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Hospitals have varying lifting needs

Liko has extensive experience working with moving and handling patients in hospitals. On most hospital wards, the need for transfers is great, for example, to and from CT Scan, operation tables, bed, toilet or for rehabilitation.

Research shows that the need to transfer patients also leads the hospital staff to experience the heavy working environment. Injuries related to patient transfers are very common.

We can offer courses in risk assessment and transfer techniques specially adapted to staff in hospitals.

Our Services

Our professionally trained sales consultants will be happy to help you with an overall assessment of the lifting needs in your organisation. Together we can analyse your daily work situation and the lifting aids that are available. The result will be a recommendation for improved work routines and possibly revised equipment. Contact your Liko representative for more information.

Our training company Liko Competence arranges popular Safe Lifting courses for caregivers. During the course, staff learns the basics in safe transfers, risk assessment and available aids. Contact your Liko representative for more information.

Examples of lifting needs

The lifting needs in hospitals are great and varying. In addition to common transfers between bed and wheelchair or to the toilet, it can also be a question of repositioning in the bed, lifting of patients' arms and legs, horizontal lifting or stand/gait training for rehabilitation. Read more on our page about Lifting Needs »

Lifts and Raising Supports

The majority of the items in our product range are designed to be used on hospital wards. Some that we would like to highlight are

From the very beginning consideration for those for whom we develop our products has been our most important guiding-star. Our concept reflects our vision in our daily activity - always to improve life quality for patients and caregivers globally.