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Product design experts at Birmingham City University have teamed up with Evac+Chair International - makers of the world's most popular stairway evacuation chair - to develop the first-ever stretcher interface device (SID) for neonates.
Evac+Chair is a universal evacuation solution for smooth stairway descent during an emergency. Single user operation ensures no heavy lifting or manual handling is required during emergency evacuation procedures.
In the event of an emergency such an earthquake or a fire, lifts should not be used in multi-storey buildings, therefore people with a disability or who are injured maybe become trapped. Our evacuation chair is the perfect solution; it is a light weight and easy to use device which glides effortlessly down stairways to assist with the quick and safe removal of people who are mobility impaired in the event of an emergency evacuation.
The Evac+Chair is wall mounted and folds away discreetly making it the perfect solution to ensure your business is compliant with the latest health & safety and fire safety regulations.
Evac Chair is fully equipped to provide the best training and equipment needed by large scale buildings and venues in the event of an emergency egress, stairway evacuation, building evacuation or fire evacuation situation. In order to meet fire and safety regulations, it is important for all large scale buildings to provide adequate disabled evacuation options for those who should need it.
Emergency evacuation chairs, also known as disabled evacuation chair, stairway evacuation chair, fire evacuation chairs, evacuation chair or evac chairs, allow wheel chair users or less able bodied people to be evacuated quickly and safely down a large flight of stairs.
For further information on the evacuation chairs we have to offer, please browse the website or contact us using the information provided.
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Product design experts at Birmingham City University have teamed up with Evac+Chair International - makers of the world's most popular stairway evacuation chair - to develop the first-ever stretcher interface device (SID) for neonates.[Read Article]
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