of practice relating to timber frame construction projects, to be used in conjunction with CDM regulations, called 16 Steps to Fire Safety and published by the Structural Timber Association (STA).
The vast majority of fires in timber buildings occur during construction, with around 70% being arson. One of the 16 steps, above, relates to the security of the site; as an increasing number of buildings, including multi-level buildings, are being constructed in this way to meet government targets, the RaiderVision temporary site security system can be an invaluable tool in complying with the UKTFA 16 Steps to Fire Safety.
In addition to securing your timber frame structure, RaiderVision also acts as an ‘out of hours’ ARC linked fire alarm system. Whilst construction companies deploy fire detection systems on site, these temporary fire systems are not connected to a 24-hour NSI Gold ARC and rely simply on sending an SMS message to a named individual. Adding RaiderVision smoke sensors to the system enables your timber frame project to benefit from a fully-monitored out-of-hours fire alarm.