Keep residents and staff safe with the lifting slings on offer at CLH Healthcare. Our moving and handling products are crafted to withstand regular use in healthcare settings, so you can ensure the safety of your patients with this collection. Browse our range of lifting slings today for the option of free UK-wide delivery on orders over £50.
If you’re looking for patientslings, we’ve got an excellent selection for you to browse at CLH Healthcare. We want to make lifting and transferring patients as comfortable and convenient as possible, which is why we stock an excellent selectin of bath hoists, standaids, overhead hoists, handling belts, and of course, patient lifting slings.
In this collection you’ll find a range of bathing and toileting slings, designed to help make these procedures as straightforward and convenient as possible for both staff and patients. We also stock a range of stand assist, disposable, shower, and full body slings, so no matter the type you’re after, you’re sure to find what you need here.
We have a range of brands to choose from in this collection, including Oxford and Invacare slings. All Oxford slings we supply now include a woven guidance label and serialised SWL tab as standard, replacing the old printed silk label. In comparison to the printed silk label, the new woven labels are designed to ensure service critical information does not fade through regular washing, especially at high temperatures.
Patient slings, like patient hoists, come under the LOLER regulation 1998, which means they need to be visually inspected every six months by a competent person. However, a lot can change with slings within this period especially in a high usage environment. So, it is vital that before each and every sling transfer is made, the carer should visually inspect the hoist sling before they use it to ensure the on-going safety of the patient.
Explore the range of medical slings at CLH Healthcare today. And if you want advice or more information about any of the products we stock, get in touch with our expert team. You can also find out more about slings, with our slings and hoists safety advice guide.