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Overhead hoists - one hoist, how many solutions?

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In this presentation, presented at the AAMHP conference in Melbourne, we explored overhead hoists and asked the question of how many manual handling problems an overhead hoist system can solve. I think we got to over 10.

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Overhead hoists - one hoist, how many solutions?

  1. 1. ONE HOIST: How many solutions? Aideen Gallagher & Emma Small
  2. 2. 50CARE WORKER S INJURED DAILY
  3. 3. EXPERTS
  4. 4. WHY?
  5. 5. ONE HOIST: How many solutions?
  6. 6. OUTLINE • Creative Risk Management principles • Exploration of solutions
  7. 7. RISKASSESSMENT
  8. 8. RISK MANAGEMENT
  9. 9. RISKASSESSMENT Severity Likelihood
  10. 10. RISK Danger Loss Injury Harm Therapeutic Risk Taking Benefits Opportunity DignityofRisk
  11. 11. MHMENTAL HEALTH MANUAL HANDLING
  12. 12. DANGER – SAFETY – SAFETY - LIFE
  13. 13. HARMFUL Non therapeutic OPPORTUNITY Therapeutic Positive Negative RISK TAKING
  14. 14. WHAT WORKS? Safe Patient Handling and Mobility SPHM (Nelson, et al, 2006) Garg & Owen, 1992) Partnership between staff and management
  15. 15. ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY (Chhokar et al, 2005)
  16. 16. SAFETY SMART
  17. 17. CREATIVITY is “allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep” (Scott Adams)
  18. 18. RISK MANAGEMENT CREATIVE RISK MANAGEMENT
  19. 19. ONE HOIST: How many solutions?
  20. 20. WHAT TASKS DO YOU NEED TO DO?
  21. 21. WHAT SOLUTIONS? FUNCTION DYSFUNCTION
  22. 22. CONNECTING WITH US OUR AMAZON #1 BEST SELLING BOOK THE MANUAL HANDLING REVOLUTION: How health professionals can achieve creative solutions for people with disabilities and their care givers Free sample on our website
  23. 23. CONNECTING WITH US HANDLE WITH CARE EMMA SMALL How disability organisations can avoid injuries, increase surplus and become a provider of choice Due for publication late 2018
  24. 24. THANK YOU aideengallagher@riskmanaged.com.au emmasmall@riskmanaged.com.au
  25. 25. MEDIA REFERENCES • Client and care giver – purchased from istock • Expert – purchased from istock • Aideen and family in Monet’s Garden – personal photo • Ferrari California – by Paul is licenced under flickr creative commons 2.0 • Icon’s – copyright Risk Managed
  26. 26. REFERENCES • Gallagher, A. (2017).The Manual Handling Revolution. How health professionals can achieve creative solutions for people with disabilities and their care givers. Michael Hanrahan Publishing. • Nelson, A., Matz, M., Chen, F., Siddharthan, Lloyd, J. & Fragala, G. (2005). Development and evaluation of a multifaceted ergonomics program to prevent injuries associated with patient handling tasks. International Journal of Nursing Studies 43 (2006) 717–733 • Theis J.L., Finkelstein M.J. (2014). Long term effects of safe patient handling program on staff injuries. Rehabilitation Nursing 2014,39, 26-35. • Garg, A., and Owen, B. (1992). Reducing back stress in nursing personnel: an ergonomic intervention in a nursing home. Ergonomics 35, 11: 1353-1375. • Chhokar, R., Engst, C., Miller, A., Robinson, D., Tate, R.B., Yassi, A., (2005). The three year economic benefits of a ceiling lift intervention aimed to reduce healthcare worker injuries. Applied Ergonomics. 36, 223e229.

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