Evacuation Chair London, Helping You to Ensure Inclusivity


Training Courses

Fully certified training courses for the use of evacuation chairs and rescue-sheets.

Evacuation Chairs

View our range of hand-picked evacuation chairs from the top UK manufacturers.


We have a selection of top-quality evacuation rescue-sheets available to purchase.

Hybrid Workshops

Our flexible evacuation chair training courses can be taken online for your convenience.

UK Laws and Regulations for Equal Safety Opportunities Regardless of Mobility Issues

In the UK, inclusivity and ensuring equal opportunities for all individuals, including those with mobility issues, in evacuation situations are governed by various laws and regulations. One key piece of legislation that addresses this issue is the Equality Act 2010.

The Equality Act 2010 is a comprehensive piece of legislation that aims to protect individuals from discrimination and promote equality of opportunity. Under the Act, individuals with disabilities, including mobility issues, are protected from discrimination in various aspects of life, including access to services and facilities.

When it comes to evacuation procedures and ensuring equal chances of safe escape for all individuals, regardless of mobility issues, the Equality Act requires service providers, employers, and public authorities to make reasonable adjustments to their practices, policies, and physical environments to accommodate the needs of disabled people.

In the context of evacuation, this may involve:

  1. Conducting thorough risk assessments to identify potential hazards and barriers to evacuation for individuals with mobility issues.
  2. Implementing appropriate evacuation procedures and plans that take into account the needs of individuals with disabilities.
  3. Providing accessible means of escape, such as ramps, stairlifts, evacuation chairs, or designated safe areas where assistance can be provided.
  4. Ensuring that staff are trained in how to assist individuals with disabilities during evacuations and that clear procedures are in place for evacuating individuals with mobility issues.
  5. Regularly reviewing and updating evacuation procedures to ensure they remain effective and inclusive.

Other regulations and guidelines specific to certain types of buildings or premises


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