In the highly competitive banking and finance industry, customers are increasingly looking for flexible ways of banking and investment. As a result, banks and financial groups operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week working to demanding schedules.


Millions of financial transactions a day place a heavy reliance on the electronic infrastucture. Any unscheduled halt to this infrastructure caused by a fire, could have a dramatic affect on customer relationships and business continuity.


To ensure that the banking and finance industry meet their delivery objectives, FireTweet have developed a robust and reliable range of integrated fire safety monitoring systems of use within this “Business Critical” industry. Factors like these, coupled with our ability to provide reliable service, make us the perfect choice to bank on, for your fire safety monitoring requirements.


Fire protection in retail spaces can be easily integrated to save you time and money. As a manager of a retail establishment, there are numerous considerations to be made in order to protect your facility. An integrated Fire safety monitoring system provides complete fire preparedness for your personnel, property and assets combined with an inspection and maintenance plan ensures that your systems continue to operate effectively.


The hospitality industry is committed to provide safe services. Being responsible for a hotel, your primary concern is that your guests enjoy their safe stay. Besides offering first-rate services, this also includes ensuring maximum life safety. Fire safety in hotels is delicate: You have to protect various areas with different environmental conditions – and you ensure business continuity and maintain reputation.


The hospitality industry has many significant issues when it comes to fire protection, prevention, and guests’ safety. The biggest factors come simply from the nature of the industry. In a normal workplace, management can ensure employees are trained in proper emergency procedures, how to use a fire extinguisher, and the like. But every day, hospitality businesses (such as hotels, tourist attractions, restaurants, etc.) see new people on property. As a building manager, your risk management plan has to take into account that a great number of people present during a fire emergency will have little to no training how to respond.


Industrial and manufacturing properties include properties with a variety of property uses, including manufacturing and processing, agriculture, utility or distribution systems, energy production, laboratories, mines or quarries, and forest, timberland, or woodlands. Fires in these properties may involve structures, vehicles, or outside or unclassified fires.


The impact and cost of fire in a manufacturing facility should never be underestimated. Significant injuries to workers, fatalities and costly damage to property all have the potential to spell the end of a business. Often, machines are custom built to produce specific products, and if damaged or destroyed in a fire, they may take months or even years to rebuild, resulting in significant downtime and lost revenue.

Corporate Offices

Many small businesses ignore essential office upgrades and concentrate on saving costs, but in the long-run, that frugality ultimately can lead to a company’s downfall. A recent data reveals that more than 50 percent of office fires occur due to cooking, electrical, lighting and heating equipment.


Investing in equipment upgrades and regular maintenance is an easy way to prevent office fires. Office fires are more common than you might think and companies legally are required to have fire safety procedures in place.

Residential Premises

Proper fire prevention measures and the knowledge of life safety procedures within residential communities save lives. With so many people living in such close proximity within residential buildings and complexes, every resident plays an important role in preventing fires and responding appropriately to life safety emergencies. Residential fire losses substantially dominate the total fire losses in the world.


Cooking equipment was identified as the leading ignition source attributed to home fires, but there are many other residential fire safety concerns including; candles, electrical shortages, heating shortages, and fireplaces both indoor and outdoor.



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