Disabled Evacuation Chairs
ABLEize has great knowledge of disabled emergency evacuation chairs (Evac chairs) and provide you with details of safe and reliable as well as DDA and the Equality Act compliant stairway evacuation systems and chair devices to aid assisted disabled emergency evacuations via stairs and to offer safe egress from multi storey buildings for the disabled, wheelchair users and those unable to manage stairs. Ensure that you receive professional advice before purchasing an evac chair along with training on the use of safe evacuation for disabled people, especially if you expect to be transferring wheelchair users into any kind of evacuation chair. Installing an evacuation chair with no training and no trained members available to assist in emergency situations would not be advised. Consult your dealer before attempting to use these evacuation chair devices.
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Experts in solutions for access and egress issues assisting to get disabled and mobility impaired people in and out of buildings via stairs. Site highlights the models available enabling wheelchair user to remain in their chair. Also provides evacuation chair training, service and repairs as well as the hire and rental.
Undertakes the sale and rental of evac evacuation and transit chairs to assist with safe evacuation from multi storey buildings for the disabled and those unable to manage steps and stairs. Site offers product and training information to meet workplace safety obligations, FAQ’s, client testimonials and worldwide purchacing details.
Evacuation chair information provided by Health and Safety Matters. Highlights regulations concerning the evacuation from upper floors for those with mobility problems and why the installation of Evac chairs is recommended in public use buildings.