Smoke alarms are an important first step in fire safety, but when you back them up with a clear and well-rehearsed fire escape plan, you give your family the best chance of escape.
Making a plan and ensuring your home is well prepared for a house fire doesn’t take much time or effort, and it can be the difference between life and death.
We recommend that Escape Ladders be used for practice drills at least once a year.
After each use, the ladder must be fully inspected prior to re assembly to ensure it has not been damaged.
We have two types of Emergency Evacuation Ladders. The Emergency Escape Evacuation Ladder and the Emergency Escape Rope Ladder. Both come in two storey and three storey.
Easythro Emergency Escape Evacuation Ladder: Made from aluminium alloy with a “V” centre support, the Emergency Evacuation Ladder has an adjustable hanger and a load capacity of 450kg. It can also be folded down to a small size, which means it’s easy and convenient to store away when not in use.
Emergency Escape Rope Ladder: designed to attach to balustrades with the hook provided. The rungs are made from Non-Slip Epoxy Polyester andRead More
If a fire or other emergency situation occurs and your home is multi storey you need more than one option to get down to the lower floor and safely evacuate.
If you live or work in a multistorey building, if a fire or other emergency situation occurs you need more than one option to get down to the lower floor and safely evacuate. Lifts are often out of action, and should not be used during a fire, and if the stairs are blocked due to the emergency, it pays to have a backup plan.
Emergency Evacuation Ladders are an essential safety item for multi storey homes and workplaces.
It’s simple to use and set up, and when it’s needed it can be deployed quickly.
In an emergency, lifts and stairs are often no longer accessible, and the ladder provides occupants with a safe way to escape.
Emergency Evacuation Ladders are an important addition to your home or workplace emergency toolkit.