The Slide & Turn Hoist Sheet is a great way of getting a hoist to do the turning, rather than the Carer. This is especially beneficial with heavy Patients. This product is an alternative to the Slide & Turn Sheet.
- Remains under a sleeping Patient between turns
- Use a trolley hoist or ceiling hoist to do the turning
- Soft, breathable, slippery material
- Strong tape reinforcing and webbing straps
- Slide & Turn Hoist Sheet; Our standard design with webbing loop attachments. It is sewn in a cylinder so you effectively end up with one slippery sheet on top of another.
- Slide & Turn Hoist Sheet with Keyhole Plates: As above, but with keyhole plate attachments for tilt frame hoists.
- Slide & Turn Hoist Top Sheet: A budget option which is a single sheet only. We recommend using a standard Bed Slide Sheet underneath to get a nice slippery surface. This may not always be necessary depending on the weight of the Patient.
- Slide & Turn Hoist Top Keyhole Sheet: As above, but with keyhole plate attachments for tilt frame hoists.
Pressure Care/Skin Integrity
The only adverse comments we have had about this product is regarding potential problems when leaving the Patient on the Hoist Sheet overnight. Please remember the original Slide & Turn Sheet has been used in this manner for several years. We have not had any comments about them affecting the Patient’s skin or any pressure problems. As it is now possible to use a hoist to turn the Patient, it will be even easier to turn larger Patients, minimising risks of manual handling injuries to the Carers.
Air regulated mattresses may have plastic sheets, urine absorbent pads and normal cotton sheets on top of the air mattress. These may reduce the benefits of the mattress, but they are still necessary for hygiene and skin integrity. If the Hoist Sheet is used there will be minimal touching of the Patient, compared to turning manually.
Some facilities deflate the air mattress when turning a Patient as this will make the turning easier. After turning, the mattress is inflated again.
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Safe Working Load: 200kg / 440lbs (In accordance with ISO 10535:2011)
Sizes: 1 size. Special sizes made on request.
Attachment Method: Metal hook coat hanger type hoists or keyhole plates tilt frame type hoists. ¬†
|Item # 509H
Slide & Turn Hoist Sheet
|Item # 509HK
Slide & Turn Hoist Sheet with Keyhole Plates
|Item # 509HT
Slide & Turn Hoist Sheet – Top Sheet Only
|Item # 509HTK
Slide & Turn Hoist Sheet – Top Sheet Only with Keyhole Plates
|All Day Sling Material
||A strong, thin material with a Rip Stop thread in the material, to help reduce or prevent ripping.
See the FAQ tab for more information.
Wash up to 80°C (176°F). We recommend using a Pelican Washing Bag to help contain the product. Air dry in the shade, or tumble dry on a cool setting, ensuring the drum is cool. Ensure the product is dry before using or storing.
Warning: Fabric softener and excessive chlorine or bleach can damage any material, including Sling material. Slings should be continuously inspected for deterioration and discolouration, as this may be an early warning of possible failure.
Attaching Brand New Keyhole Plate Slings to a Hoist: View our video guidance here.
General Keyhole Plate Sling Information: Click here for general information, including filing down Keyhole Plates which are too tight. This advice is applicable for the version of this product which uses Keyhole Plates.
Warning: Inspect slings before every use. If any damage is found the Sling must be withdrawn from service and repaired, if possible.
Warning: If you are leaving a sling made in the All Day Sling material under a person, always ensure that there will be no adverse pressure care issues. This includes checking that the attachment method (e.g. webbing loops, keyhole plates, etc.), are not positioned in such a way that may hurt the person. The actual material is very thin and it should not cause a pressure problem, but patients’s skin integrity should be regularly checked, just in case the sling is causing a pressure problem. If there are any early signs of pressure problems, discontinue using this design of sling.
Disposal: When the Sling is ready for disposal, we suggest the Lifting Straps are cut off, so it cannot be used with another patient.
Sling & Hoist Compatibility: Click here for more information.
Sling Life Expectancy: Click here for more information.
What the International Standard ISO10535:2011 requires for Period Sling Inspections and Sling Labelling: Click here for more information.
Sling Inspection Before Use Checklist: Click here to download.
6 Monthly Thorough Sling Inspection Checklist: Click here to download.
Online Sling Inspection Training: For excellent guidance on how to do inspections, check out this course on the Udemy learning platform. On completion of the course you will receive a certificate, which makes staff education simple. This training is in addition to the training offered by your organisation. The course covers:
- How the do a Sling Inspection Before Use
- How to do a 6 Monthly Thorough Sling Inspection
- What the labeling requirements are
- Example of sling damage
- How to safely mark a sling
Do I need to do Sling inspections?
Yes – see the Important Information tab for more information.
What are the Sling inspection requirements?
See the Important Information tab for more information. We’ve paraphrased the International Standard 10535:2011 under licence, detailing exactly what is required.
Where can I find the inspection checklists?
See the Important Information tab for more information. We provide the following checklists:
- Sling Inspection Before Use
- 6 Monthly Thorough Sling Inspection