Evac Chair Training we can help you with this
Under the Equality act 2010 , it is unlawful to discriminate against any person with regard to any disability they may have. This includes the evacuation of your premises in the event of a fire.
Being left behind in a stairwell or refuge whilst other colleagues are leaving is not only harmful, but is a clear breach of legislation which could result in legal action being taken against you.
All our courses are carried out by our training specialists, who cover every aspect of the roles of Dedicated Operators. All Delegates receive reference and training material. On Course completion, all Delegates meeting the training standards are Certificated and deemed competent for their roles.
Our Aim is to:
- Ensure that all candidates complete the Course and achieve a level of competence which will give them confidence under any condition.
- Ensure candidates are competent dedicated escorts who can provide assistance to the mobility impaired - enabling them to reach a place of safety in the event of a fire or other emergency.
- Ensure you meet your legal obligations and be kept up-to-date with new regulations and adequately trained in Emergency Escape Procedures for all, including the