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Mobility Stairclimbers, Mobility Products, Manual Handling Solutions

Should an emergency evacuation take place due to fire or natural disaster passenger lifts should not be used. We offer a very wide range of evacuation chairs to enable swift evacuation from multi-story buildings for the injured, mobility impaired persons and wheelchair users.
Complementing our range of Evac Chairs we offer Powered Mobility Stairclimbers (Battery Operated) Models include;
  • C-Max U1 weight capacity 140kg and 160kg with integral fixed seat
  • C-Max U2 Foldable weight capacity160kg, with integral fixed seat
  • S-Max 135kg and 160kg (with various seating options)
  • S-Max Sella weight capacity 135kg possibly the smallest Stairclimber on the market to-date. Fixed and various seat options
Powered Mobility Stairclimbers can travel up and down curved or spiral staircases.
If you can’t see the Evacuation Chair you need or you’d like to speak to one of our advisors about your individual needs please call Manual Handling Solutions on Tel 01553811977
S-Max Basic, The powered stairclimber for your wheelchair C-Max U1 Powered Stairclimber C-Max U2 Powered Stairclimber S-Max U3 - Transportation chair
S-Max Sella Powered Stairclimber S-Max Stairclimber Wheelchair Wheelchair Mate Evacuation Chair Super Trac Stairmate Major Evacuation Chair
Evac+Chair 300H MK4 Evac+Chair 440 Evac+Chair 600H IBEX TranSeat 700H
CD7 Emergency Evacuation Chair Chairmate Evacuation Chair Exitmaster Versa-Elite Evacuation Chai Exitmaster Versa Evacuation Chair
Escalino Powered Stairclimber      

Evacuation Chairs

There is a common misunderstanding that it is the responsibility of the emergency services to ensure the safe evacuation of persons from a building, this is simply not the case.
It is a legal requirement for employers and service providers to ensure the safe evacuation of everyone, including mobility impaired persons, in the event of an emergency.
Today's law stipulates that it is no longer the duty of the Fire Service to make sure the workplace is safe, the duty now lies with 'the responsible person'.
The responsibility is clearly with the building management or service providers to ensure there are suitable procedures in place to evacuate everyone including disabled people without relying on the fire service.
The responsible person must nominate a sufficient number of competent persons to implement procedures in so far as they relate to the evacuation of relevant persons from the premises.
Building managers should not be contemplating refusing entry to disabled people but should have plans in place that ensure the safe evacuation of all building users whether or not the fire service is available.
There is no document which states that disabled people should be left in a building to wait for the fire service during a fire. In fact, current legislative documents and standards state that it is the responsibility of building management to ensure their safe escape by introducing suitable escape plans.
Where equipment is provided to assist in the evacuation of disabled people (e.g. evacuation chairs), it is important to ensure that its operational capability is maintained.
The Evacuation Chair is a cost effective method of ensuring the safe evacuation of non-ambulant persons from the upper or lower levels of buildings in the event of an emergency or when lifts cannot be used due to maintenance or breakdown

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Contact us on Tel 01553 811977 / Fax 01553 811004 or email us at sales@manualhandlingsolutions.co.uk