The Harvest Healthcare evacuation sheet is an effective way of transporting non-mobile persons in emergency situations. This sheet is designed to be attached to the underside of the single mattress at all times so when an evacuation is necessary the patient can be moved quickly, by being lowered onto the floor and moved to safety. The silicone coating on the bottom of the sheet enables quick, controlled and accurate manoeuvrability across all surface types.
Due to the lifesaving nature of these devices, it is recommended that a separate evacuation sheet is used for drills and training purposes. This will ensure that the sheet used in an emergency has been exposed to minimal wear and tear.
Please note: These sheets are not suitable for active mattresses (air mattress). If you require an evacuation sheet for an active mattress, please see the Evacuation Sheet for Active Mattress (Air Mattress).
|Brand||Harvest Health Care|
1880 x 840mm
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|Product Code: HVHTE001||
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3 customers have given this product an overall rating of 4.3 out of 5
Rating: 4 / 5 Stars
Published on: 30th March 2019
Rating: 4 / 5 Stars
easy fit good value for money. Quick service once ordered
Published on: 30th January 2018
Rating: 5 / 5 Stars
Excellent . Met all our expectations and easy to use. Excellent product and met all our expectations .During mock evacuation it was used to see how easy it was to use on carpet. Eventhough it did perform well , however staff felt it did not glide very well on carpet especially with teh weight of the patient on it. Would it also be better if the pulling strap is in one piece instead of being sewn to the material as there is a risk of tearing. But on the whole , it a very good product
Published on: 24th December 2013