News

There's always something going on here; whether it's product development, events, awards, team updates - and we like to share it all with you!  Have a read at the articles below documenting all the newsworthy happenings at Safehinge Primera.

Welcome, Daniel VonderBrink: VP for North America
26 January 2023

Welcome, Daniel VonderBrink: VP for North America

Daniel VonderBrink Joins Safehinge Primera To Help Create Safe, Therapeutic Spaces Throughout North America With Innovative Ligature-Resistant Door Range.
Safehinge Primera wins gold with their Anti-barricade Doorset 
14 October 2022

Safehinge Primera wins gold with their Anti-barricade Doorset 

The Swiftstop Anti-barricade Door from Safehinge Primera has won gold in the Nightingale awards at the Healthcare Design Conference + Expo.
Policy Vets Podcast: Making the Environment Safer to Prevent Veteran Suicide
25 April 2022

Policy Vets Podcast: Making the Environment Safer to Prevent Veteran Suicide

Listen to this podcast where Dr David Shulkin, Louise Celli & Philip Ross talk about the importance of inpatient environments safety for patients and staff
The only bathroom door to be approved by all three behavioral health design guides
02 March 2022

The only bathroom door to be approved by all three behavioral health design guides

Our Ligature Reduction Bathroom Door has recently been featured in yet another major US guideline for Behavioral Health Construction - Patient Safety Standards, Materials, and Systems Guidelines by the Office of Mental Health New York (OMH-NY) has listed our solution and gave it its seal of approval.
Art can help to heal
10 September 2021

Art can help to heal

Our surroundings can have a profound impact on our mood, thoughts and feelings. Art has the power to transform and humanize any harsh clinical environment.
VA Mental Health Design Guide features soft suicide prevention door
20 May 2021

VA Mental Health Design Guide features soft suicide prevention door

Safehinge Primera's soft suicide prevention door is listed in the Departments of Veterans Affairs as a safe bathroom door for inpatient sentinel event reduction.