WHAT IS THIS PRODUCT?
The Handi Lift Walk Belt for Ambulance Services was specifically developed as an ambulance service belt.
The Belts have two adjustable buckles at the front, and four large padded vertical webbing handles.
WHO IS THIS PRODUCT SUITABLE FOR?
This product is used to help frail people stand and walk. Depending on the person, one or two carers can support the person while standing and walking by holding onto the handles. The people using this belt may be being carer for at home, or in assisted living, aged care nursing home, skilled nursing facility, or hospital.
BRIEF INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Place the belt around the person and attached the hook and loop tape. Fasten so that it is comfortable, either around the waist or under the arms. With correct training, the Carers can then use the belt to help someone stand up and walk.
WHAT IS THIS PRODUCT MADE FROM?
Nylon, webbing, hook and loop tape.
Consider taking advice from a Therapist to make sure this product is right for you.
ALTERNATIVE OR RELATED PRODUCTS
Item # 516AS – Waist circumference from 38cm to 140cm, 15″ to 55″
STOCK KEEPING UNIT (SKU)
Waist circumference from 15″ to 55″.
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GLOBAL TRADE ITEM NUMBER (GTIN)
Wipe clean or machine or hand wash.
MAXIMUM WASHING TEMPERATURE
80°C / 176°F.
Use a mild hospital disinfectant and wipe cleaner, or use a detergent for washing. Do not use fabric softener.
Air dry in the shade. Alternatively, tumble dry on a cool temperature and make sure the drum is cool.
Only use and store the product when it is dry.
Manual Handling Warning: Take guidance from your manual handling advisor or physical therapist to make sure you use this product in a safe way. These products are design to help with manual handling tasks, and should never be relied on as an alternative to correct manual handling and techniques.
How to thread a buckle: It is vital that a buckle is threaded on the webbing strap correctly. Incorrect fitting could result in the product not performing as expected, and may put the users at risk of injury. Click here to see our video demonstrating how to thread a new buckle onto the webbing.