Bed Fall Mat – Sewn
- Important Information
- An excellent crash mat to help prevent injury from bed falls
- For patients who cannot walk, or who climb over bedrails, and then fall
- Supplied with a warning sign to avoid a tripping hazard
- Highly visible tape on edge to warn staff in low light
- Single layer of dense foam
- Also available: Bed Fall Mat – Heat Sealed, with 100% heat sealed waterproof material cover
Some patients climb over bed rails, fall to the ground and are injured. A way to help avoid injury is to lower the bed as much as possible and place the Bed Fall Mat, sometimes known as a Crash Mat, next to the bed, so if the patient gets out of bed, then they will have a soft surface to fall on.
It may help if the bed is placed next to the wall. If only one bed rail is raised, the patient will then get out of bed on the side where the bed rail is removed. We recommend completely removing the bed rail, rather than simply lowering it. By leaving the rail in the lower position the patient may hurt themselves against the rail if they fall.
About the Bed Fall Mat – Sewn
This product has a single layer of dense foam. A warning card is supplied to inform staff that the Mat is in position. This can be displayed in a prominent place to to reduce the tripping hazard risk. When not being used the Bed Fall Mat can be folded up and stored behind the bed head.
People can fall in a variety of different ways. Pelican makes no express or implied guarantee that a patient will not sustain an injury.
If you are concerned about this item slipping on your floor surface, please check out the Non-Slip Mat.
Item # 462S
Size: 192cm x 65cm x 3cm thick / 75.5" x 25.5" x 1.1" thick
Wipe with sponge or cloth which has been moistened in warm, soapy water, then dry with a clean cloth. Non-phenolic disinfectants are recommended in a diluted solution. Treat specific stains promptly to ensure complete removal, wiping stain from outside in to avoid spreading. With difficult stains, use a mild proprietary brand vinyl cleaner.
- Do not tumble dry
- Do not use dry cleaning solvents
- Do not use phenolic disinfectants
- Do not use abrasive non-aqueous cleaners
- Do not use steel wool or non-proprietary cleaners containing solvents
These items can cause damage to the surface.
Cover: Spray and wipe clean or remove foam and hand or machine wash up to 80° (176°F). Do not tumble dry.
Foam: Hand wash foam squeezing out excess water. Handle with care when wet. Do not wring or tumble dry. To prolong the life of the cover and foam, always air dry in shade.
If infection control is paramount, we recommend the Bed Fall Mat - Heat Sealed.
Maintenance: Inspect the fabric regularly to ensure there are no cuts or tears.