Bariatric EVACMAT

Bariatric EVACMAT

NEW-EVACMAT
(Part of the “SKI” range of products)The Bariatric EvacMat is designed to assist emergency services personnel or designated moving and handling staff to evacuate bariatric patients or people from locations such as a hospital ward or other public or private buildings in the event of an emergency. MULTIPLE GRIP HANDLES FOR EASIER MANEUVERABILITY . Can assist with the horizontal or vertical evacuation of Bariatric Service Users.

PERFECT FOR BARIATRIC SURGICAL CENTER PATIENT EVACUATION

  • Tough slippery base enables Service Users to be moved over any surface – indoor or outdoor
  • Service User is securely held and cocooned in place
  • Coloured code cross straps
  • Four side ladder handles and short positioning handles
  • Head and foot ladder handles
  • Four anchor points
  • Easy clean after use

Bariatric EvacMat features on Channel 5’s Bigger Big Body Squad

Published on by Michelle Williams

The Bariatric EvacMat, which is the original product from our Bariatric Equipment Range has recently made an appearance on Channel 5’s Bigger Big Body Squad. This product evolved from our original evacuation equipment range, which includes Ski Sheets, Ski Pads, & AlbacMat  all of which have a safe working load of up to 160kg.

It was agreed that we had to look at alternatives for bariatric patients & residents and in conjunction with Bradford Hospital and West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, we developed the Bariatric EvacMat which can cope with up 350kg, more than twice the weight of the conventional products.

The series follows the massive efforts of the special ‘Big Body teams’ tasked with taking up the increasing strain on medical and emergency services, caused by the ever expanding waistline of its service users, whilst telling the stories of those that they help.

The Episode ‘Off The Scale’, series 3 episode 3, features County Durham and Darlington Fire & Rescue Service undertaking training in how to evacuate a bariatric individual from various complex situations – all of which use the Bariatric EvacMat.

If you missed this episode and would like to watch it to see the EvacMat in action, it is available now from Channel 5’s ‘Demand 5’ until June 2015.