EVACUATION CHAIR

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Emergency Evacuation Chair Training


The emergency evacuation chair is one method of evacuating incapacitated people from upper floors when the lift is not available i.e. it was broken or in the event of a fire.

Ensure all your staff can get out safely


Regulations for the Provision and Use of Work Equipment (PUWER) state that the equipment should only be used by people who have received adequate information, instruction and training.
 
Our two hour practical and interactive training course is designed to ensure that you comply with the above PUWER regulations and will be delivered by a highly experienced trainer who has been training for nearly 10 years. The course is designed to make you competent and feel comfortable handling the evacuation chair with a passenger in an emergency.
 
You will learn how the chair is safely deployed, operated on the stairs and then collapsed after use. We will also provide advice on the siting and distribution of chairs as well as help with the completion of a risk assessment on using the chair. In addition, we will provide you with advice regarding maintenance and servicing requirements. Upon successful completion of the training course we will issue you with a certificate.
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Why choose us?


  • Prices start from £395.00 for up to 6 people
  • Experienced & accredited instructor
  • Excellent reviews
  • Entertaining yet informative
  • Fully insured
 
Do you require the training URGENTLY?

Contact us now - we can normally arrange the training in the next couple of weeks if you need it.

01296 640 074 / 0800 111 4487

"Bob’s delivery was not only very informative but he brought a feeling of involvement to the situation and also a little comedy which kept interest throughout the course."

This is a practical, hands on course and includes: 

  • Interactive demonstrations
  • The history of emergency evacuation chairs
  • Health and safety information
  • General usage theory
  • Identification of key features
  • Assistance with risk assessing the activity
  • Maintenance and servicing advice
ALL MAKES OF EMERGENCY EVACUATION CHAIR AND EVACUATION SHEET CATERED FOR.
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The emergency evacuation chair training syllabus includes:

  • History
  • Health & safety information
  • General usage (theory)
  • Practical demonstrations of set up
  • Practical demonstrations of usage
  • Maintenance and service
For further information about any of our safety training courses, please contact us today. A member of our friendly team will provide expert guidance on the right course for your particular needs.

 Prices start from £395.00 for up to 6 people

Evacuation Chair:

Train the Trainer


The emergency evacuation chair is one method of evacuating incapacitated people from upper floors when the lift is not available i.e. it was broken or in the event of a fire. RS Safety Consulting can train your members of staff to train others.

The ability to train others

This 1 day course will equip staff with the ability to train others on the safe use of evacuation chairs. A practical approach is taken to ensure that plenty of hands-on practice with regard to both the practical elements and the training issues – all under expert supervision.

Key benefits of this course


  • Will equip your staff with the competency to safely conduct in-house evacuation chair training
  • Generates cost savings through bringing skills in-house
  • We can train on most types of evacuation chairs
  • Delivered by a highly experienced instructor

The course is aimed at any staff who may need to train others on the safe use of evacuation chairs. Participants will gain the following competences:
  • Ability to understand how to safely use evacuation chairs
  • Be able to conduct appropriate training to other members of staff on evacuation chair usage
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Contact RS Safety Consulting in Aylesbury today - we can normally arrange your training in the next couple of weeks or whenever you require it:
01296 640 074 / 07890 007 731 / 0800 111 448.

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