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Gravelles are well known suppliers of evacuation equipment as well as offering
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Evacuation Chairs

When it comes to ensuring safety during emergencies, having the right equipment is paramount. Our range of evacuation chairs is designed to provide a reliable and efficient solution for evacuating individuals with mobility challenges from multi-story buildings. With our top priority being the safety and well-being of individuals, our carefully selected collection of evacuation chairs offers both ease of use and robust functionality. Equipped with advanced features and built to meet the highest safety standards, these chairs provide a secure and smooth evacuation experience. Navigating through staircases and narrow corridors can be challenging, especially in emergency situations. That's why our evacuation chairs are specifically designed to excel in these conditions. From sturdy construction materials to ergonomic design, our chairs ensure maximum stability and comfort throughout the evacuation process. They are equipped with features such as durable wheels for easy maneuverability, adjustable handles for optimal grip, and secure harness systems to securely hold individuals in place during evacuation. Our evacuation chairs are suitable for a wide range of settings, including office buildings, hospitals, schools, hotels, and other public or private spaces. They are designed to accommodate individuals with different mobility levels, including those who use wheelchairs or have difficulty walking. To ensure readiness during emergencies, our evacuation chairs are compact and easily accessible. They can be conveniently stored in designated areas or mounted on walls, ensuring quick deployment when needed. User-friendly instructions and evacuation chair training materials are provided to ensure proper utilization and ease of use by trained personnel. At Gravelles, we understand the critical nature of emergency evacuations and the importance of reliable equipment. That's why we offer only the highest quality evacuation chairs that meet industry standards and regulations. Our commitment to safety and customer satisfaction drives us to provide exceptional products and support. Choose our evacuation chairs to enhance your emergency preparedness and create a safer environment for everyone. Explore our range of evacuation chairs and trust in the reliability and functionality they offer during critical times.

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Frequently Asked Questions

An evacuation chair is a specially designed device that assists in the safe and efficient evacuation of individuals with mobility limitations during emergencies. It is equipped with features such as handles, straps, and wheels to facilitate the transportation of individuals down staircases or across uneven surfaces.

While there is no specific legal requirement in the UK that mandates the use of evacuation chairs in all premises, there are regulations in place to ensure the safe evacuation of individuals, including those with mobility impairments. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 emphasizes the responsibility of employers and building owners to have appropriate evacuation plans in place, considering the needs of all individuals. Depending on the specific circumstances and risk assessments, having evacuation chairs as part of the evacuation strategy may be advisable or necessary.

Evacuation chairs are primarily designed for descending stairs during emergency evacuations. They are engineered with features to provide stability and control while moving individuals downwards. Using an evacuation chair to go upstairs is not recommended as it may compromise safety and put both the user and the operator at risk. For evacuations involving upper floors, it is recommended to have alternative evacuation procedures or devices in place, such as evacuation lifts or appropriate refuge areas, depending on the building's design and evacuation plan. It is crucial to conduct a comprehensive risk assessment and consult with evacuation experts to determine the most suitable strategies for evacuating individuals in your specific building or premises.