Patient Handling Manikins



PATIENT HANDLING MANIKIN

A versatile manikin for all Health & Safety training within the Hospital and Care sector, including: early mobilisation, emergency evacuation and working with lifting/transfer/evacuation equipment and general moving and handling exercises. It is the perfect manikin to use during hospital emergency evacuation drills. 

Help your staff avoid the risks identified in the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 (Health and Safety at Work Act 1974) - train them to avoid the back injuries associated with unsafe, high risk moves by training with these realistic ‘patients’.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Now constructed in Polyester: conforms to BS EN ISO 6330), OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 and ISO 17050-1 - the new material is tough, safe to handle and very easy to clean.
  • Anatomically correct weight distribution gives the 'feel' of a real patient/client - adult size and 'real world' weight for realistic training.
  • The Patient Handling manikins totally eliminate the risk of the pinching associated with the joints of the plastic bodied manikins.
  • Supplied with washable, maroon Polyester overalls and soft feet.

Patient Handling Training Manikins Videos

 


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