Updated T2P website

The Train2Protect website has recently been updated and moved to its new home at www.t2p.co.uk, making it easier to find and remember us.

As a specialist in providing ‘Life Safety’ training, consultancy and equipment supply, you will now find an ever increasing amount of PPE products on our site including: disposable aprons, hand sanitiser, safety goggles and visors with FFP2, FFP3 disposable respirator masks coming shortly.

First aid bags and other assorted specialist medical bags have moved to sister website bestmedicalbags.co.uk

debit and credit card payments are now via Stripe which should give a much smoother checkout experience for our customers.

Please visit our new sites and help us to provide you with a great experience by giving us feedback. Watch for our website posts and updates which will now automatically feed to our T2P social media platforms so you will always be kept up to date with our latest products and offers, alternatively why not sign up now to receive them direct to your inbox?

Evacuation Chair Servicing

evacuation chair servicing and maintenance

Regular evacuation chair servicing and inspection plays a key role in facilitating the safe evacuation of your building.evacuation chair servicing and maintenance

The Provision and Use of Works Equipment Regulations 1998 requires that people and companies who own, operate or have control over work equipment ensure that this equipment is:

  • suitable for the intended use
  • safe for use, maintained in a safe condition and inspected to ensure it is correctly installed and does not subsequently deteriorate
  • used only by people who have received adequate information, instruction and training

To help clients meet these legal requirements, we offer a range of contracts including one-off and multi-year to ensure your evacuation chairs remain fully operational, meet legal obligations and are always ready for use.

Manual Evacuation Chairs

Our maintenance checks include:

  • Full deployment
  • Visual and manual inspections
  • Minor parts replacement
  • Stair test
  • Chairs labelled and notification date

 Motorised Stair-climbing Evacuation Chairs

Our maintenance checks include:

  • Full deployment
  • Wheelchair attachment (where appropriate)
  • Full inspection of all parts and mechanical operation
  • Batteries and charger tested
  • Connections tested
  • Stair test
  • Equipment labelled

We offer discount for multiple chairs.

For more information or to book a service call us on: 0800 0438827 or contact us

Mental Health First Aid

One in four people in the UK will have a mental health problem at some point in their lifetime.

Whether work is causing the health issue or aggravating it, employers have a legal responsibility to help their employees.

Train2Protect are proud to announce that we are now accredited to deliver various Mental Health First Courses to help employers meet their legal requirements.

Courses on offer include the following regulated courses • Level 1 Award in Awareness of First Aid for Mental Health in the workplace – 1/2 day. • Level 2 Award in First Aid for Mental Health in the workplace – 1 day. • Level 3 Award in Supervising First Aid for Mental Health in the workplace – 2 days. We can also offer a number of unregulated bespoke courses.

Delivery can take place at our training facility in Rochester or on-site at your location if you’d prefer. For more information please do not hesitate to contact us free on 0800 0438827 or email info@t2p.co.uk

Evacuation Chair – SALE

We have a limited number of evacuation chairs to clear with up to 40% discount, See offers below:

Evacusafe standard evacuation chair


Award Winning Train2Protect

Award Winning Train2Protect collects award

Award winning training provider
                             Rail Partnership award 2018                                        Highly Commended SME of  the year

Wow, what a year for Award Winning Train2Protect, 3 nominations, 3 finalists and one award! Train2Protect are proud to have been nominated for the following awards:

Rail Partnership Awards –  2 nominations: Safety, SME of the year

Construction News awards –  Training excellence (In partnership with Network rail)

Having been nominated and successfully having made the finalists list for all 3 nominations, we successfully walked away with the award for “Highly Commended SME” in the SME of the year category.

A Very proud moment for Train2Protect and its MD Anthony Jolliffe.

Our nominations come after we successfully developed and delivered the Safety & Immediate Treatment (SIT) course for Network Rail. The course was designed to deliver training to members of Network rails staff to highlight safety issues and how to avoid them and enable them to deliver Immediate treatment in the event of an incident.

Based around the family, the SIT course gives people the skills to assist in an emergency whether with their home, play or work family.

New addition to the Train2Protect team – Fire trailer

Fire Trailer for fire training

Train2Protect are always pleased to welcome new members and non so much as our new fire trainer. FIONA Trailer has served in the Royal navy for over 15years before retiring. Retirement is no time to rest and we at Train2Protect intend to use FIONA’s capabilities to assist us in training clients Fire wardens and Fire safety staff across the UK.

Fire Trailer for fire training

FIONA or FIre-ONA Trailer, Live fire fighting training for fire wardens 


NHS Acid Attack Guidance

Burns caused by acid, alkaline or caustic chemicals can be very damaging and need immediate medical attention.

Call 999 and ask for urgent help.

Immediate first aid

After calling 999, to help prevent severe injuries from a chemical burn:

  • try to carefully remove the chemical and any contaminated clothing
  • rinse the affected area using as much clean water as possible

Remove the chemical and affected clothing

Try to remove the chemical and contaminated clothing from contact with the skin and eyes, but be very careful not to touch or spread the chemical as this could lead to further injuries to the victim or the person helping them.

Use gloves or other protective materials to cover hands and, if possible, carefully cut away clothing such as T-shirts, rather than pulling them off over the head.

Do not wipe the skin as this may spread contamination.

If the chemical is dry, brush it off the skin.

Rinse continuously with clean water

Rinse the affected area continuously with clean water as soon as possible to remove any residual chemical.

Try to make sure the water can run off of the affected area without pooling on the skin and potentially spreading the chemical to a wider area.

Only use water – do not rub or wipe the area.

Stay on the phone until the ambulance arrives and follow any other advice given by the 999 call handler to avoid further injury.

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