If you require secure patient transport or more advanced secure ambulance solutions speak to us today, our services provide friendly and safe interventions for all people and of all risk types. Our professional services are designed to work with you, around the clock, to support people with Mental Health illnesses, challenging behaviours, learning disabilities or those who require protective supervision for other reason(s).
We have 4 different service plans providing the highest standards of care in balance with your activity levels, and each with benefit entitlements, please ask a member of our team for more details. We are available 24 hours a day and 365 days of the year.
Did you know… Our staff are trained in the receipt and scrutiny of documents including section forms, this advantage means our teams can competently handle section papers with out the need for your staff to travel with us for this purpose, and so maintaining your staffing levels on the ward.
Please find below an overview of our clients activity requirements that we regularly support. If your requirements don’t match any of the below activity please contact us to discuss your requirements in more detail.
Please find below in alphabetical order a list of regular activity that we support;
All our staff are enhanced DBS checked and re-checked every 6 months. In order to deliver the most appropriate support we provide 2 teams that work in a different level of secure ambulance, these are;
Our LNR teams comprises of 2 trained staff in a multi-person vehicle. The vehicle has conference style seating making it easier for staff to monitor and attend service users, and there is a clear Perspex shield protecting the driver. These ambulances are suitable for carrying persons of any age who are known to have No or Low Risks associated with them. Where appropriate our LNR ambulances can carry more than one service user at a time.
Our ARU teams comprise of 3 trained staff which is the minimum number required to effect safer Control and Restraint manoeuvres if needed. They operate in our ARU ambulances designed to manage and support all levels of risk or complex needs.
The ambulance carries a range of equipment and PPE on board that staff can use to manage all types of situations. The ARU design integrates sensory lighting, multi-media screens, support seating, climate control and seat harnesses that can be particularly helpful when supporting service users with learning disabilities or those who present with challenging behaviour.
It also has an on-board cell that can significantly reduce the risk of violence, harm and escape. Our cell is fully transparent (no bars) with its own climate-control, sensory lighting, and has a multi-media screen for distraction. It also has the option of padded inserts to provide protection for service users who may attempt to self-harm by beating parts of their body against the cell.
Our ARU ambulance is the only model of its kind in operation, it is completely innovative and maximises the therapeutic experience of those we support.