Evacuation Chair Training in London


Why train on an evacuation chair?

Evacuation Chair Training: If you have any type of evacuation equipment, it’s imperstive that those responsible to use under the added pressure of an emergency situation, know exactly what to to.

Human nature can make a person panic during an emergency, such as a building fire.  Knowing precisely what to do will keep someone focused on the task in hand.

There’s not really any use in owning these specialist tools if you do not have any staff who know how to use them.  You might be covered legally, but you certainly won’t be covered morally if someone is left inside a buring building purely because of a lack of training.

Professional, fully-certieied, evacuation chair training really is a godsend.

Who would need an evacuation chair?

Anyone who is unable to evacuate a building under their own steam, due to a disability, will be reliant on the help of others.  Making sure you have staff on duty, who have been professionally trained to use specialist evacuation equipment, may save the lives of anyone who suffers from mobility-impairement.

If a person is unable to exit a building by themselves, it may not be immediately obvious.  Not all disabilities are visible.  Mental health conditions may render a person incapable of using stairs just as much as a more apparently visible condition.

What courses do we run?

Evacuation Chair Training London is able to provide a range of training options across the capital.  These include Basic Operator courses as well as Key Trainer courses (also know as Train the Trainer).

Being a qualified key trainer enables you to further train your own staff in-house and is a fantastic options for companies with large amounts of staff, shift workers or a high staff turnover.

Futhermore, we can construct a bespoke course tailored exactly to your organisations requirements and for the exact equipment you may akready have installed.

Which equipment do we train on?

Whether you have tracked evacuation chairs, patient-transport chairs (ambulance chirs), powered stairclimbers for wheelchairs or rescue mattresses: our team can train you exactly how to use them.


With many years of experience, in both the manufacturing evacuation chairs and training people how to use them, we feel our staff provide an invaluable service.

We have, therefore, gained a high reputation for the quality of our training, and have become one of London’s premier evcuation chair training course providers.

Operating in all areas inside the M25 we provide a professional, cost effective service to our clients. We also understand that working life in the capital is not 9 to 5, so we are available to our clients at time that suits them best, including early morning, late at night or weekends if required.

Where do we carry out Evacuation Chair Training?

The evacuation chair training will take place at your location on-site, this ensures that your staff understand the best use within their building.  All successful candidates will receive a certificate and those who have completed the Key Trainers course will also get a comprehensive trainer’s pack.

Which UK laws apply to Evacuation Chairs?

The UK has legislation in place which may apply to your business. The following government documents explain the laws in details.  In essence, they are designed to avoid any disabled person being discriminated against.  This includes the provison of a safe escape in emergency situations.

We are able to train you and your staff on any brand of evauation chair so that you have the peace of mind that the equipment will be used correctly if the need arises.

How can you arrange your training?

Simply contact one of the team now to discuss your requirements.  We are happy to provide on-site surveys and / or discuss your needs and advise you accordingly.

Our telephone number is 0207 1185223 and our email address is  info@evacuationchairlondon.co.uk.

Our expert team is on-hand and ready to hep you today.



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