LigatuRE AND SELF-HARM DESIGN STRATEGIES WEBINAR (RECORDING)
The second in our learning series took place on 28th May 2020, focusing on design strategies to reduce ligature and self-harm risks.
At 46%, doors represent the most significant source of ligature-based suicides in inpatient mental health settings. So, improving the safety of your doors is the single biggest impact you can make on patient safety.
A recording of the session and links to useful resources are available below for you to explore at a time convenient for you.
If you have any questions, please let us know.
During the webinar, we mentioned a few associated resources. You can find links to these below.
- Access to the presentation slides
- Products discussed during the presentation:
- View the BRE Testing Guidance for Products in Mental Health Facilities
- Reports we've referenced:
En-suite door: Abuse testing
Designed to withstand extreme abuse, the pivots are tested beyond the levels set by current industry guidance.
En-suite: Weaponisation testing
The soft, lightweight en-suite leaves are difficult to swing and minimise the risk of weaponisation.
Catch up on webinar 1
If you didn't manage to join us for our first webinar on the lifesaving details of anti-barricade, you can access the recording and resources here.