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ALARM RECEIVING CENTER SERVICES

In IFSAS we fully recognize the needs of our customers for full protection and monitoring of any kind of intrusion for their homes and office premises.

For this reason we cooperate with the most reliable technologically fully updated Monitoring Station that  offers  a wide range of high quality monitoring services fulfilling  every need of their daily lives aiming at the maximum level of fire & security goals.

The Alarm Receiving Center operates 24 hours a day, throughout the year, in order to ensure an immediate response to whatever arises.
 
The following are the priority signals:
• Housebreaking signal
As soon as the signal is broadcasted, either the police department is notified by telephone through the police emergency telephone number (100) or the local police station for the regions outside Athens. Also, the subscriber is contacted as well as the help telephones that he has already notified us in writing. The signal allows us to determine which area has been violated.

• Fire signal
If a fire detector has been installed, the fire department is informed at once by telephone as well as the subscriber who is also notified on the exact position of the fire.

• Personal threat signal
In the case where a personal threat signal is transmitted (initialized by pressing a special button), the alarm located in the area remains silent, while the police (100) or the local police station, for the regions outside Athens, is notified.

• Medical emergency signal
In the case where the medical emergency signal is transmitted (initialized by pressing a special button), all the telephone numbers given to us in writing will be immediately alerted.

In all cases, the security authorities and the people who are administered by the owner of the premise are immediately informed of the emergency event.

 

 


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