We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byLucia Rayson
Modified about 1 year ago
1 © 2013 HILT – Human Injury- Limiting Tool, LLC
Deployment 3 Handle Series Injury Prevention Weight Limit Extenders Safety Straps Shorten the HILT Return to Service 2 © 2013 HILT – Human Injury- Limiting Tool, LLC
Label is a point of reference Label facing up Label facing down 3 © 2013 HILT – Human Injury- Limiting Tool, LLC
Multiple locations Low, medium, and high lift handles Color coded Use like weight lifting straps 4 © 2013 HILT – Human Injury- Limiting Tool, LLC
Better body mechanics Legs more parallel with ground Back straighter Head upright No need to reach to the ground 5 © 2013 HILT – Human Injury- Limiting Tool, LLC
Safely lift up to 1,000 pounds Use up to 14 attendants at one time 6 © 2013 HILT – Human Injury- Limiting Tool, LLC
Each tan tab is an extender Five extenders on each side 3 handle series on each extender 7 © 2013 HILT – Human Injury- Limiting Tool, LLC
Each black tab is a safety strap Four safety straps 8 © 2013 HILT – Human Injury- Limiting Tool, LLC
Fold the end up Roll the end up Use the extender at the bottom 9 © 2013 HILT – Human Injury- Limiting Tool, LLC
Store extenders within sleeves Store safety straps within sleeves 10 © 2013 HILT – Human Injury- Limiting Tool, LLC
Fold “low lift” handles over at ends of HILT Roll from one end to the other 11 © 2013 HILT – Human Injury- Limiting Tool, LLC
1 © 2013 HILT – Human Injury- Limiting Tool, LLC.
North Idaho Emergency Services Academy. Objectives Types of fire service laddersTypes of fire service ladders Ladder termsLadder terms Ladder raising.
Moving and Positioning the Patient Take care to avoid injury whenever a patient is moved. Practice using equipment. Know that certain patient conditions.
Lifting and Moving Patients Chapter 6. Moving and Positioning the Patient Take care to avoid injury whenever a patient is moved. Practice using equipment.
6: Lifting and Moving Patients. Cognitive Objectives (1 of 4) 1-6.1Define body mechanics Discuss the guidelines and safety precautions that need.
Massage is a form of passive exercise. Increases circulation Relieves tension and pain Understand Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services.
Patient Movement Understand Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services Patient Movement Ambulation Choose an ambulation aid –based on patient age –type.
Ladder Safety. The Most Common Causes of Ladder Accidents Are: Overreaching on ladders Failure to secure ladders Climbing one-handed Standing on the top.
Back Injuries are the 2nd-most common workplace problem A back injury costs an average of $11,645 in medical claims and lost time wages. National Safety.
Copyright Progressive Business Publications Ladder Safety.
General Rules Compressed gases and cylinders must be properly stored, transported and used to prevent injury and accidents. Compressed gases and cylinders.
Healthcare Professional Safety Body Mechanics 2.01 Understand safety procedures 1.
LIFTING AND MOVING PATIENTS. Emergency rescue A procedure of rapid moving a patient from unsafe to safer place.
3.01 Positioning the Patient is a Diagnostic Service.
Resistance Training Weights/Bars/Bands. Safety Know your limitations – no heavy lifting Control weights/bar/band at all times Use a safe lifting speed.
Body Mechanics. Body mechanics Using all of body parts efficiently to lift and move safely.
Back Safety & Safe Lifting. Anatomy of the Back n Why do injuries occur? –Knowing what causes back injuries can help you prevent them.
BACK SAFETY & SAFE LIFTING Bureau of Workers’ Comp PA Training for Health & Safety (PATHS) 1PPT
Evacuating a Casualty using a SKED. SKED Litter Compact Lightweight Strong.
Back safety Proper lifting techniques. Prevent back injuries Think defensively about your back Think defensively about your back Use common sense Use.
FOOT ULCERS n DETERMINE CAUSE – NEUROPATHIC – ISCHEMIC – COMBINATION.
Safety on Call STRETCHING. Safety on Call 1.Poor posture 2.Poor physical condition 3.Improper body mechanics 4.Incorrect lifting 5.Extra abdominal weight.
January 2007 Safe Lifting Proper Material handling.
Find out more at
The Forces Involved The amount of force you place on your back in lifting may surprise you! Think of your back as a lever. With the fulcrum in the.
NSCC Back Care and Safe Lifting Program Avoiding a Painful Back.
Safety Training proper lifting Creating another healthy habit!
® ® Striving For Safety Excellence Corporate Environmental, Safety, Risk Management Back Safety.
Preventing Overexertion Injuries. In this Slide Show What are overexertion injuries? How do overexertion injuries occur? What are the causes of.
Safety Talk 20 / 1 Safety Talk 20 Slips, Trips and Falls.
Safety on Call BACK SAFETY & LIFTING. Safety on Call THE FORCE IS AGAINST YOU…
BACK INJURY PREVENTION. BACK PROBLEMS: One of the biggest health problems in the world. It’s a $22 billion dollar industry.
Health and Safety Unit 3 Sophie Bevan. The Recovery Position The recovery position is a position that an unconscious but breathing casualty can be placed.
Preventing Back Injuries 10 80% Have Back Pain 80% Have Back Pain 9.
Transportation Tuesday TRANSPORTATION TUESDAY Do you think that seatbelts save lives? We all know that seatbelts reduces the probability of death and also.
SAFETY LEADERSHIP TRAINING UNIT 12 Manual Material Handling Liberty Mutual Loss Prevention presents… 1 Mechanical Material Handling Accidents ã A Small.
Safety Aspects of Agricultural Mechanics
Buckling Up Children In Four Easy Steps Carol Meidinger Certified Child Passenger Safety Instructor October 29, 2008.
Origami Flower Instructions. 1. Arrange the origami paper on a flat surface, color side down, with one corner pointing at you.
Ag. Mechanics Safety. Safety Safety is being free from danger, risk, or injury. Policy is a plan. Procedure is an action.
EXERCISE 1: Lift and Carry STARTING POSITION: Regular stance, arms to side. CADENCE: Slow MOVEMENT: 1. Squat and touch dumbbells to ground if possible,
Fort Lee Safety Office. The Forces Involved The amount of force you place on your back in lifting may surprise you! Think of your back as a lever. With.
Bike Safety Bike Smart. Types of Helmets Head injury is the leading cause of bicycle related deaths. 75% of all bike related fatalities could be prevented.
© Imperial College LondonPage 1 Manual Handling – Principles of Safe Lifting Dr. Ann Maconnachie Departmental Safety Officer.
Questions? If you have questions or concerns, please contact your Supervisor, Manager, or Safety Director. Preventing Back Injuries: Safe Patient Handling.
Engineering Ergonomics Safety Training Office of Engineering Safety Texas Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) & The Dwight Look College of Engineering.
Off the TruckIntroduction Removing Pigs from the Stall Into the Pens Weaning Pigs Moving Safely Down the Hall Safe Pig Handling: Weaning Pigs National.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.