The Emergency Evacuation Training Dummy
Care homes and other health care settings which house large numbers of vulnerable people are required by law to have an emergency evacuation plan - in Australia, care homes must have an Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) for every resident.
Excerpt from the NSW Care Home Evacuation Guide - Paragraph 6.11
'To ensure that a facility’s emergency plan remains current and staff are able to implement designated roles, an emergency exercise to practice and test arrangements should be held annually'.
Obviously, a plan is only good if people are confident in their abilities to carry it out successfully. Using manikins for emergency evacuation training lets teams try different scenarios so that they can be sure that in a real fire, all staff members would be prepared to move someone safely with minimal risk.
Speed of rescue is an important consideration. It would be relatively easy to move just one person - but if there are 5-6 beds on any given ward or fire block, could your team evacuate everyone safely?
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- SAFER training for teams - Using a manikin GREATLY REDUCES person-to-person contact.
- This lighter weight manikin gives a sufficient weight to train with but is easily transported in a vehicle if it needs to be shared among different sites.
- Manufactured from an antibacterial material which is also flame retardant.
- Supplied with pyjamas which are easily washable for improved hygiene in hospital and care home environments.
- Can also be used for basic CPR instruction.
- Comes complete with soft boots which are easily replaced if damaged.
- An immobilisation/extrication collar can be fitted around the neck of our adult manikins to promote proper casualty care.
- Soft body joints to eliminate the risk of pinch welts and bruising; common injuries when using plastic bodied manikins.
- Strong webbing loop at the back allows easy handling and storage.