Are you an elder care facility looking for finger pinch protector guards for your door hinges?
Do you need to protect your elders’ fingers from being pinched, crushed or amputated at the hinge area of doors?
Knowing that the cost of one finger can exceed a $700,000 settlement, it would be beneficial to have our finger pinch protector guards installed on all your door hinges. Patients struggling with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, mental illness, or confined to a wheel chair are at high risk for a hinge side door injury. Fingersafe also acts as an anti ligature device in confined residences.
See What Our Happy Customers Have to Say
“We ordered the Fingersafe products after having a small child lose the tip of one of his fingers. We now have your products on every classroom door in our child care center. We love this product! The design is flawless and the safety this product provides is wonderful! The protectors were easy to install and match our doors beautifully… Thank you for creating and providing such a great product to keep our children’s fingers safe!”
“I toured a local school and saw the product in action and it really works. They said I was the first one to ever notice it! I think it’s a good marketing feature because it illustrates the dedication that a facility has to the safety of their children. I also toured several other facilities and no one had a finger injury protection product installed. What a shame! This product has to be made one of the state requirements for daycare facilities. That is a win-win scenario for everyone!”
“We placed two of your hinge guards on two of our 325 foot passenger ferries about a year ago to see if they would hold up to the high traffic of our vessels. These doors open seven days a week, for 16 hours a day at a rate of 50 to 150 times an hour and take a beating. I see no stress or wear on the material of your Fingersafe hinge guards.”
“The finger guards we purchased in 2007 have held up well and definitely saved some fingers! That is certainly an accident you do not want to happen.”