We consider a disordered Su-Schrieffer-Heeger model. In such a system a transition between topological phases is also possible by changing the strength of the disorder. The critical point of this phase transition coincides with the delocalization of the zero energy state, while in its neighbourhood we observe a wide area without the energy gap. The main part of our work is devoted to the study of slow Hamiltonian quenches over the previously mentioned critical point. During the quench, excitations in the conduction band appear with their number scaling as a power law of the quench speed with a logarithmic correction. A power law scaling is also observed in the dependence of the highest excited electrons' energies on the quench speed. For slow enough quenches we find universal dependence of the number of excitations on time. We conclude with a detailed analysis of individual excitations and notice that the quenched state generally transitions to only two states in the conduction band.