Evacuation Chair Training and Legislation
Saturday, 6 June 2009 | Paul
Under the Disabled Discrimination Act 2005, it is unlawful to discriminate against any person in regard to their employment and this includes evacuation of your premises in the event of a fire.
Being left behind in a stairwell or refuge whilst other colleagues are leaving is not only harmful, it is a breach of the regulations.
Health and Care will come along to your business premises and carry out effective training on your equipment. In addition, a short course covers risk assessment and legislation.
Evacutation Training for Operatives and the Key Trainer
There are two types of training:
The course content consists of a short theory session covering key areas such as, legislation and risk assessment and the practical side which covers operation of the chair. There is plenty of time for the delegates to practise and gain confidence in handling the chair. The maximum number of delegates per session is 4. The course is conducted in house and lasts for approximately 1 hour. All successful delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.
Train the TrainerThis course is designed for companies who wish to have their own in house trainers. It is more in depth and involves more practical use of the chair. Upon completion the delegates will be presented with their own trainers pack which includes a Power Point Presentation and handouts which will allow the delegate to carry out their own training sessions and safely instruct others.
The maximum number of delegates per session is 4. The course is conducted in house and lasts for approximately 2.5 hours. All successful delegates will receive a trainer’s certificate.
Training Course Options and Prices
These prices are exclusive of any travel costs. The travel costs are:
Please call 0207 821 0855 to discuss and order your Evacuation Chair Training Course