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An EVCS (Emergency Voice Communication System) is a fixed, monitored and maintained, bidirectional, full duplex voice communication system to assist the orderly evacuation of disabled or mobility impaired people and enhance firefighters communication during emergencies.
Intended Uses for EVC Systems
In the first stages of evacuation, before the fire and rescue service arrive the EVCS may be used between the control room and say fire wardens/marshal's on various floors.
Typically, a call can be made from a floor to advise the control centre that the floor has been cleared.
The fire and rescue service would normally take control of the evacuation upon arrival at site, with a fire officer at the control centre communicating with other officers via the EVC system.
During the course of a fire, the fire and rescue service would continue to use the EVCS to assist fire fighting. A disabled person or anyone who is not able to use an escape route would be able to identify their presence and communicate with the control centre.