A guide to ensure schools and universities are educated in safe, emergency evacuation

A guide to ensure schools and universities are educated in safe, emergency evacuation

As an educator, you may be responsible for the safe evacuation of your building in an emergency.

If that’s the case, we believe you will appreciate the Guide to Emergency Evacuation of Educational Establishments which we’ve recently published.

As part of our work with schools, academies, colleges and universities, we’re finding that some emergency evacuation basics – as well as finer details – aren’t in place, so we hope this guide can put your mind at rest.

It’s a simple but precise in the way it poses questions to ensure you have all the appropriate health and safety procedures in place.

The guide focuses on:

  • Who is responsible in an emergency and what does that mean for them
  • What to do in an emergency to ensure students, staff, visitors and the mobility-impaired are safe?
  • Who requires specific educational establishment evacuation training and what equipment should be on the premises?
  • How do we ensure mobility-impaired students are evacuated safely in an education environment?

Answers to the above questions can be found here in your copy of the guide or Call 0121 706 6744 if you’re interested in a free site survey.

 

 

 

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