Free To Be
Get Me Out Of Here!
Emergency Evacuation Workshop

In an emergency, can you safely evacuate people while protecting yourself from injury?

The Get Me Out of Here!™ workshop will teach you how to assist evacuees with varying levels of mobility while helping prevent an injury to yourself.

This experiential program teaches two levels of skill that must become instinctive to be effective in emergencies: good body moves and specific evacuation procedures.

Get Me Out of Here! Participant ManualIn the Get Me Out of Here!™ workshop you will:


  • the “7 Steps to Effective Body Moves”
  • unique evacuation techniques using no equipment
  • how to include props to support and protect you

Practice moving people who:

  • are disoriented or confused
  • need help standing or walking
  • are on the floor
  • can’t manage stairs
  • are wheelchair dependent
  • are in bed

The Get Me Out of Here!™ workshop will help your organization comply with the Worker’s Compensation Board WCB regulations to reduce the risk of injury to workers. It is adaptable to fit employee needs and is suitable for staff in health care, emergency services, industry and tourism.

Contact Free to Be to arrange a workshop.

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Workshops Participants Speak: Read testimonials from the Get Me Out of Here!™ workshop.

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“The principles outlined in Get Me Out of Here!™ should be standard, and on-going training for all members of the health care profession. Our duty of care, for both staff and clients, must include the means to move them out of harm’s way with minimal risk of injury. This training can do just that.”

Scott Blessin
Fire Management Coordinator
Vancouver Coastal Health Authority

“Everyone learned a lot and had fun… I can’t walk behind a wheelchair now without having the urge to tip it over backwards… why??? Just because I can!!!”

Sue Higginbotham
Director of Care, Rosewood Manor

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