Evacuation Pod

The Evacuation Pod, an essential part of your emergency evacuation procedure. The Pod was developed and designed by Tech-Assist Products in consultation with Australian Physiotherapists, Ergonomists and the Metropolitan Fire Service Safety Training Division.

The Pod is Australian Standards Tested and made in Australia.

Safe Working Load (S.W.L) 127 Kilos

Designed to easily and comfortably evacuate the dependent client away from an area of risk. The client is securely enveloped in the Pod, which has a padded base, head support and two leg and body belts. The underside of the Pod features a “super slippery” material which enables the client to be easily evacuated over any floor surface. The Pod is easily manoeuvred by carers using the long and adjustable straps at either end, whilst maintaining an upright position themselves. Pod design allows quick and easy transfer of client into and out of Pod. Number of Pods required is geared to the number of staff available for evacuation, not the number of clients. The Pod is therefore economical. When not in use the Pod folds up for easy storage. Fully Washable and lightweight. NOT FOR USE ON STAIRS OR OTHER DECLINES.

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