Can you all evacuate quickly & safely? Think of everyone.

It is not the responsibility of the fire service to coordinate the rescue and evacuation of personnel on your premises.

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) order 2005 places a legal duty on operators and managers to provide adequate means of escape in the event of a fire for all building occupants – not just employees, but all individuals on site including visitors to the building.

When its comes to evacuating a building because of a fire it suddenly puts lives at risks; particularly those that are elderly, disabled or wheel chair bound.

However, we have a solution for you. Take a look at our excellent range of evacuation chairs below.

1. The Saver Evacuation Chair is a single user operation emergency evacuation chair. It glides down stairs easily and smoothly to ensure no heavy lifting or manual handling is required.

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2. The EGO! Evacuation Chair can be operated, loaded and activated by one person only. It is easy to use and has a level comfortable seat. It features automatic breaks on the wheels when folded.

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3. The Versa Evacuation Chair has an easy instant deployment feature and an advanced belt guide system ensures smooth travel. It has safety breaks on the rear wheels and a supportive seat for comfort and easy transfer.

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4. The Versa Elite Evacuation Chair has all the benefits of the Versa Chair plus a comfort padded seat module and enhanced headrest with headband, handgrips and upholstered armrests make this model an obvious chair for evacuating with maximum comfort.

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For more information or advice on our range of Evacuation Chairs please don’t hesitate to call our friendly sales team on 0844 669 1111 or emailenquiries@bullproducts.co.uk


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