Humane Restraint HSLP-100 Anti-Suicide Safety Sleeping Bag
Humane Restraint suicide safety products are favored by psychiatric hospitals, mental health and safety facilities for their ability to assist in suicide prevention and patient self-harm limitation. These items are highly durable and promote individual safety while maintaining the dignity of the wearer.
- Material is water resistant to shed soiling
- Made of rugged Quadlan quilted with 1" box stitches to deter shredding and tearing
- Features seven 2" x 8" hook and loop match points to fashion a sleeping bag.
- Ideal for patient suicide prevention, safety, and comfort
- Machine wash and dry for easy care
- Made in the USA
Humane Safety products, including the Humane Safety Blanket, Smock, and Sleeping Bag, are made tough to deter shredding and tearing, while providing modesty and warmth to the patient. The Humane Restraint suicide safety sleeping bag is sometimes referred to as an anti-suicide sleeping bag, suicide prevention sleeping bag, anti-suicide bedding, or isolation cell sleeping bag.
Applications: Detention and correctional facilities; mental health hospitals; psychiatric institutions; behavioral health care facilities; substance abuse treatment centers; courtrooms; security, police, sheriff, and EMS departments; Department of Defense facilities; long-term care facilities; suicide prevention centers; and other public safety institutions concerned for safer work, rehabilitation, and therapeutic environments.
About Humane Restraint Co. Inc.
Humane Restraint is a leading manufacturer of patient restraint systems and positioning aids that limit the ability of dangerous, combative, or unstable individuals to cause harm to themselves or staff members, and are available in a variety of configurations to meet the individual needs as determined by the behavioral health care facility. Humane Restraints medical devices and aids are used in psychiatric hospitals; mental and behavioral health care facilities; substance abuse treatment and rehabilitation centers; corrections and detention centers; police stations; courtrooms; correctional facilities; and other public safety institutions concerned for safer work, rehabilitation, and therapeutic environments.