Assisted Evacuation Training
About this Course
All employers must have a suitable and sufficient strategy for the safe evacuation of all staff, clients and visitors to their premises including those who may require assistance.
The purpose of this practical workshop style session is to review, discuss and practice different requirements for managing evacuation strategies for persons who require assistance, and different equipment that can be used including:
- Vision Impairment
- Hearing Impairment
- Cognitive Issues
- Mobility Impairment
- Age, Pregnancy Issues
- Fire evacuation incidents and drills
Who is this for?
During an incident or following an injury, it is anticipated that most people, including those with restricted mobility, will be able to exit ground floor areas by means of existing accessible entrances and exits. Where this is not the case, or where excessive travel is required at ground level to reach a usable exit employers will need to examine the feasibility of providing additional means of exit.
All staff should complete this short course in order to provide assistance.
On completion, all Learners completing the training will receive a course certificate.
£550 + VAT for up to 10 persons.
Additional Learners £55 + VAT.
Maximum attendance 12 per training session.
We can run 1 to 4 sessions in a single day.
*We will ask you to confirm the type of chair being used at your location prior to the start of the course so that we can ensure your staff are trained appropriate to the equipment you will be using in an incident.
**The term Evac Chair is not used during this course as this is a brand/manufacturer name.
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