Omeo Training


CCD Disabilities Agencies Responsibilities

Agents are crucial members of the Omeo team. They are in many locations and are ready to assist you and ensure that you get the best out of your Omeo.

As Agents are typically Omeo owners and users themselves, they are knowledgeable and will likely understand your needs, all at no extra cost to you.

CCD Disabilities Obligations

  • Responding to your initial inquiries
  • Identifying your needs and how the Omeo could fit into your lifestyle
  • Arranging a demo and trial
  • Completing a pre-order assessment to be a competent and safe user,
  • Scoping out a suitable induction training programme, and ongoing training if necessary.
  • Determining the need for customisations and/or additional items (height and leg measurements for Seat and Footrest height and placement; weight; colour; LHS/RHS for Controls and Joystick; Off-Road Kit; Travel Cover)
  • Explaining the Warranty and Purchase Agreement terms and conditions
  • Assisting you to place your order online (below)
  • Liaising with you throughout the build and shipping
  • Delivering your Omeo to you, or arranging to be with you on delivery
  • Induction and up to 3 hours of initial training in the use of your new Omeo.
  • Ongoing coaching (available at additional cost)
  • After-sales service and advice
  • Becoming an active member of the Omeo Community.

More detail

The Omeo is a hands-free personal mobility device that steers by leaning the upper body in the direction of travel (or can be controlled via handgrip or joystick). Wider deep-tread tyres are available for off-road use. Good dynamic sitting balance and trunk control is required for use.

There Omeo body is constructed from high density polyethylene and is water resistant* Security features:

The Omeo can only be started with a remote control, and will switch off automatically if the operator "falls o

This mobility device exceeds 10km/hour in speed and as such, operation may. not be allowed on footpaths. Check with the supplier and/or local state roads Authority to confirm procedures and rules for these mobility devices.

Wheelchair spaces
All new Canberra buses feature special 'kneeling suspension' and a ramp to provide easy access for less mobile passengers.

There are spaces for two wheelchairs on the new buses. These will accommodate most manual and electric wheelchairs with maximum length 1250mm, maximum width 750mm, maximum turning circle1500mm and maximum weight 200kg.

For safety reasons, passengers in wheelchairs are advised to face the back of the bus, bracing their wheelchair against the side of the space, applying the brakes and securing the seat belt of the wheelchair.

Wheelchair accessible buses display a blue and white wheelchair sign on the front of the bus, and on the easy access door.

Transport Requirements
Occupied Wheelchair in a Car 

A person sitting in a wheelchair within a car or van requires certification and RMS (Roads and Maritime Services) approval for the wheelchair and occupants restraint system where the wheelchair or occupant are restrained to the vehicle structure. RMS approval is not required for a postural support, such as a harness, that is only attached to the wheelchair and not to the vehicle.

Wheelchair Restraints
When transporting a person in a wheelchair in a car or van, both the occupant and the wheelchair require a Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) approved restraint system. The wheelchair and the occupant need to be separately secured to the vehicle itself.
RMS approval is not required for a postural support, such as a harness that supports the user in the wheelchair but is not part of the vehicle restraint system. 

The use of a headrest is not legally required but strongly recommended. Easily detachable, folding headrests which fit a wheelchair with standard push handles are available. Contact the supplier or refer to section Wheelchair, Scooter, Cushions, ramps / Postural Supports - Seating System: Restraint+Head+Back+Seats


Whcilst all care is taken to provide accurate information with respect to the item described, CCD Disabilities is not involved in product design or manufacture, and therefore not in a position to guarantee the accuracy of the information provided. Selection of equipment, which is both suitable and appropriate for individual needs remains the responsibility of the person(s) considering requisition, and no responsibility is taken by CCD Disabilities for any loss or injury caused through use of the equipment or alleged to have arisen through reliance upon information provided. As information is subject to change any enquiries should be directed to the manufacturer.

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