FIRE ALARM PRE-RECORDED MESSAGES
The Fire Alarm System contains pre-recorded messages that are used to evacuate the building, guide tenants during life safety events, and prepare tenants for system testing. The Fire Evacuation message will play automatically when the building alarm is tripped. The recordings related to life safety are used by emergency responders (Police and Fire Department), and the system testing recordings are used by technicians and inspectors.
Links to three sample recordings are below.
- Fire Alarm Evacuation Message 1. Evacuation Message (Fire Alarm): Three slow whoops... “May I have your attention please. May I have your attention please. There is a fire emergency reported in the building. Please exit the building by the nearest exit or exit stair. Do not use the elevators.”
- All Clear Message 4. Emergency Situation All Clear Message: Three chimes... “May I have your attention please. May I have your attention please. The emergency situation has been resolved. You may resume your normal activities.
- Shelter-in-Place Message 9. Emergency Situation - Do Not Exit: Three Hi/Lo tones... “May I have your attention please. May I have your attention please. There is an emergency situation reported in or around the building. For your safety, please stay in your current location and await further instructions. DO NOT exit the building."
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