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  • Equipment - First Aid
    Us Customer Service Product Sitemap Category Sitemap Advanced Search Orders and Returns My Account My Wishlist My Cart Checkout Blog Calendar Log In Contact Us 043 3349611 0 item s 0 00 You have no items in your shopping cart 0 Search Search Phoenix Safety Training Services Healthcare Nursing Homes Hospitals Evacuation Aids Ruth Lee Ciglow Extinguishers Fire Safety Training Evacuation Aids First Aid Training Equipment Health Safety Training Equipment Categories Healthcare Nursing Homes Hospitals Evacuation Aids Ruth Lee Ciglow Extinguishers Fire Safety Training Evacuation Aids First Aid Training Equipment Health Safety Training Equipment Home First Aid Equipment Equipment 4 Item s Show 12 24 48 View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price H S A First Aid Kit 1 10 Persons 30 00 Add to Cart Details H S A First Aid Kit 11 25 Persons 42 00 Add to Cart Details H S A First Aid Kit 26 50 Persons 52 00 Add to Cart Details Large First Aid Wall Mounted Cabinet 135 00 Add to Cart Details 4 Item s Show 12 24 48 View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Courses Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care BLS

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  • Health & Safety
    shopping cart 0 Search Search Phoenix Safety Training Services Healthcare Nursing Homes Hospitals Evacuation Aids Ruth Lee Ciglow Extinguishers Fire Safety Training Evacuation Aids First Aid Training Equipment Health Safety Training Equipment Categories Healthcare Nursing Homes Hospitals Evacuation Aids Ruth Lee Ciglow Extinguishers Fire Safety Training Evacuation Aids First Aid Training Equipment Health Safety Training Equipment Home Health Safety Health Safety 7 Item s Show 12 24 48 View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Jollyback Chair The Jolly Back Chair is an innovative 275 78 Add to Cart Details Ergo Kneeler The ErgoKneeler an innovative dynam 283 80 Add to Cart Details OneLeg The OneLeg is an ergonomically designe 78 98 Add to Cart Details Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 1 Module 1 Meeting the requirements of Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 2 Module 2 Developing a Safety Managem Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential and Social Care Module 3 Module 3 Hazard Identification and R Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 4 Module 4 Accident Incident Managem

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  • Training - Health & Safety
    Safety Training Equipment Categories Healthcare Nursing Homes Hospitals Evacuation Aids Ruth Lee Ciglow Extinguishers Fire Safety Training Evacuation Aids First Aid Training Equipment Health Safety Training Equipment Home Health Safety Training Training 12 Item s Show 12 24 48 View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Accident Investigation This course is designed to equip parti Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential and Social Care Module 3 Module 3 Hazard Identification and R Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 2 Module 2 Developing a Safety Managem Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 1 Module 1 Meeting the requirements of Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care In recent years there has been an incr Request A Quote Details Risk Assessment Course designed to train participants Request A Quote Details Manual Handling This course will provide participants Request A Quote Details Safety Awareness This course designed to equip learners Request A Quote Details Safety Statement Workshop The safety health and welfare at work Request A Quote Details Office Safety Course designed

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  • Equipment - Health & Safety
    My Cart Checkout Blog Calendar Log In About Us Customer Service Product Sitemap Category Sitemap Advanced Search Orders and Returns My Account My Wishlist My Cart Checkout Blog Calendar Log In Contact Us 043 3349611 0 item s 0 00 You have no items in your shopping cart 0 Search Search Phoenix Safety Training Services Healthcare Nursing Homes Hospitals Evacuation Aids Ruth Lee Ciglow Extinguishers Fire Safety Training Evacuation Aids First Aid Training Equipment Health Safety Training Equipment Categories Healthcare Nursing Homes Hospitals Evacuation Aids Ruth Lee Ciglow Extinguishers Fire Safety Training Evacuation Aids First Aid Training Equipment Health Safety Training Equipment Home Health Safety Equipment Equipment 3 Item s Show 12 24 48 View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Jollyback Chair The Jolly Back Chair is an innovative 275 78 Add to Cart Details Ergo Kneeler The ErgoKneeler an innovative dynam 283 80 Add to Cart Details OneLeg The OneLeg is an ergonomically designe 78 98 Add to Cart Details 3 Item s Show 12 24 48 View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Courses Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care BLS for Healthcare Providers Chemical Awareness Emergency First Aid

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  • Ski Sled Emergency Patient Evacuation
    Qty Add to Cart OR Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details The Ski Sled is easily removed from its own wall mounted wipe clean storage bag in an emergency by pulling the velcro flap It is ideally suited for patient resident or immobile person with a high body mass with a manufacturer s recommended maximum load of 160kg with a minimum of 2 rescuers using the Ski Sled The Ski Sled has a safe load tested weight of up to 240kg which is considerably higher than most of the similar products currently on the market You should liaise with your manual handling advisor about forming a policy on how many staff should be available to use this product The occupant is simply transferred to the Ski Sled by rolling them to their side placing the Ski Sled beneath them and the mattress if on bed then rolling them back onto the sled wrapped in their bedding and secured with the 3 seat belt style straps and can then be quickly pulled to safety The foam pad and the internal nylon support struts give protection to the occupant from bumps and bruises it is ideal for use in nursing homes or hospitals as well as many other environments such as schools offices hotels etc where non ambulant people such as wheelchair users require assistance to evacuate from a building It is relatively easy to transfer someone from a wheelchair onto a Ski Sled requiring no direct lifting The tough slippery base material enables the occupant to be moved easily over virtually any surface indoors or outdoors The narrow width and flexibility of the Ski Sled allows the occupant to be slid through standard doorways along twisting corridors Horizontal Evacuation

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  • AlbacMat
    is approximately 30cm larger than Standard AlbacMat in the torso area this can accommodate additional bedding for people living with brittle bones to give extra protection The AlbacMat is a wall mounted wipe clean flexible stretcher with full CE Certification that can be used to evacuate patient resident or immobile person The immobile person is simply transferred to the AlbacMat wrapped in their bedding if in bed and secured with the 3 fluorescent yellow velcro straps and can then be quickly pulled to safety The AlbacMat give protection to occupant from bumps and bruises and is ideal for use in nursing homes or hospitals as well as many other environments such as schools offices hotels etc and by the emergency services for casualty rescue The AlbacMat has 3 carry handles on each side plus the handles at the head and feet allow for 6 to 8 rescuers carriage the occupant if required The AlbacMat is a red nylon sheet bonded to a tough insulated polypropylene base board that enables the occupant to be moved easily over virtually any surface such as carpet vinyl concrete bitumen and grass making it simple and easy for rescuers while being comfortable for the occupant It has a foot rest pocket and thermal blanket for the comfort and security of the occupant The narrow width and flexibility of the AlbacMat allows the occupant to be slid through standard doorways along twisting corridors Horizontal Evacuation and down narrow stairs Vertical Evacuation Safe load tested to 500kg with a manufacturer s recommended maximum load of 120kg with a minimum of 2 rescuers using the AlbacMat You should liaise with your manual handling advisor about forming a policy on how many staff should be available to use this product There is a holder for the AlbacMat that can

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  • Ski Pad, Emergency Evacuation Equipment
    30 50 Required 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

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  • Health and Safety Management in Residential Care
    safe environment for staff service users and others who may visit the facility makes sense for other reasons including financial and reputational This course will equip employers and managers with the skills and processes to manage all aspects of their safety health and welfare commitments Request A Quote Company Name Personal Name Phone Email Refresh Enter the text above Required Fields Submit Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details Course Aims To provide managers in residential care with a comprehensive understanding of the health and safety legislation in Ireland i e the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 the Safety Health and Welfare at Work General Application Regulations 2007 and other regulations relevant to residential care To provide the aforementioned managers with a detailed understanding of the key processes documentation etc to achieve statutory compliance Course Objectives Managers who complete the course will have an understanding of their statutory requirements and be able to put in place the various components in their facility to achieve compliance Pre Course Requirements None Course Programme This three day modular course covers all aspects of health and safety management including Module 1 Meeting the requirements of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and associated regulations This one day course provides managers in residential care with a working knowledge of health and safety legislation in Ireland i e the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and associated regulations in particular that which is relevant to residential care facilities Module 2 Developing a Safety and Health Management System in Residential Care This half day course provides managers with the knowledge to enable them combine the various elements of health and safety management into an integrated structured system together with the some tools to review performance Module 3 Hazard Identification and risk assessment processes in residential care Hazard identification and risk assessment are at the core of safety management This half day course will take course participants on a step by step journey through the process identifying the various sources of information available within a residential care environment Module 4 Accident Incident Management in Residential Care Accident Incidents occur in all care facilities from time to time despite the presence of what we believe to be robust controls When an accident incident occurs and a resident staff member or other person is injured or worse this can have a devastating effect on all concerned yet those on duty be they management or staff are expected to deal with the accident incident in a professional manner This one day course will assist managers put a policy and procedure in place to guide management in managing an accident incident in the immediate aftermath as well as the medium and long term is hugely important not just for legal reasons but from a financial ethical and reputational perspective Each of the above modular courses will focus on residential care taking practical examples of the hazards risks and incidents

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