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our product - ingstrom escape chute - industrial application
industrial application
With the Occupational Health & Safety legislation and the Disability Discrimination Act now in place, owners of industries and employers must not only provide a safe working environment but also a safe means of access and egress for all occupants (employees and visitors) of buildings (offices, facilities, plants and factories). Plant managers must also provide adequate means of quick emergency egress for high-hazard occupancies is an important part of this legal obligation. In the event of a hazard in the workplace at tall structure, in the workstation at equipment and machine of considerable height, workers have a right to egress quickly, which is the responsibility of employers.

Apart from stairs, ladders, rope-descending devices that are traditional used for emergency egress in industrial facilities, a quicker way down to escape from immediate danger for workers working in high-hazard occupancies is the used of escape chute. Escape chute is a reusable preparedness solution to help workers working at considerable height on structure, equipment and machine to get down quickly in the event of a hazardous situation. Escape chutes are used by industrial facilities, such as grain silos, process plants, oil cracking towers, offshore oil rigs, ferries, control towers, shuttle launch pad, mining shovels, overhead cranes, etc for emergency exiting. A safety escape chute can makes a huge difference in the potential survivability where a worker could be trapped at height in an emergency situation with no other means of escape or rescue.