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  • Hospitals - Healthcare
    easily removed from its wall mounted bag The individual is then transferred onto the Evac E Pad secured with the two cross straps and moved to a safe area The Pad has a low friction durable vinyl base which helps it to move over most interior and exterior surfaces It has a foot pocket at one end and has plastic safety buckles to secure the individual Learn More 261 50 Add to Cart Details Ski Slide Pad The Ski Slide Pad has evolved from one of our best known products the Ski Pad Designed for use in areas of restricted space such as congested hospital wards care homes and other buildings with narrow corridors and or single width fire doors The main feature of the Ski Slide Pad is the built in slide sheet which is fitted on both sides of the pad for ease of transfer from bed floor onto the pad this is especially useful for individuals who require greater assistance during the transfer process The slide sheets can also be used as an extra cover where exterior evacuation is required In the event of an emergency the Ski Slide Pad is easily removed from its storage bag The individual is quickly transferred on to the Ski Slide Pad using the slide sheet and then secured onto the device with the seatbelt style straps The Ski Slide Pad s polyethylene base allows the pad to be pulled easily over most surfaces and is easy to control when going down a staircase Learn More 440 00 Add to Cart Details Evacuation Aid Training Safe evacuations depend on the skills and abilities of the staff involved in making evacuations happen Onsite staff play a critical role in making sure that everyone can get out of the building safely It is important that staff are trained and prepared to carry out their functions and that an evacuation policy is agreed written down and signed off by senior management This course train s learners in the safe use of evacuation aids All evacuation training is conducted with our training evacuation aids this ensure your emergency equipment is not damaged Learn More Request A Quote Details Ski Sheets The Ski Sheet allows non ambulant immobile patients or residents to be quickly and safely evacuated in event of an emergency The Ski Sheet remains in place under the persons mattress at all times attached to the underside of the mattress by elasticated corner loops allowing it to be instantly accessible the straps of the Ski Sheet are stored in pockets on the underside of the Ski Sheet when not in use The Ski Sheet is made from strong nylon for a low friction resistance and is easy to keep clean Please refer to the Ski Sheet leaflet for laundry instructions below In an emergency speed and time are vital elements in rapid evacuation the Ski Sheet is widely accepted as a vital evacuation aid it is ideal for use in hospitals and within residential

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  • Ski Sheets, Evacuation Sheet
    residential and social care units such as nursing homes Availability In stock 68 50 Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Options Please Select Ski Sheet Standard Ski Sheet Pocket Modified 4 88 Required Fields 68 50 Qty Add to Cart Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Details Features Easily accessible pockets for the storage of the cross straps Elastic corner straps for attaching securely to the underside of the mattress Long webbing pulling handles at each end Seat belt style metal buckles and webbing cross straps Also available with 2 additional handles on each side to ease manoeuvrability in the pocket modified Ski Sheet Attaching the Ski Sheet the mattress Simply lay the Ski Sheet on the base of the bed and place the mattress on the top Concertina the belts and store in the Ski Sheets easy to access pockets Attach the Ski Sheet to the mattress using the elastic corner loops Tuck in the end pulling handles at the foot and head of the mattress It is now ready for immediate use How to use the Ski Sheet The patient or resident is wrapped in their bedding to cocoon and protected them from bumps and bruises with the mattress reducing the risk of injury during the evacuation Pillows are place on the patients or resident s chest and legs before strapping to maximum comfort Pull the straps from there storage pockets easily located next to the corner elastic holding the Ski Sheet in place Fasten buckles over the patient or resident tighten straps as tight as possible forming mattress into U shape The patient or resident is now secured with the seat belt style straps Slide mattress off the bed using the cross straps Pocket Modified Ski Sheet Only or large loop pull handle at each end of the Ski Sheet There is no need to lift just guide and control the mattress foot or head end first off the bed and let gravity do the work Pull the patient or resident to safety once on the floor along the corridor Horizontal Evacuation and down stairs Vertical Evacuation On stairs the mattress is almost on the point of sliding so very little pull is required When going down stairs it is important to pull the Ski Pad feet first As Ireland Only Approved Training Provider Onsite Demonstrations and Certified Training Courses Can Be Arranged Contact Us For More Information Safe working load with 2 staff is a maximum of 120Kg staff mass equal or greater patient or resident The safe load test 160Kg staff mass equal or greater than patient or resident You should liaise with your manual handling advisor about forming a policy on how many staff should be available to use this product Ski Sheet Laundering To avoid cross contamination Ski Sheets should be washed each time the occupant of the bed changes or when new bed linen is fitted Washing and Drying Instructions Machine washable Do not bleach When laundering

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  • Ski Pad, Emergency Evacuation Equipment
    Fields 358 00 Qty Add to Cart Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Details The Ski Pad is easily removed from its own wall mounted wipe clean storage bag in an emergency by pulling the velcro flap The person is quickly transferred to the Ski Pad and secured in place with seatbelt style straps While being moved the person is protected by a 50mm thick foam pad The tough slippery vinyl coated base means that the Ski Pad moves easily over indoor and outdoor surfaces so the individual can be safely and quickly evacuated The Ski Pad can be manufactured individually for the varying requirements of customers For example Short Ski Pad is produced for children and a Double Thickness Ski Pad is made for individuals with brittle bones Please contact us for more information The Ski Pad has a tough slippery vinyl coated base that enables the occupant to be moved easily over virtually any surface indoors or outdoors Standard Features Durable vinyl coated base material enables the Ski Pad to move over virtually any interior floor surface 50mm foam pad provides protection for the user Seat belt style IMMI approved buckles metal and webbing straps Foot pocket at each end for ease of use Long webbing pulling handles at each end Wall mountable wipe clean bag Modification Features 3 Strap MRI Safe Double Size Short Ski Pad Short Ski Pad with Extra Strap Extra Long Buckle Strap Double Thickness How to use the Ski Pad In an Emergency the Ski Pad is quickly removed from its wall mountable storage bag The patient or resident can then be transferred on to the Ski Pad this can be performed either from bed floor chair Place feet within the foot pocket If pillows are available place on the patients or resident s chest and legs before strapping to maximum comfort Fasten buckles over the patient or resident tighten straps as tight as possible forming a U shape with the Ski Pad The patient or resident is now secured with the seat belt style straps Pull the patient or resident to safety on the floor along the corridor Horizontal Evacuation and down stairs Vertical Evacuation When going down stairs it is important to pull the Ski Pad feet first How to use the Ski Pad off a Bed In an Emergency the Ski Pad is quickly removed from its wall mountable storage bag The patient or resident is wrapped in their bedding to cocoon and protected them Place feet within the foot pocket Pillows are place on the patients or resident s chest and legs before strapping to maximum comfort Fasten buckles over the patient or resident tighten straps as tight as possible forming a U shape with the Ski Pad The patient or resident is now secured with the seat belt style straps Slide the Ski Pad off the bed using the large loop pull handle at each end of the Ski Pad There is no need to lift just guide

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  • Bariatric (Obese) Training Dummies - Hospitals - Healthcare
    Hospitals Evacuation Aids Ruth Lee Ciglow Extinguishers Fire Safety Training Evacuation Aids First Aid Training Equipment Health Safety Training Equipment Home Healthcare Hospitals Bariatric Obese Training Dummies More Views Bariatric Obese Training Dummies Quick Overview We now have two weights of bariatric manikin weighing in at 180Kg and the even larger 260Kg They are designed for a team of at least 4 6 people to rescue and are supplied complete with a carrying sheet pictured to assist in carrying and positioning the manikin flat out Availability In stock 2 237 14 Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Options Please Select 180kg 260KG 250 00 Required Fields 2 237 14 Qty Add to Cart Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Details We now have two weights of bariatric manikin weighing in at 180Kg and the even larger 260Kg They are designed for a team of at least 4 6 people to rescue and are supplied complete with a carrying sheet pictured to assist in carrying and positioning the manikin flat out Obesity is a very real problem in the UK and across the world and judging by government figures the problem is getting worse Rescue teams will need to consider how they will deal with casualties of this size and this dummy will enable realistic training to take place We have worked very hard to achieve a fluidity of movement with the weight rather than just producing a heavy lump so it is very realistic to work with The fluidity of movement is created by distributing the weight in 1 2 Kg weight in pockets across the surface of the dummy The Bariatric manikins are based around a 100Kg general purpose dummy with a further 5 layers over the top these being a mixture of the

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  • Ergo Kneeler
    pad and stool integrated into a single piece of equipment The ergonomic design alleviates the compression forces and postural discomfort associated with low working positions and promotes good spinal posture For maximum comfort the position of the stool is adjustable The ErgoKneeler aims to reduce the risk of cumulative strain and promote the comfort and musculoskeletal health of nurses midwives podiatrists orthotists therapists care workers educational staff and anyone who undertakes low working tasks Why low working is a problem It has long since been recognized that low working postures such as kneeling and squatting are very uncomfortable and potentially damaging The risk of injury and cumulative damage increases the longer that the position is sustained and the more frequently it is adopted Research now indicates that regular prolonged static kneeling or squatting increases the risk of developing osteoarthritis of the knees at an earlier age Where possible low working should be avoided but sometimes it is the only way that certain tasks can be carried out For many people for example nurses midwives care workers therapists orthotists podiatrists educational staff repetitive and sustained low working postures are an inherent aspect in their daily work How The ErgoKneeler can help The ErgoKneeler provides an option for managing the postural stresses and discomfort arising from unavoidable low working The ErgoKneeler s ergonomic design Supports the knees and ankles away from their end of range position reducing stress on muscles and joint structures Support to ankles frees the feet to move during kneeling promoting circulation Supports body weight alleviating the compression forces on the joints and tissues in the lower legs Cushions the knees against the hard floor The long mats provide protection and a clean kneeling surface for the entire length of the lower legs Positions the pelvis to promote natural

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  • OneLeg Stool
    is an ergonomically designed stool for working at low heights Originally designed for gardening and other outdoor tasks such as cleaning the car and other general maintenance jobs it has since been used in places such as schools nurseries and paediatric hospitals by teachers pupils nursing staff and young individuals Availability In stock 78 98 Qty Add to Cart OR Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details The unique base allows the user to rock and turn around and the stool will follow the movement whilst offering stability and therefore giving the user a wide radius to work within When using the OneLeg the muscles in the abdomen are constantly used which helps to improve the dynamic stability and co ordination of the back It allows a flexible and dynamic posture and this variation of back positions is extremely beneficial to the user Tilt and rotate about yourself in the unique curved foot OneLeg follow your movements and you will therefore have a large working radius Drop kneepad and spare your knees and back every time you have tasks in low elevations OneLeg stool is ideal for both children and adults in the garden and indoors at home and in many workplaces Give your back and knees a break Try the ergonomic OneLeg stool and feel the difference On the uniquely designed curved foot you can lean and rotate freely providing a large working radius without straining your back or knees For both indoor and outdoor use The silicone seat cover provides you with extra comfort and the possibility to lean even more without sliding on the seat Remember always to use the antislip for the foot indoors or on any slippery surface Made of weather resistant recycleable plastic

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  • Evacuation E-Pad
    The Evac E Pad is designed for the emergency evacuation of individuals to a safe area Ideal for use in confined spaces such as congested hospital wards and buildings with narrow corridors and staircases In an emergency the Evac E Pad is quickly and easily removed from its wall mounted bag The individual is then transferred onto the Evac E Pad secured with the two cross straps and moved to a safe area The Pad has a low friction durable vinyl base which helps it to move over most interior and exterior surfaces It has a foot pocket at one end and has plastic safety buckles to secure the individual Availability In stock 261 50 Qty Add to Cart OR Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details EVAC E PAD Specifications Packed 64cm x 63cm x 17cm Unrolled 198 cm x 68 6cm Padding 3 8cm Weight 3kg Safety tested to 160kg Safe working load 120kg two people Base Vinyl Top Polyurethane Onsite demonstrations and training packages are available please contact us for more details The Evac E Pad is designed for the emergency evacuation of individuals to a safe area Ideal for use in confined spaces such as congested hospital wards and buildings with narrow corridors and staircases Using the Evac E Pad In an Emergency the Evac E Pad is quickly removed from its wall mountable storage bag and placed beside the individual The individual is then transferred on to the Evac E Pad this can be performed from either bed floor chair Place feet within the foot pocket If pillows are available place these on the individuals leg and chest area for comfort once strapped in Secure the individual in place on the pad using the

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  • Ski Slide Pad
    of transfer from bed floor onto the pad this is especially useful for individuals who require greater assistance during the transfer process The slide sheets can also be used as an extra cover where exterior evacuation is required In the event of an emergency the Ski Slide Pad is easily removed from its storage bag The individual is quickly transferred on to the Ski Slide Pad using the slide sheet and then secured onto the device with the seatbelt style straps The Ski Slide Pad s polyethylene base allows the pad to be pulled easily over most surfaces and is easy to control when going down a staircase Availability In stock 440 00 Qty Add to Cart OR Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details Specifications Packed 75cm x 72cm x 10cm Unrolled 198cm x 60cm Padding 2 5cm Weight 5kg Safety tested to 180kg Safe working load 120kg for two people Base Polyethylene Top Polyurethane The main feature of the Ski Slide Pad is the built in slide sheet fitted on both sides of the pad for ease of transfer onto the pad Large foot pocket Polyethylene base allows the pad to be pulled easily over most interior and exterior surfaces 3 seatbelt style webbing cross straps and buckles metal The Ski Slide Pad and its bag can be wiped clean In an Emergency the Ski Slide Pad is quickly removed from its wall mountable storage bag The patient is then transferred on to the Ski Slide Pad using the attached slide sheets for ease of movement this can be performed from bed or floor Place feet within the foot pocket If pillows are available place these on the individuals leg and chest area for comfort once strapped

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