Bus Seat Slide Pads

Units of Measurement: Each
SKU: 504B Category:

AUD $198.00 excl GST

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The Bus Seat Slide Pads are designed to help people who cannot turn and move into a bus seat near the window. It can also be used to help people getting into the back seat of a car.

For front seat passengers in a car, we recommend the Car Seat Slide Pads (sold separately).

Using In a Bus

Place the two Pads on the seat, so that the two blue surfaces are against each other, and the thin joining webbing is at the back of the seat. The Top Pad is over-hanging the side edge of the seat and has part of the Pad resting against the back of the seat, so when the passenger sits down, the webbing handles will be either side of their hips.

The passenger then sits down, facing the central aisle of the bus. They can hold the back of the seat in front of them, so they turn around to face the front and then slide across to be next to the window. The passenger is now correctly positioned next to the window.

IMPORTANT: Remember to always remove the Pads during the journey.

To get out of the seat, reverse the above procedure by the passenger standing up a little so a Carer can position the Pads on the seat again.

If necessary the Top Pad can now be wiped clean to use with another person.

Item # 504B

Size: Top Sheet Size: 82cm x 50cm / 32″ x 19.5″


Wash up to 80°C (176°F). Air or tumble dry on a cool setting, ensuring the drum is cool. Ensure the product is dry before using or storing

General Manual Handling Warning: Manual Handling products are designed to assist carers to help patients. They will not make the carer stronger or fitter, but with correct training and use of the products, should make manual handling easier and safer for both staff and patients. When training, practise with an able-bodied colleague. If any procedure is not comfortable or is difficult and puts the carer or patient in a dangerous position, the participants should call out to stop the manoeuvre, recover and recommence. Never jeopardise your health by straining, twisting or being incorrectly positioned when manual handling. Always select the most appropriate equipment for the patient’s current condition and if in doubt, use mechanical equipment. Ask your Manual Handling adviser for individual guidance.

Correct Buckle Threading: Click here to view a video showing the correct way to thread a buckle onto the webbing. It is vital that the buckles on this product are correctly fitted. Contact us if you need to order a replacement buckle if one is broken.