Emergency Evacuation

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Emergency Evacuation

Definition: Emergency evacuation equipment is equipment that can be used to evacuate the sick, the elderly, an occupant with a disability or someone who is injured from a building in the event of a fire or other emergency. Evacuation equipment can include evacuation chairs, ski sheets, sleds, mattresses & stretchers. British & International Standards include (but are not limited to) the following: BS 9999:2008 - Code of practice for fire safety in the design, management and use of buildings

Fire Safety Products

Means of Escape Fire Safety Audit Guide

MEANS OF ESCAPE has designed a Guide to Basic Fire Risk Assessment following demand from owners and managers to better u...

£9.95 + P&P

Assembly Point Lollipop Sign

Price includes carrier bag and delivery

£95.00 + P&P

Means of Escape Pocket Guides

It is essential in a work place that every employer ensures that his or her employees receive suitable and sufficient tr...

£7.00 + P&P

Means of Escape Fire Safety & First Aider Jerkins

"The effective and efficient evacuation of premises in an emergency is the responsibility of the designated fire personn...

£9.95 + P&P

Evacuation 'A' Boards

Evacuations need to be carried out quickly and efficiently, to ensure everyone in the building reaches safety within goo...

£15.00 + P&P