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28 Aug 2019

7 Reasons Why You Should Consider Anti-Ligature Products

Architects, specifiers, and ward managers are constantly seeking ways to reduce suicide and self-harm rates in mental health settings. This has led to the development of anti-ligature products, designed to deny anyone from using the [...]

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16 Aug 2019

Managing Ligatures: The Official Guidance You Should Know

Three-quarters of people who kill themselves while on a psychiatric ward do so by hanging or strangulation. This alarming statistic has prompted mental health establishments to assess the ligatures within their wards to minimise the risk [...]

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24 Jul 2019

Why Anti-Ligature Products Are Essential In Mental Health

A Brief Guide to Anti-Ligature An anti-ligature product is one that reduces the risk of someone tying material around a piece of furniture to inflict harm to themselves or anyone else. Particularly beneficial in mental health settings, [...]

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13 Jun 2019

Anti-Ligature TV Cabinets For Mental Health Wards

The core aim of Contour is to provide safe, effective solutions to environments where those who are most vulnerable are at risk. These environments include: Schools Nurseries Hospitals Residential care homes GP Surgeries Mental Health

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13 Jun 2019

Anti-Ligature Products for Mental Health

As Contour continues to lead the way for anti-ligature solutions, we are pleased to introduce our three new products for mental health environments. They are: The Anti-Ligature Ventilation Grille The Anti-Ligature TV Cabinet The [...]

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12 Jul 2018

Contour Competition: Bacteria In The Box Results

‘I was shocked when I realised how much bacteria could be in one small box.’ Paul Tutt, Senior Project Manager of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust.

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29 May 2018

What Are The NHS Guidelines For Anti-Ligature Radiator Cover Grilles?

It is a sad statistic that according to the Care Quality Commission, three-quarters of patients who kill themselves on a psychiatric ward do so by hanging or strangulation.  There is now heightened awareness of the risks associated with [...]

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