Fire Safety for Wheelchair Users at Work and at Home

By understanding their special evacuation needs, people with mobility impairments and first responders can improve their chances of evacuating their workplace or home safely. This brochure will emphasize the evacuation protocol for wheelchair users from these two areas. 

United Spinal Association.

Online version of guide
http://www.unitedspinal.org/pdf/WheelchairFireSafety.pdf

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