evacuation


How evacuation technology can influence the brain in crisis mode

Crisis psychology refers to how we react in the event of a critical incident such as a fire, terrorist attack, or a natural disaster. Marc Gaunt provides an insight into how evacuation technology, developed in line with behavioural psychology, can be used to influence the brain in crisis mode. Read More

Protecting the most vulnerable from fire risk

Nick Rutter, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at FireAngel takes a look at how connected technology can help improve fire safety for disabled people. Read More

Protecting people with disabilities – A concern for all of us

Denis Fowler, Director of Health & Safety Services at the University of York, explains how his team is improving security and safety provision for more vulnerable members of the community. Read More

Five things you need to know about evacuating a tall building

As a health & safety manager, what should be top of your priorities when evacuating a tall building? Read More

Evac+Chair launches new flexible chair

Evac+Chair International launched its latest building evacuation product, IBEX+ at Safety & Health Expo 2018, as well as promoting ongoing work to assess the 'changing nature of risk'. Read More

Case study: university takes steps to improve evacuations

  The University of Strathclyde’s Information Services Directorate (ISD) has taken steps to try to improve the safety and efficiency Read More

Fire Door Safety Week: Statistics revealed

New research has revealed that commercial buildings are more likely to be breaking fire door safety regulations and putting Read More

‘Debris’ closes Alton Towers Smiler ride

The Smiler rollercoaster ride at Alton Towers, which left five people seriously injured after it crashed last year, has been Read More

The risk factor – how to judge event security

When it comes to event security, there must be a formula that organisers can follow to ensure their event goes Read More

Sports and events: Crowds and crowded space issues

Professor Chris Kemp, an expert in solutions for crowded space problems, looks at the way crowds react in certain situations, Read More



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