A good work safety practice for all tower cranes to be equipped with a MARK Save A Life self rescue system in their cabin for emergency use......for the rescuing of operators and technicians. A stranded person at the cabin can free himself from the jib or counter jib of a crane, if situation is preventing the person from normal descent. Injured people can also be rescued very quickly and relatively safe. It is recommended that each crane operator should be provided with such a system for emergency use. For more information visit the website: www.escapeconsult.biz 
Recognising that in the event of an emergency, the mobility of able-bodied individuals can be impaired by panic and anxiety, echoes the importance of not only ensuring Evac+Chair (evacuation chairs) are installed for those individuals that require them, but also that fire wardens or assigned individuals are properly trained in how to operate them.

The Fire Safety Act places a legal duty on those who manage premises to ensure adequate means for escape for all building occupants. The Fire and Rescue Service will help to evacuate persons from a building when they arrived but management of buildingd should not rely on their intervention.

Lifts should not be used in the event of a fire or other emergencies and, for some, this could cut off exits from our building. The provision of Evac Chair  can ensure a safe escape route for everyone if any emergencies arises. The more people who are trained in using the Evac+Chair the better as this will minimise risk and improve accessibility.


For more information on Ingstrom Escape Chute, please visit websites:
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Escape Consult Mobiltex (S) Pte Ltd (Pantech Business Hub) Evac Chair model 1-600H, designed for descending stairs with additional feature for lifting that can overcome minor obstacles along the egress route. Please take a look at the following link showing how it works: http://youtu.be/QswuH4YuBJ8 For more information on Evac+Chair (evacuation chairs) please visit websites:
www.evac-chair.co.uk
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Escape Consult Mobiltex (S) Pte Ltd (Pantech Business Hub) For more information on Evac+Chair (evacuation chair), please visit our websites:
www.evac-chair.co.uk
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Escape Consult Mobiltex (S) Pte Ltd (Pantech Business Hub) IBEX Transeat 1-700H, capable of descending and ascending the stairs with 2 handlers
Please see the following link showing how it works: http://youtu.be/LFgZHbGj8_M 


Escape Consult Mobiltex (S) Pte Ltd (Pantech Business Hub) IBEX Transeat 1-700H
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Escape Consult Mobiltex (S) Pte Ltd (Pantech Business Hub) SOS Rescue Tool kits by KAM as
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Escape Consult Mobiltex (S) Pte Ltd (Pantech Business Hub) CASA Portable Fire Escape Ladder
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About Us

Escape Consult Mobiltex (S) Pte Ltd was established in 1998. We are the regional representatives for manufacturers of Supplemental Evacuation Products in the ASEAN market. The products are INGSTROM Escape Chute; MARK Save A Life self rescue system; Evac+Chair; CASA Portable Fire Escape Ladder; SOS Rescue Tools; Photo Luminescent evacuation guidance signs and stair nosings. For more information, please visit our website: www.escapeconsult.biz

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Products & Services

In a field which does not allow the right to failure, we aim to deliver quality products and best solution in building evacuation to save lives in the event of fire, natural and man-made incidents. Over the years, we have increased our product range that includes Ingstrom Escape Chute systems; MARK Save A Life rescue systems; Evac+Chair; Glow In The Dark Photoluminescent evacuation signages and step nosing products; and SOS Rescue Tools. Our services include consultation, training, installation and after sales service. For more information, please visit our website: www.escapeconsult.biz

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Fire in an occupied high-rise could mean having to evacuate hundreds, or perhaps thousands, of people in difficult and dangerous conditions. For examples, having to evacuate a building in darkness due to power outage; having to evacuate people on wheelchair if the lifts is not working or if the stairway is not accessible because of smoke and fire. All of these circumstances and more have to be planned for if the building evacuation is to be successful. That is where preparedness in Supplemental Evacuation comes into play. It is not a luxury but risks reduction strategy in tackling the perceived difficulties and problems of building evacuation. For more information, please visit our website: www.escapeconsult.biz

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