Have you given thought to finger trapping in the hinge side of a door

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Risk assessment

You already know that you must assess the risk to harm of employees, children, and visitors to your building but have you given specific thought to finger trapping in the hinge side of a door? Whilst all doors within a building could present a trapping hazard it has been shown that the most common places for a finger trapping incident are:

• Classroom doors
• Toilet entrance doors
• Toilet cubicle doors
• Entrance / Lobby Doors
• Corridor fire doors

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Why risk injury?

The type of injuries resulting from door incidents range from crushing, bruising and fractures to, at worst, amputation.

Finger guards have been widely used in buildings to prevent injury, particularly for young children.

Have you considered where else they might be needed

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We have solutions

DATIM Supply various finger protection devices into a variety of businesses including; restaurants & cafés, family pubs, play centres, family gyms and leisure centres to name some of the sectors where finger trapping is a major concern. Often where there is a hospital incident with finger trapping there is a substantial claim against the building client far outweighing the cost of having proper finger protection. It goes without saying our best device is the DAT200 giving unparallel levels of protection and longevity.

You can't put a price on safety for children.

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Current finger guard solutions

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