S-CAPEKIDS Baby Evacuation Mattress
When you work as the head of a maternity ward, you're responsible for the safety and well-being of all the children under your care. In an emergency, transporting children safely downstairs and outside can be difficult and far too slow. The S-CAPEKIDS Baby Evacuation Mattress is designed to safely and quickly transport four children out of the building to safety.
Key Features and Benefits
- Designed with three core values in mind: speed, ease of use and comfort
- Helps transport four children downstairs and outside to safety
- Ensures newborns, toddlers and babies are safe during an emergency evacuation
- Ideal for childcare centres, maternity departments and children hospitals
- Allows you to evacuate up and down the stairs during use
- Unique and one-of-a-kind evacuation device
- Mattress can be dragged by one or two rescuers
- Consists of four different compartments so each baby is separate from one another
- When used in combination with a baby carrying bag, five or six babies can be evacuated
Baby Evacuation Made Simple
If you aren't using any other tools or devices, each carer can only carry up to two children at a time down the stairs and out to safety. As time is of the essence in any emergency situation, the more time you spend going back and forth the more the safety of the children could be put in jeopardy.
The S-CAPEKIDS Evacuation Mattress is designed with three core values in mind: speed, ease of use and comfort. This helps ensure that when you're placed in an emergency situation with a number of vulnerable children, you could act quickly without causing discomfort during use.
Learn More Here
Find out more about the Baby Evacuation Mattress and how it is used by watching the video below. This video highlights exactly how safe and easy the mattress is to use, even when you're transporting children down or up the stairs.
How Do You Use the Mattress?
- After positioning the baby onto the mattress, fixate the arms and belly.
- Fixate the head with the included head blocks.
- Cocoon the baby with the flap.
- Begin the evacuation process.