Caregivers can quickly and easily assemble the P.A.L. Strap around the legs and back of a sitting patient, and then lift without hurting the patient or risking injury for the caregiver. Straps and handles provide easy lift access points, greatly reducing the stress on a rescuers body and lowering the risk of injury.
The P.A.L. Strap is available in three sizes, Standard, Large, and X-Large to accomodate patients of various sizes. A Kit comes with a carry case, all three sizes, and a quick reference guide to get you started.
No bleach. Rinse thoroughly, let air dry.
For best results, clean the strap before inspection. Inspect at least once a month or after evidence of damage or contamination. Inspect the strap for cleanliness, contamination, heat damage, fabric or material damage, thread or seam damage, discoloration, continued reflectivity of reflective trim, worn areas, etc. If damage has occurred, the strap should be taken out of service for cleaning, evaluation and/or disposal.
Storage: Store your P.A.L. Strap safely away from: Sharp edges or objects that could cut or tear the strap, extreme temperatures that could dry or weaken the straps, and excessive moisture that could promote rot or mildew.
Your organization must independently evaluate the suitability of your P.A.L. Strap on a regular basis to determine their condition and usability. Do not continue to use a P.A.L. Strap that’s damaged, contaminated, or otherwise doesn’t pass inspection. It’s also the end user’s responsibility to be familiar with the applicable OSHA and department lifting standards. First Res Equipment, LLC warrants its structural strap to be free from defects in workmanship for the serviceable life of the product when used by appropriately trained personnel following proper lift assist procedures and when the product’s warning use and care instructions are followed.