Beside persons disabled the following industries/businesses will find
the Pakkie extremely useful.
Companies in High Rise Buildings
Anybody disabled in a high rise building has no safe way to evacuate
during an emergency. Also what happens if a person who was totally
healthy when they went to work, and then they were injured in an
emergency later that day, how would they get out of the building?
Here is where the Pakkie comes to the rescue.
Hospital staff are constantly moving patients from bed to a
wheelchair, or stretcher which places stress not only on the patient,
but can also place the hospital staff at risk for injury. The
Pakkie is the perfect solution to reducing back injuries to staff.
The Pakkie is great for assisting patients with disabilities on to
The Pakkie is great for assisting patients with disabilities into the
Often times patients need to be moved from bed to wheelchair which
causes bruising. The Pakkie will eliminate bruising caused by
staff grabbing arms and legs to move.
Ok, so you work for an airline company, how many times have you come
across persons disabled that need to board an airplane? Do you as
the airline staff have any clue to what is the safest way to life a
person? This is a trick question, because there is no safe way,
unless you have the Pakkie. The Pakkie can be used as an universal
transfer device, and can prevent a disabled passenger from becoming
injured, and taking legal action against the airline. Spending a
little money on the Pakkie, can save you millions in the future.
The Pakkie is the ultimate investment.
Cruiselines generally have a good reputation within the population of
disabilities, but some cruises do not dock at port, but they dock at sea
and take a tender to the dock. Also what happens if there is an
emergency on the ship? How can a person disabled be expected to
get into a life boat? Do not worry, the Pakkie can be used to
solve these problems.
What happens to visitors with disabilities when the fire alarm is pulled, or
if there is a real fire? They cannot use the elevators so how will
they go down the stairs? The Pakkie of course. Hotels could
easily store this device in handicap rooms and notify disabled visitors
of its presence. Hotels at the beach have another use for the
Pakkie. The Pakkie makes it possible for several friends to
carry their friend with a disability to the beach. This device is a lot
easier to store than a beach wheelchair, and costs far less. Plus
we can add your hotel name and logo to the back of the Pakkie, and you
could also be advertising. These slings will practically pay for
Fire Departments & EMS
What happens when you get in a situation where you cannot get a
stretcher up a tight and winding flight of stairs? The Pakkie will
fix that problem. Also what happens if you need to respond to a
natural disaster, or terrorist attack? An ambulance can only hold
one maybe two stretchers, but with the Pakkie's small lightweight design
you can easily store them on the ambulance.
All schools are required to have emergency evacuation procedures for
their students with disabilities. It can become a school administrators
nightmare when a student with a disability is on the second floor when there is a
fire. The elevators are not functional so how do you get the
student to safety? Voila, here comes the Pakkie to the rescue.
This device is great for schools because it can easily be kept in a
class room, or a students locker, and with its low cost it is a great