Trinity were proactive in finding the right product solution to do the job. They are a main Technology Centre partner for Gent, a manufacturer that we have previously used and trust. Trinity were also able to find practical bespoke system solutions for the demanding Security requirements
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust
Kettering General Hospital NHS Trust
Yeovil District Hospital
Royal Bournemouth Hospital
Southampton General Hospital
Salisbury General Hospital
Royal South Hants Hospital
Fire Detection & Alarm System
Gas Suppression Systems
Foam & Water Mist Suppression Systems
Public Address/Voice Alarm Systems (PA/VA)
Portable Fire Extinguishers
Fire Hose Reels
Planned Preventative Maintenance & Emergency Response
Intruder Alarm Systems
Fire Telephones / Emergency Call & Voice Systems
Disabled Refuge Systems
Door Entry Systems
Remote Monitoring Services
The NHS is a large, and complex, organisation that underwent a major structural change in 2013 whereby the previous layer of Primary Care Trusts was replaced with a series of regional Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG’S). There are now more than 200 CCG’s in England alone with an average of 226,000 patients per CCG.
The current UK Healthcare budget is £142 Billion and the CCG’s will ultimately be responsible for circa 60% of the total NHS expenditure.
In addition to the NHS there is also a large private healthcare sector which generates circa £6 billion of revenue per annum.
Trinity Fire & Security Systems has gained a wealth of experience from working within the Healthcare sector over the last 20 years.
The Aneurin Bevan University Health Board in Wales, which was launched in 2009 and covers 2 District General Hospitals, 2 Local General Hospitals and 11 supporting Hospital premises, provides an outstanding example of Trinity’s experience within the Healthcare sector.
Since 2010, Trinity has installed over 600 access controlled doors and now maintain the Access Control systems across all sites via an advanced, centrally operated, virtual system utilising the Health Board’s IP infrastructure. This ‘state of the art’ system is limitless in its capacity for additional sensors to be installed at any time anywhere across all sites, thus giving the ultimate security required for the safety of all healthcare staff and patients.
Trinity is committed to providing the highest level of service and safety standards via the dedicated team of technical engineers based within our regional offices.