Lift Different.
Stop Injuries.

Don’t let a lift-assist compromise your safety or even your career

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If you're not already using a Binder Lift, then you're probably using one of the three following methods of lifting patients. See why these outdated methods are major contributing factors to lifting related injuries withing Fire and EMS.

No Equipment

  • In-ability to effectively team lift
  • Caregivers are forced to ignore proper lifting ergonomics due to not having handles to grasp
  • Places significant pressure on patient’s joints, potentially causing bruising, skin tears, and shoulder separation
  • Increases chances of dropping the patient

Sheets and Soft Stretchers

  • NOT designed for lifting patients
  • Limits the number of caregivers that can effectively help
  • Forces caregivers to use lower back as a lever to lift the patient
  • Forces caregivers to use lower back as a lever to lift the patient
  • Sheets aren't weight rated and vertical lifting is outside of typical soft stretcher manufacture recommendation, leaving the caregivers and department at risk of lawsuit if patient is injured from misuse.

Gait Belts and Lift Slings

  • Single row of handles often results in poor lifting ergonomics and reduces ability of partners with a height difference to safely lift together
  • Provides limited number of handles, thus limiting the number of lifters that can help
  • Does not provide support or stability to patient's torso, resulting in dangerous weight shifting and patient insecurity.
  • Forces caregivers to use lower back as a lever to lift the patient
  • Can cause painful pressure points on the patient, potentially causing bruising, skin tears, or worse.

BINDER LIFT

  • Designed for patient lifting
  • Provides up to 32 handles for caregivers to grasp when lifting, enabling team lifting while using proper lifting ergonomics
  • Minimizes patient discomfort and risk of injury with its cushioned top edge and full torso support.
  • Multiplicity of handles offer plenty of gripping options for multiple caregivers, even in tight spaces such as small bathrooms and cramped bedrooms.  
  • Attaches to the patient, so the patient can’t fall out  
  • Easy to put on the patient, even in confined spaces  
  • Serves as a barrier between you and your patient’s bodily fluid, and is much easier to clean than your uniform.

Your Plan to Safer and Easier Lifting

1

Sign Up

Click the button below and fill out a 90-second form. A Binder Lift patient handling expert will call within 1 business day to answer questions and process the shipment of your demo Binder Lifts.

2

Experience the Difference

Use the demo Binder Lifts to demonstrate to your superiors, train your colleagues, and use in the field for 30-days.

3

Enjoy a Longer Healthier Career

Once you've experienced what it's like to safely lift patients of any size with ease, we'll give you a return label to send the demo units back. It's. That. Simple.