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Safety Expo: Evac+Chair Emergency Bus rolls into town

19 April 2013

Evac+Chair International says it's set to make an impact at the 2013 Safety and Health Expo with the launch of its own Emergency Bus

Evac+Chair International will be showcasing its range of evacuation chairs and lifesaving equipment at the show taking place at Birmingham NEC between 14-16 May.

Unlike previous years where the company has opted to exhibit on a conventional stand, this year will see Evac+Chair International using the customised bus as their display at the exhibition.

The double decker bus will be modified with all Evac+Chair products as standard, allowing for interactive demonstrations of the wide variety of evacuation chairs such as the Air+Chair and emergency solutions including ParAid Medical Ibex Tran Seat and CardiAid Automated External Defibrillator.

Visitors will also find a hospitality area situated at the top of the bus where they can be treated to refreshments and speak to members of the Evac+Chair International team about the best equipment suited for their organisation.

Mark Roberts, Director for Evac+Chair International, said: “We are extremely excited to launch our Emergency Bus at the Safety and Health Expo this year, the bus will provide an innovative way for us to showcase our various emergency solutions and demonstrate how easy our products are to operate with all who attend the show.”

The Safety and Health Expo will be the first stop in a long line of destinations for the Emergency Bus throughout 2013. Evac+Chair International have plans to use the bus to educate organisations and businesses across the UK on the importance of being prepared for emergency situations.






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