Risks of Restraints

Download this free guide for important information on how to avoid restraint-related injuries.

Every staff member who is taught to perform physical restraints needs to be aware of the dangers that can occur when a person who’s being restrained cannot breathe properly.

This booklet contains critical answers to questions such as:

  • What is restraint-related positional asphyxia?
  • What positions are likely to cause it?
  • What’s the best way to avoid it?

Get this free eBook by filling out the form, and access essential insight into how to reduce the possibility of injury during a restraint.

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