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  • Training - Hospitals - Healthcare
    In Contact Us 043 3349611 70 items 23 832 76 Cart Subtotal 23 832 76 Recently added item s Remove This Item Edit item Evac E Pad 2 x 261 50 Remove This Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 5 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Checkout My Cart 70 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 Hospitals Training Training 4 Item s Show 12 24 48 View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Fire Evacuation Training for NonAcute and Acute Hospital Wards This course ensures all learners worki Request A Quote Details Fire Safety Procedures Children s Residential Units This course equips all learners workin Request A Quote Details Fire Evacuation Training for Non Acute and Acute Hospitals This course equips all learners workin Request A Quote Details Evacuation Aid Training Safe evacuations depend on the skills Request A Quote Details 4

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  • Fire Evacuation Training for NonAcute and Acute Hospital Wards
    and Acute Hospital Wards Fire Evacuation Training for NonAcute and Acute Hospital Wards Quick Overview This course ensures all learners working in an non acute hospital setting are aware of the appropriate fire evacuation procedures and techniques for their specific work location 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 Participants who have completed this course will have a good understanding of Actions to be taken in the event of a fire The theory of progressive horizontal evacuation The theory of delayed evacuation Course Content The actions to be taken on discovering a fire or hearing the fire alarm How to raise the fire alarm Questions and answers How to identify primary and secondary means of escape Responsibilities assigned to persons in the event of an evacuation Progressive Horizontal and Vertical Evacuation Procedures The appropriate use of evacuation aids on hospital ward Who should attend All hospital staff who work in a non acute hospital ward Assessment Learning is tested through demonstration of knowledge on an on going basis Certification Valid For 1 Year Duration 30 Minutes Maximum Learners 12 The Fire Services Act 1981 2003 imposes responsibilities on the person having control of premises to take all reasonable measures to guard against the outbreak of fire on such premises and to ensure as far as is reasonably practicable the safety of persons on the premises in the event of an outbreak of fire whether such outbreak has occurred or not My Cart There are 70 items in your cart Cart Subtotal 23 832 76 Checkout Recently added item s Remove This Item Edit item Evac E Pad 2 x 261 50 Remove This Item Edit item Modular Falls

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  • Fire Safety Awareness Children’s Residential Units
    Aids First Aid Training Equipment Health Safety Training Equipment Home Healthcare Hospitals Training Fire Safety Procedures Children s Residential Units Fire Safety Procedures Children s Residential Units Quick Overview This course equips all learners working in children s residential units with the information required to extinguish a fire in the workplace 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 Participants who have completed this course will have a good understanding of The chemistry spread and classes of fire Actions to be taken in the event of a fire The principles of fire prevention Safe use of fire extinguishers Course Content Chemistry spread and classes of fire First aid fire fighting equipment Fire prevention Evacuation procedures Demo on the use of fire extinguishers Who should attend All staff including unit managers social workers childcare workers kitchen staff Certification Phoenix Safety Training Services Certification of Attendance Certification Valid For 1 Year Duration 2½ hours Maximum Learners 12 The Fire Services Act 1981 2003 imposes responsibilities on the person having control of premises to take all reasonable measures to guard against the outbreak of fire on such premises and to ensure as far as is reasonably practicable the safety of persons on the premises in the event of an outbreak of fire whether such outbreak has occurred or not My Cart There are 70 items in your cart Cart Subtotal 23 832 76 Checkout Recently added item s Remove This Item Edit item Evac E Pad 2 x 261 50 Remove This Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 5 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Compare Products 23 Remove This Item Ski Sheets Remove This

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  • Fire Safety Procedures for Non-Acute and Acute Hospitals
    Equipment Health Safety Training Equipment Home Healthcare Hospitals Training Fire Evacuation Training for Non Acute and Acute Hospitals Fire Evacuation Training for Non Acute and Acute Hospitals Quick Overview This course equips all learners working in an acute or non acute hospital setting with the information required to extinguish a fire in the workplace 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 Participants who have completed this course will have a good understanding of The chemistry spread and classes of fire Actions to be taken in the event of a fire The principles of fire prevention Course Content Chemistry spread and classes of fire First aid fire fighting equipment Fire prevention within the a ward setting Evacuation procedures Questions and answers Who should attend All staff working in an acute or non acute hospital setting Certification Phoenix Safety Training Services Certification of Attendance Certification Valid For 1 Year Duration 1½ hours Maximum Learners The Fire Services Act 1981 2003 imposes responsibilities on the person having control of premises to take all reasonable measures to guard against the outbreak of fire on such premises and to ensure as far as is reasonably practicable the safety of persons on the premises in the event of an outbreak of fire whether such outbreak has occurred or not My Cart There are 70 items in your cart Cart Subtotal 23 832 76 Checkout Recently added item s Remove This Item Edit item Evac E Pad 2 x 261 50 Remove This Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 5 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Compare Products 23 Remove This Item Ski Sheets Remove This Item Ski

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  • Evacuation Aid Training
    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 Cart Ski Pad 358 00 Add to Wishlist Add to Cart My

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  • Equipment - Hospitals - Healthcare
    item Evac E Pad 2 x 261 50 Remove This Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 5 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Checkout My Cart 70 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 Hospitals Equipment Equipment 7 Item s Show 12 24 48 View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Ski Sheets The Ski Sheet allows non ambulant imm 68 50 Add to Cart Details Ski Pad The Ski Pad allows non ambulant immob 358 00 1 Review s Add to Cart Details Bariatric Obese Training Dummies We now have two weights of bariatric m 2 237 14 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 Evac E Pad The Evac E Pad is designed for the eme 261 50

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  • Ergo Kneeler
    the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details Moulded in polyurethane foam with active antibacterial properties the ErgoKneeler is a uniquely profiled kneeling 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 spinal curves reducing both static muscle tension and the stressing of spinal structures Facilitates positioning of the task close to the user reducing the need to reach forwards or stoop Optimum spinal posture can be achieved if the task is also raised to around the user s waist level for example a nurse elevating a client s leg on a limb support or low stool when carrying out leg dressings Enables the user to move between low kneeling half kneeling alternating sides and sitting The ability to make frequent changes to position whilst maintaining a balanced low working position throughout the task reduces the risk of any build up of the musculoskeletal stresses and strains that result from static kneeling which can lead to injury and long term damage Designed by a Chartered Physiotherapist and Back Care Adviser the ErgoKneeler is the result of collaborative working with Spectrum Healthcare UK Ltd and The Design Unit De Montfort University Leicester Related Blog Posts Health and Safety in Residential Care My Cart There are 70 items

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  • OneLeg Stool
    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 26cm Safety tested to 200kg Material Polyethylene UV Safe UV8

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