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  • Nursing Homes - Healthcare
    261 50 Remove This Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 3 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Checkout My Cart 49 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 Healthcare Nursing Homes Nursing Homes Items 1 to 12 of 22 total Show 12 24 48 Page 1 2 Next View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Ski Sheets The Ski Sheet allows non ambulant imm 68 50 Add to Cart Details Modular Falls Mat The Modular Falls Mat has been designe 397 54 1 Review s Add to Cart Details Bariatric Mat The Bariatric EvacMat is a wall mounte 653 89 Add to Cart Details Albac Mat Holder Holds four AlbacMats underneath each o 33 75 Add to Cart Details CIG BLD Stainless Steel Bollard Stainless Steel Bollard with a self co 867 80 Add to Cart Details CIG TR Recessed Ciglow Lighter The CIG TR Cigarette Lighter has been 378 90 Add to Cart Details ResQmat The ResQmat comes with full CE Certifi 535 94 Add to Cart Details Ski Sled In an emergency the SKI SLED is quickl 548 47 Add to Cart Details Ski Pad The Ski Pad allows non ambulant immob 358 00 1 Review s Add to Cart Details AlbacMat A flexible stretcher that can be used 306 88 Add to Cart Details Smokers Apron Large area of protection and side pane 158 10 1 Review s Add to Cart Details Ciglow SS The CIG SS and CIG SST are

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  • Nursing Homes - Healthcare
    3 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Checkout My Cart 49 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 Healthcare Nursing Homes Nursing Homes Items 21 to 22 of 22 total Show 5 10 15 20 25 Page Previous 1 2 View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan Learn More Request A Quote 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

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  • Nursing Homes - Healthcare
    offices hotels etc where non ambulant people such as wheelchair users require assistance to evacuate from a building It is relatively easy to transfer a wheelchair user from their wheelchair onto a Ski Pad requiring no direct lifting The Ski Pad has been designed for use in confined areas with limited space such as buildings with narrow corridors or single width fire doors Learn More 358 00 1 Review s Add Your Review Add to Cart Details AlbacMat A flexible stretcher that can be used to evacuate immobile people from nursing homes hospitals airplanes trains pubs clubs or even schools and hotels in the event of a fire or similar emergency Learn More 306 88 Add to Cart Details Smokers Apron Large area of protection and side panels to prevent cigarettes etc from slipping between chair and smoker Learn More 158 10 1 Review s Add Your Review Add to Cart Details Ciglow SS The CIG SS and CIG SST are wall mounted stainless steel Ciglow lighter units which are totally weatherproof and suitable for both indoor and outdoor use The units are ideal for use in factories warehouses and secure facilities such as nursing homes prisons psychiatric hospitals and similar situations Comes with our long life screw in element CIG SL as standard Learn More 593 30 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 Evac 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

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  • Evacuation Aid Training
    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 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 The safety of staff and visitors The safe use of evacuation aids Course Objective To train staff in the safe use of evacuation aids such as Ski Sheets Ski Pads Ski Sleds AlbacMats and Bariatric EvacMat Pre Course Requirements None Course Programme Evacuation procedure training Description and limitations of the evacuation aids Training Methods Practical use of evacuation aids transfer and securing person on evacuation aid manoeuvring evacuation aid along escape route and downstairs maintenance and storage of the evacuation aid Who Should Attend This Course Anyone responsible for transferring a person from their personal wheelchair or a bed into an evacuation aid People moving handling trainers Building users with PEEP s not within care in a healthcare building Certification Valid For 1 year Course Materials N A Duration 3 x 1 Hour Training Session or 6 x 1 Hour Training Session Maximum learners 10 Per Training Session Additional Information Each learner will get practical experience in the use of evacuation aids in a controlled environment A rescue training dummy is used to ensure the safety of staff and encourage maximum partitions The type of emergency evacuation procedure required will normally be decided when a building was designed This decision will be made based on the layout of the building the fire safety measures available and the planned usage of the building The evacuation plan should be developed based on the needs of the usages of the building This plan should outline the roles and responsibilities of staff for evacuations It must include building floor plans details of evacuation equipment and routes and procedures for visitors who may need assistance during evacuation A Generic Emergency Evacuation Plan GEEP can be used to put a general plan in place for people with different types of disabilities A Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan PEEP template can be used as the basis for a GEEP A PEEP is a useful for agreeing and documenting evacuation arrangements for employees or regular visitors to a building that may need some help in evacuation Develop an evacuation plan that considers the needs of all building users including people of all ages sizes abilities and disabilities Provide relevant staff with appropriate training to ensure that they can put the plan into practice as required Use realistic evacuation drills to test the effectiveness of the evacuation plan Review the evacuation plan periodically based on user feedback and other information to continuously improve the plan over time Related Products Ski Sheets 68 50 Add to Wishlist Add to

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  • Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan - Nursing Homes - Healthcare
    751 10 Recently added item s Remove This Item Edit item Evac E Pad 1 x 261 50 Remove This Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 3 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Checkout My Cart 49 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 Healthcare Nursing Homes Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan 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 Links Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan Required Fields 0 00 Qty Add to Cart Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Details PEEPS My Cart There are 49 items in your cart Cart Subtotal 16 751 10 Checkout Recently added item s Remove This Item Edit item Evac E Pad 1 x 261 50 Remove This Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 3 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Compare Products 22 Remove This Item Ski Sheets Remove This Item Ski Sled Remove This Item Ski Pad Remove This Item AlbacMat Remove This Item Smokers Apron Remove This Item Ciglow SS Remove This Item ResQmat Remove This Item CIG TR Recessed Ciglow Lighter Remove This Item CIG BLD Stainless Steel Bollard Remove This Item Ergo Kneeler Remove This Item Albac Mat Holder Remove This Item Buscot BabEvac Cot Remove This Item TabEvac Remove This Item Bariatric Mat Remove This Item Modular Falls Mat Remove This Item Body Recovery

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  • OneLeg Stool
    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 Oneleg is suitable for anyone from children of approximately 4 years of age to adults It is made from polyethylene and available in a wide range of very attractive colours Supplied with silicon seat and base covers which give non slip options which enables you to use the product on various different types of surface SPECIFICATIONS Weight 1 1kg Height 32cm Seat width

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  • Nursing Homes Accident / Incident Management in Residential Care
    place for management in a residential care facility to the event of an accident incident to a service user staff member or any other person in the facility The course will then proceed through the practical steps required in managing an accident incident from the time of occurrence using practical scenarios which can potentially occur at anytime 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 Details 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 service user 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 Immediate care will be required for those injured or otherwise affected Evidence will have to be protected The will be demands for information as to what happened and why from families management and perhaps in accidents incidents involving serious injury or death from the media Courses attendees will be equipped with the skills to develop and implement an accident incident management policy and procedure including all aspects of managing an accident incident in the immediate aftermath when one occurs and in short to medium term afterwards and in implementing corrective action to minimising the risk of recurrence in the long term The course will be interactive working through practical scenarios which can occur in residential care facilities Course content Taking a proactive approach to accident incident management a focus on prevention Why accidents incidents happen Accident causation common theories Developing an accident incident management policy and procedure What is an accident incident and what is a near miss Managing an accident incident in the immediate short medium and long term Accident Incident Reporting What to report and how to whom e g affected person family senior management HIQA Health and Safety Authority Gardai etc Responding to an incident accident when one occurs meeting the needs of an injured employee service user visitor Responding to an incident accident when one occurs ensuring the safety of others and minimising the risk of recurrence in the short term and long term Disclosure communicating with relevant parties injured party family Investigation of accident incident key principles and elements Key aspects of investigating an accident incident Collecting and protecting evidence in relation to the accident incident Statements of those involved witnesses etc A just fair approach to accident incident investigation A systems analysis approach Documenting the investigation process and report Implementation of learning from an accident incident towards minimising the risk of recurrence Who should attend Senior Management in Residential Care facility Clinical Nurse Managers Facilities Management Catering Housekeeping etc Human Resource Management Health and Safety Officers Certification Phoenix Safety Training Services Certification Duration 1 day Maximum number

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  • Meeting the requirements of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005
    the key provisions of the 2005 Act with a focus on residential care 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 Module 1 Meeting the requirements of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 Course Aims To provide 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 Course Objectives Managers will acquire an understanding of the relevant legislation and its components as well as an understanding of what is required to achieve ongoing compliance in terms of the key processes involved Pre Course Requirements None Course Programme The course will deal with the key provisions of the 2005 Act and associated regulations including Statutory requirements on employers and managers Statutory duty on employees What is meant by the term hazard What is meant by the term risk What is meant by the term risk assessment when must it be completed What is meant by the term a Safety Policy What is a Safety Statement What is meant by the term a safe place of work What is meant by the term a safe system of work How far must a manager to go to ensure that a safe place of work or safe system of work the term reasonably practicable What is meant by the term competent person How the Act applies to persons other than employees How the Act applies to contractors such as cleaning catering building etc Statutory requirements in relation to certain categories of workers e g night and shift workers pregnant workers etc What are the statutory requirements in relation to consultation with employees Training Methods PowerPoint presentation Workshop Short questionnaire Who Should Attend This Course Health and Safety Manager Health and Safety Officers Fire Safety Managers Clinical Nurse Managers Maintenance Facilities Manager Catering Housekeeping Manager etc Training Quality Accreditation and Risk Managers Human Resources Managers Line Managers Supervisors Certification Valid For 3 years Course Materials Full colour handout Duration 7 Hours Maximum learners 16 Additional Information Their is a wide range of what can be termed health and safety legislation in Ireland which applies to all work settings not least the residential care setting The principal legislation is the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 together with associated regulations such as the 2007 General Application regulations which deals with workplaces work equipment manual handling night and shift work etc all of which have relevance to health and social care settings Other regulations which have applicablility to such settings deal with biological agents and chemical agents The establishment of HIQA and the introduction of the National Quality Standard for Residential Care Settings for Older Persons in Ireland further emphasised the need for compliance with health and safety requirements Apart from Standard

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