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  • Services - Nursing Homes - Healthcare
    Customer Service Product Sitemap Category Sitemap Advanced Search Orders and Returns My Account My Wishlist My Cart 62 items Checkout Blog Calendar Log In Contact Us 043 3349611 62 items 21 118 95 Cart Subtotal 21 118 95 Recently added item s Remove This Item Edit item Evac E Pad 1 x 261 50 Remove This Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 4 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Checkout My Cart 62 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 Services Services 2 Item s Show 12 24 48 View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Emergency Management System Nursing Home Emergency Management Syst Request A Quote Details Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan Request A Quote Details 2 Item s Show 12 24 48 View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Courses Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and

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  • Emergency Management System
    on weaknesses We will also review emergency lighting exit signage escape routes exit ironmongery hold open devices and closures fire extinguishers fire doors fire shutters detection and alarm systems firefighting shafts and ventilation provisions sprinkler systems smoke control systems surface linings and cladding systems evacuation aids management plan management and staff training This will identify barriers such as structural layout of the building financial resources in house expertise and staffing levels we can ensure the most effective implementation of your evacuation strategy Internal Emergency Response Plan Sets out arrangements to be put in place should a major emergency such as a fire water loss power outage mechanical heating failure gas leak missing resident flood adverse weather conditions violent incident bomb threat suspect package treat etc The protocols outline step by step instructions for staff to follow when dealing with the emergency including how to assist the emergency services and deal with the media Fire Safety Policy and Strategy outlines roles and responsibilities from senior management level to frontline staff nurses and care assistants setting out principles on how fire safety is managed within your centre and what actions must be taken to address any shortcomings which may arise Unit fire plans and evacuation drawings designed as part of an induction pack for new staff and a resource for current staff The unit fire plans and evacuation drawings sets out the response to a fire within individual units Fire Safety Notices are displayed throughout the nursing home explaining the actions to be taken in the event of a fire for both visitors and staff Fire Safety Register and Fire Safety Daily Checklist Book these document are used to record the day to day management of fire safety in the nursing home The fire safety register is completely tailored to the nursing home and covers daily weekly monthly quarterly and yearly checks Code of Practice for Fire Precautions for Contractors this document ensures the safety of your residents and staff while contractors are onsite the document is given to contractors prior to any work taking place which they must comply in writing with the conditions set out in the code in the code of practice Fire Service Emergency Site Plan used by the fire service when dealing with an incident we assess the hazards that the Fire Service require to be identified and key locations such as oxygen storage areas gas and electrical isolation points by doing this it will free up staff onsite and allow the fire service to respond more effectively limiting any potential loss of life and damage to property We also put in place Policy for the Prevention and Control of Arson Policy for the Storage and Handling of Flammable Liquids Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans PEEP documentation for Emergency Evacuation Missing Resident and Hot Work Permits Develop and Define Action Plan The Emergency Management System is defined from information and knowledge gained through the Initial Review and Risk Assessments this then allows for the nursing home to provide

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  • Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan - Services - Nursing Homes - Healthcare
    Pad 1 x 261 50 Remove This Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 4 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Checkout My Cart 62 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 Services 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 62 items in your cart Cart Subtotal 21 118 95 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 4 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 Remove This Item Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan Remove This Item OneLeg Remove

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  • Equipment - Nursing Homes - Healthcare
    Item Edit item Evac E Pad 1 x 261 50 Remove This Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 4 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Checkout My Cart 62 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 Equipment Equipment Items 1 to 12 of 14 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 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 Ciglow SS The CIG SS and CIG SST are wall mounte 593 30 Add to Cart Details Smokers Apron Large area of protection and side pane 158 10 1 Review s Add to Cart Details AlbacMat A flexible stretcher that can be used 306 88 Add to Cart Details Ski Pad The Ski Pad allows non ambulant immob 358 00 1 Review s Add to Cart Details Ski Sled In an emergency the SKI SLED is quickl 548 47 Add to Cart Details OneLeg The

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  • Ski Slide Pad
    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 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 in then place the slide sheets over the individual Secure the individual in place on the pad using the seat belt style cross straps If on a bed slide the individual to the floor securely attached to the pad Using the end pulling handles the individual can be moved to a safe area When going down stairs it is important to pull the individual feet first The Ski Slide Pad has evolved 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 Features Built in slide sheet Pulling handle at each end Seat belt style webbing straps with metal buckles Wall mountable wipe clean storage bag A large foot pocket to prevent the individual sliding forward when going down stairs Onsite demonstrations and training packages are available contact us for more information Related Blog Posts Health and Safety in Residential Care My Cart There are 62 items in your cart Cart

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  • Evacuation E-Pad
    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 seat belt style straps If on a bed slide the individual to the floor securely attached to the pad Using the end pulling handles the individual can be moved to a safe area When going down stairs it is important to pull the individual feet first Features Durable vinyl coated base material enables the Evac E Pad to move over virtually any interior surface Foam pad provides protection

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  • OneLeg Stool
    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 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

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  • Modular Falls Mat
    problem has been heightened by the controversy surrounding the on going use of bed rails and restraints The Mat is manufactured from a high density integral skin and polyurethane foam and has been CE marked with the MHRA after successful testing for impact slip resistance and flammability by SATRA Technology Centre Each mat is produced in two sections which can be interlocked with hook and loop connectors and to minimise trip risks it has a tapered edge on all four sides To reduce cleaning and cross infections problems the mat has an anti bacterial coating which enables simple wiping down with a damp cloth and drying with a soft cloth or paper towel The Modular Falls Mat is manufactured in the United Kingdom and has indented carry handles on each side of each section Subject to a minimum order quantity the mats may be manufactured in a colour of your choice Section Dimensions 1015mm x 800mm x 30mm tapering Recommendations for safe use Carry the individual units by using one of the indented handles which are situated on the underside of the MFM Do not attempt to carry more than one MFM unit in each hand Store the MFMs in the heavy duty plastic bags provided ensuring that when the MFM is in use the bags are not left discarded where vulnerable children or adults could gain access to them Always lower the bed to the lowest setting before placing the MFM at the side of the bed When joining the MFM units together ensure that the Velcro joining straps underneath are securely fastened Ensure that there is no gap between the bed frame and the MFM Where possible wedge the MFM against the wheels legs of the bed to help keep the mat in position Once in place the weight of the attached units should mean that there is little movement on most types of floor surface The sloping sides of the MFM reduce the possibility of trips To clean the mats which have an anti bacterial coating wiping with a damp cloth should be sufficient The mats should then be dried with a paper towel or soft cloth before being stored away Ensure that all furniture or other objects are cleared from whichever side of the bed you are placing the MFM Consider covering floor at foot and head of bed as well as the side s If placing a wheelchair mobile shower chair commode on the MFM ensure that the wheels legs are placed centrally on the MFM to avoid the possibility of tipping on the anti trip sloping edges Avoid placing hot objects on the MFM to reduce the risk of marking Furniture with sharp feet and other sharp objects may damage the upper surface of the MFM The Mats should be checked regularly for marks and to ensure that the Velcro fasteners are in good condition The MFM is CE marked and registered with the Medicines Healthcare products Regulatory Agency MHRA and has been safely

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