Cable Clips for Hospital Bed Electrical Leads.

AdeptDirect Magnetic Cable Clips for securing electrical leads on hospital beds.

Innovative Cable Handling experts, Adept Direct, have expanded their range of Magnetic Cable Hangers  to include Magnetic Cable Clips for power leads and cables on hospital beds. The simple and easy to use magnetic cable hanger can “clip up” power cables for electric motors on hospital beds, in any position to prevent them getting jammed or worse, severed when raising, lowering, or moving the bed.

Another power cord that can be caught up in the workings of the hospital bed is the remote control cord. With only 1 or 2 Adept Direct Cable Clips, these electric leads can be safely secured to the side or underneath of the bed. A further advantage is that the risk of a patient tripping or becoming entangled in these electrical  leads is minimised.

Adept Direct cable clips are manufactured from high density plastic so they are hygienic and have minimal crevices to harbour bacteria. The high strength magnet is encapsulated in a zinc coated steel cover and will withstand years of arduous use.

The Cable Clips can be used anywhere where there is a steel surface for the magnet to “stick” to and can safely hold 2 or 3 standard power cables within the one clip.

Air Hose Hanger Bracket

Pneumatic Hose Hanger Bracket                                       

AdeptDirect have a Air Hose Hanger Bracket, for hanging air lines, cables, power leads and pneumatic hoses up out of harm’s way.

The Pneumatic Hose Hanger has a square steel backing plate which combines with the 90° frame to position the insulated skyhook to safely support up to 8 power leads and hoses. The “prongs” or fingers of the skyhook prevent leads or cable from flicking out the hanger bracket.

Designed and made in Australia AdpetDirect Hose Hanger Brackets provide a simple and fast means of minimizing trip hazards by securing hoses along walls and site sheds. These industrial grade heavy duty hose holders have been on used on building sites, mines, and construction areas, across Australia.

Manufactured in an advanced Australian manufacturing facility using cutting edge robotic welding technology, AdeptDirect Pneumatic Hose Hangers are calculated to withstand years of hard use on building sites and in workshops.

There is no excuse for staff or customers tripping on any cables or hoses at your premises or construction site. Minimise your risk by ordering your AdeptDirect Pneumatic Hose Hanger Brackets at: http://www.adeptdirect.com.au/product-category/lead-stands-and-hose-stands

 

Temporary Cable Hanger Brackets

Tools and equipment that are simple, intuitive and easy to use, form a key element in improving workplace safety. Even the most stringent laws, backed by threats and punishment won’t achieve what simple and logical tools and methodologies used and supported by all staff, can achieve in reducing workplace accidents.

One of the frequent dangers in a workshop environment or on a building site, is trip hazards – cords, hoses, power leads, chain, welding cables, rope, air lines: really anything on the floor or ground that someone can trip over. One of the most practical means of removing all these hazards is to hook the cord, hose and/or cable above head height by using temporary cable hanger brackets.

Adept Temporary Cable Hanging Brackets provide an easy and economical means of hanging power leads, cables and hoses, up off the ground to secure them in an elevated position. These innovative Cable Brackets can be fixed temporarily to any wall, frame or structure, with 2 screws and hold up to 8 power leads or hoses.

These easy-to-install and remove Temporary Lead Hanging Brackets, lift power leads and electrical cables up out of harm’s way – Not only protecting the leads and hoses from damage but also protecting staff from electrical hazards. Finished in a bright “silver” zinc plated finish, these Cable Brackets are designed and assembled in Australia.

http://www.adeptdirect.com.au/product/cable-hanger-bracket

Prevent Trips and Falls from Cables and Hoses

Have you ever tripped on a hose or cable? That awful feeling of falling uncontrollably, not knowing where or how you will land?

Or perhaps watched someone else fall flat on their face after tripping over an air hose, cable or power lead?

Not only can a trip or fall be painful and costly to the person concerned, it can have serious financial ramifications for the person and/or the business responsible.

Trips and falls can happen anywhere at any time and the safety of all employees, contractors and site visitors within the workplace is very important.

Statistics indicate that trips, slips and falls account for more than one third of incidents in work environments along with two thirds of LTI’s (Lost Time Injuries) across all industries. It also estimated that the vast majority of slips, trips and falls are preventable.

Simple, easy to use hanger brackets for securing cables or hoses up off the ground, are an integral part of improving work place safety and minimising trip hazards.

Employers and building owners need to invest in educating staff on preventing slip, trip and fall hazards, whilst implementing and ingraining best safety practices within the workplace, as doing so can lead to significant long-term savings for all parties.

Simple Precautions to Prevent Trips and Falls include;

• Remove any rubbish and keep work areas clear.
• Install high friction tape or plates in slippery areas.
• Keep power cables, air hoses and tools out of walkways by using Cable Hangers.
• Install high visibility florescent marking tapes, or barriers around loading docks.
• Clearly define walkways, separate from traffic areas.
• Use magnetic cable hangers to elevate power leads up off steel gantries and catwalks.
• Do not jump on or off loading docks and platforms.
• Ensure that boxes or articles carried do not obstruct your forward vision.
• Always maintain 3 points of contact when climbing or descending ladder platforms or ladders.
• Notify management or your supervisor of any unsafe conditions or conditions that could become unsafe over time.

Keep everyone safe! There is NO excuse for staff or customers tripping on any hoses, leads or cables at your premises or construction site.