User manual - ATO FORM GmbH

User manual
Standing frame with power lift
Standing aid
edition 24/13
CONTENTS
Introduction........................................................................................................................... 3
Measurements./.Useful.Information...................................................................................... 4
Hand.Controls....................................................................................................................... 4
Standing.System.Components............................................................................................. 5
Important.Safety.Advice........................................................................................................ 6
Important.Safety.Advice........................................................................................................ 8
Use.of.Manual.Override........................................................................................................ 9
Connecting.to.Power.Supply.&.Turning.On.......................................................................... 9
Emergency.Stop.Button........................................................................................................ 9
Adjustments.Prior.to.Use.................................................................................................... 0
Assembly.Instruction.Note.................................................................................................. 0
Height.Adjustment.............................................................................................................. Adjusting.the.Knee.Supports.............................................................................................. Heel.Support.&.Knee.Pad.Usage....................................................................................... 3
Attachment.of.Posterior.Harness.&.Hoisting.Belts............................................................. 4
Hoisting.the.User.into.Position............................................................................................ 5
Posterior.Support.Fitting.&.Adjustment.............................................................................. 6
Adjusting.The.Desk............................................................................................................. 7
Cleaning,.Care.&.Maintenance........................................................................................... 8
General.Maintenance.......................................................................................................... 8
Servicing.via.Approved.Repairer......................................................................................... 9
Service.Record.Log............................................................................................................. 0
Guarantee........................................................................................................................... Conditions.of.Use............................................................................................................... Vision.Original.Accessories................................................................................................. Inspecting.&.Reissuing.of.Equipment................................................................................. Introduction
The.Vision.is.designed.to.provide.comfort.and.postural.support..The.system.is.available.
in..sizes.to.suit.ages.from.infant.to.adult..This.system.is.not.intended.for.those.who.have.
significant.athetosis.
This.instruction.manual.contains.very.important.information.about.the.Vision,.how.to.use.it.
safely.and.obtain.the.best.results.from.it..Please.read.all.the.information.contained.in.this.
manual.before.using.this.system.and.retain.for.future.reference..Ensure.everyone.using.
the.equipment.is.aware.of.the.contents.of.this.manual.and.understands.how.to.use.the.
equipment.safely.
These.instructions.provide.guidance.on.the.adjustments.for.professionals,.but.they.also.
give.information.on.how.the.equipment.should.be.safely.used,.maintained,.checked,.and.
correctly.assembled.by.anyone.who.uses.the.system.
In.every.case.the.equipment.should.be.supplied.via.qualified.professionals.who.will.have.
adjusted.the.equipment,.checked.its.compliance.and.tested.it.appropriately..
The.standing.system.should.only.ever.be.adjusted.by.qualified.professionals.and.persons.
that.are.suitably.trained..For.further.information.please.do.not.hesitate.to.contact.us.-.all.
contact.details.are.on.the.back.cover.of.the.manual.
Thank you for purchasing our product, we
hope you enjoy your new standing system.
3
Measurements / Useful Information
IP safety class - system .
BASIC
VISION
BASICMODEL
MODEL- DIMENSIONS
- DIMENSIONS
(cm)
FootBoard
board- Table
- table - 120 cm
Foot
93 -93
0
Foot
board
knee
supports
38
safety class - system .
Foot Board - Knee Supports
38 - 56- 56 cmIPIP.safety.class..-.system...
BASIC
- DIMENSIONS
(cm)
BASICMODEL
MODEL
- DIMENSIONS
(cm)
Height
of
handrails
(from foot board)
80 - 104 cm
Height of Handrails (from foot board)
80 - 04
Floor
- upper
edge of foot board cm
Foot
Board
- Table
93
-8 0
Foot.Board.-.Table
8 93.-.0
Floor
- Upper
edge of foot board
Frame
length
103
Foot
Board
Knee
Supports
38
56
Foot.Board.-.Knee.Supports
38.-.56cm
Max.
Length
0
Max.
length
Height
of
Handrails
(from
foot
board)
80
-110
04cm
Height.of.Handrails.(from.foot.board)
Base
Width
7880.-.04
Base
width
78
cm
8
Floor
Upper
edge
of
foot
board
Floor.-.Upper.edge.of.foot.board
Table
(width x depth)
758 x 60
Table
(width
x
depth)
75
Max.
Length
0
Max..Length
0v x 60 cm
Exercise
Tension
30
Max.
load
on
table
50 kg
Base
Width
78
Base.Width
Weight
678kg
Exercise Tension 230 V
Table
(width
x depth)
75
xkg60
Table.(width.x.depth)
Max
Load
5075.x.60
Weight
on table
62 kg
Exercise
Tension
30
vkg
Exercise.Tension
30.v
Max.
50
MaxLoad
load 150
kg
Weight
66.kg
kg
Weight
IP safety class - system 21
Max
Load
on table
5050.kg
kg Of Max.Load.on.table
The
Structure
of The Equipment Consists
Duty-cycle
20% - 4 min./18 min
Max.
Load
50
kgfinish on the base of epoxy resins.
Max..Load
50.kg
Steel tubes
coveredboard
with several
layers of lacquer
• Safety
fuse control
T 3,15
A/250 V
Measurements
Measurements/ /Useful
UsefulInformation
Information
• The padded elements and the table surface are adjustable.
The
Structure of The Equipment Consists Of The.Structure.of.The.Equipment.Consists.Of.-.
• The wheels are mounted with ball bearings and have a diameter of 00 mm, with brakes
Steel
covered
with several
layers of lacquer
finish
the base
of epoxy
resins.
• •in
Steel.tubes.covered.with.several.layers.of.lacquer.finish.on.the.base.of.epoxy.resins..
the tubes
direction
of rotation.
The production
is subject
to aon
constant
quality
control
and is
subject
to
change.
padded elements and the table surface are adjustable.
• •The
The.padded.elements.and.the.table.surface.are.adjustable..
Environmental
Ethos: with ball bearings and have a diameter of 00 mm, with brakes
wheels are mounted
• •The
The.wheels.are.mounted.with.ball.bearings.and.have.a.diameter.of.00.mm,.with.brakes.
inin.the.direction.of.rotation..The.production.is.subject.to.a.constant.quality.control.and.is.
the direction of rotation. The production is subject to a constant quality control and is
All subject
packingto
and
parts are reusable. The cardboard box should be recycled. Paper is used
change.
subject.to.change..
to pack the product in the box which can also be recycled. The plastic foils of the packing
are
PE, and have low-pollution
Environmental
Ethos: levels so can therefore be burned or recycled.
Environmental.Ethos:
AllAll.packing.and.parts.are.reusable..The.cardboard.box.should.be.recycled..Paper.is.used.
packing and parts are reusable. The cardboard box should be recycled. Paper is used
toto.pack.the.product.in.the.box.which.can.also.be.recycled..The.plastic.foils.of.the.packing.
pack the product in the box which can also be recycled. The plastic foils of the packing
are
PE, and have low-pollution levels so can therefore be burned or recycled.
are.PE,.and.have.low-pollution.levels.so.can.therefore.be.burned.or.recycled.
Hand Controls
UP
Lift and lower the Visions hoisting belt
Hand
HandControls
Controls
function using the remote control.
DOWN
ToLift.and.lower.the.Visions.hoisting.belt.
activate
thethe
Vision
functions
thebelt
Front Lift
and lower
Visions
hoisting
buttons
on
the the
remote
control
need to
function
using
remote
control.
function.using.the.remote.control..
Up
DOWN
DOWN be depressed continuously until the
desired
position
has been
reached.
ToTo.activate.the.Vision.functions.the.
activate
the Vision
functions
the
buttons
on the remote control need to
buttons.on.the.remote.control.need.to.
bebe.depressed.continuously.until.the.
depressed continuously until the
LED
desired
position has been reached.
desired.position.has.been.reached..
Down
UP
UP
44
Standing System Components
The.Vision.consists.of.a.normal.platform.with.a.motor.driven.system.for.lifting.a.person..
1Handrail
6Castors
2
Knee
Support
7 Emergency Stop Button
A. Handrail
3 Heel
Support
8 Unser Emergency Stop
B.
Knee.Supports
4
Therapy
Table
9 Plug with safety device and circuit
C. Heel.Support
5 Housing
for Electric
breaker
D.
Therapy.Table
E.
F.
G.
H.
I
J.
K
L.
M.
Housing.for.Electric
Castors
Reset.Tracers.(Underneath.Therapy.Table)
Manual.Override.Button
Emergency.Stop.Button
User.Emergency.Stop
Plug.with.safety.device.and.circuit.breaker
On./.Off.Switch
Remote.Control
D
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J
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55
Important Safety Advice
!
We
are committed
to producing
products
the highest
standard.
our proWeat
at ATO
JCMFORM
are committed
to producing
products
of theof
highest
standard.
All of All
ourofproducts
ducts
fulfilessential
the essential
safety
environmental
requirements
definedininthe
theEuropean
European
fulfil the
safety
and and
environmental
requirements
asasdefined
Directives.
use
of the
products
will will
potentially
put the
at riskatand
thereDirectives.However,
However,improper
improper
use
of the
products
potentially
putusers
the users
risk
and
fore
ATO FORM
stronglysuggest
suggestthat
thatthe
thefollowing
followinginformation
information is
is strictly
strictly adhered
adhered to
to at
atall
alltimes.
times.
therefore
JCM strongly
Throughout.the.manual.there.are.important.points.to.note.identified.by.the.symbol:
!
A. person. who. uses. a. standing. device. depends. on. the. stability. of. the. equipment,. the. support. points.
against.the.body.and.the.supporting.surface.to.the.floor..We.have.striven.to.develop.a.piece.of.equipment.
which.complies.as.much.as.possible.with.medical.indications..Nevertheless,.a.standing.device.cannot.be.
used.without.care.consideration.of.all.situations..
The.operating.instruction.addresses.itself.to.the.retailers.and.users.Vision,.it.contains.data.concerning.
the. correct. employment. the. product.. It. cannot. however. replace. the. necessary. experience. of. the. user.
and/or.the.auxiliary.person.handling.the.equipment..The.retailer.has.the.obligation.to.hand.over.to.you.the.
equipment.ready.for.use.and.to.explain.the.functions.and.technical.data.of.the.equipment.in.every.detail..
They.are.also.obliged.to.provide.you.with.the.necessary.assistance.and.briefing.for.correct.and.efficient.
use. of. the. equipment.. The. operating. instructions. are. relevant. to. the. time. in. which. the. equipment. was.
brought.into.trade..The.manufacturer.reserves.the.right.to.change.(as.and.when.they.deem.necessary).the.
equipment.and.the.associated.operating.instructions..If.you.have.any.doubts.about.how.to.use.the.Vision.
contact.the.technical.service.or.the.manufacturer.directly..
Suitability
The.Vision.standing.frame.can.be.used.by.people.with.conditions.such.as:.with.paralyses.of.the.legs;.
the.legs.and.the.trunk;.the.legs,.trunk.and.the.arms.e.g..due.to.a.paraplegia.syndrome,.a.Cerebral.Palsy,.
Poliomyelitis.or.multiple.sclerosis..
The.Vision.is.suitable.for.a.body.size.of.,90.m.and.a.weight.of.50.kg..
The.equipment.must.be.set.up.by.a.specialist.who.has.examined.the.intended.user.prior.to.the.supply.of.
the.equipment.and.determined.whether.the.Vision.is.suitable.for.the.individual..The.specialist.should.have.
determined.the.suitability.of.the.equipment.concerning.mass.and.weight.as.well.as.the.readiness.of.the.
patient..
The.distribution.of.the.equipment.should.be.made.by.an.authorized.technician.in.accordance.with.the.
appropriate.regulations.and.under.strict.adherence.to.the.data.and.references.of.the.operating.instructions.
of.the.equipment.and.suitability.of.the.mass.of.the.user..If.these.regulations.and.reference.are.not.adhered.
to,.the.equipment.could.result.in.negative.ergonomic.effects.
........................................................................................................................................................................
The. manufacturer. does. not. carry. any. responsibility. for. damage. to. persons,. objects. or. animals. in. the.
following.cases:.
• Wrong.employment.of.the.aid.
• Employment.of.the.equipment.through.unsuitable.persons
• Wrong.mounting.of.parts.or.accessories.
• Use.of.non-original.spare.parts.
• Neglect.of.the.regulations.given.in.the.available.operating.instructions.
• Unusual.events..
• Damage.of.any.kind.if.the.Vision.is.used.for.any.other.purposes.than.those.stated.in.this.manual.
6
• The.Vision.should.not.be.used.without.the.constant.presence.of.a.qualified.person.and/or.a.family.
member.of.the.user..The.Vision.may.be.used.only.by.persons.who.have.made.themselves.familiar.
with.the.appropriate.standards,.regulations.and.available.operating.instructions..The.equipment.must.
never.be.used.by.persons.who.have.not.read.the.instructions..
• The.Vision.may.be.only.used.by.persons.with.physical.suitability.for.the.equipment..
Intended Purpose
• The. Intended. purpose. of. the. Vision. is. an. electrical. standing. assistance. for. adults.. The. aid. was.
developed.in.order.to.give.adults.with.restriction.or.loss.of.standing,.the.ability.to.stand.for.as.long.as.
possible..The.Vision.should.only.be.used.for.purposes.specified.within.this.manual..
• The.Vision.is.intended.only.for.indoor.use.in.dry.areas.only.
• It.is.intended.to.be.used.on.a.level,.flat.floor.where.movement.is.confined.to.a.single.room.
• Always. make. sure. that. in. the. area. of. use. there. are. no. obstacles. e.g.. thick. carpets,. stairs. or. lying.
objects.which.could.lead.to.the.Vision.tilting.or.toppling.over..
• Never.place.the.Vision.on.a.strongly.sloping.area.or.rough.terrain..
• Keep.all.products.away.from.excessive.sources.of.heat,.cigarettes.and.naked.flames..Do.not.stand.
the.Vision.before.open.fire.places..
• Do.not.place.any.hot.containers.or.objects.on.the.tray.surface.of.the.Vision.as.this.could.cause.serious.
damage.to.the.wood.and/.or.the.coating.
• Ensure.there.is.nothing.positioned.near.to.the.equipment.which.could.fall.onto.the.Vision.or.be.knocked.
over.when.the.Vision.is.in.use..
• The.use.of.the.Vision.and.its.accessory.equipment.must.take.place.under.medical.control.
• Never.leave.the.user.alone.whilst.positioned.in.the.Vision..
• Ensure. that. when. raising. or. lowering. no. parts. of. the. users. body. are. squeezed. or. trapped. by. the.
equipment..
• Never.use.the.Vision.without.determining.the.correct.position.of.the.wheels.of.the.standing.assistance.
and.the.wheelchair.
• Always.check.prior.to.using.the.Vision.the.correct.mounting.and.masses.of.the.lifting.belt..
• Never.use.the.Vision.without.the.intended.thigh.belts..
• If.the.Vision.has.a.power.failure.during.the.manual.feedback.into.the.wheelchair,.support.is.necessary.
by.two.auxiliary.persons..Only.then.the.belt.can.be.loosened.
•• If.you.suspect.that.the.system.may.be.faulty.or.a.malfunction.occurs,.cease.use.of.the.equipment.
If you suspect that the system may be faulty or a malfunction occurs, cease use of the equipment
straight away.
away and.
and immediately.
immediately contact.
contactthe.
theorganization.
organizationwho.
whosupplied.
suppliedthe.
thesystem..
system.(JCMs.
(ATO FORMs
straight.
contact.
contact information can be found on the back cover).
information.can.be.found.on.the.back.cover).
• Before.each.use.of.equipment.ensure.that.all.adjustable.parts.are.present.and.intact..The.equipment.
should.never.be.divided.by.the.user.into.individual.parts..Never.use.the.equipment.if.parts.of.it.are.
damaged.or.are.missing.
• Always.clean.the.Vision.in.accordance.with.the.regulations.page.8.
• Always. use. genuine. spare. parts. obtained. from. the. manufacturer/organisation. who. supplied. the.
equipment.
• During.placement.of.the.user.in.a.standing.position.always.ensure.the.co-ordination.with.body.size..
and.weight.
• After.completing.any.alterations.ENSURE.all.screws,.nuts,.bolts,.knobs,.hand.wheels.and.other.fixings.
are.securely.tightened.and.in.position,.and.that.they.are.regularly.checked.as.part.of.the.maintenance.
of.the.chair..Worn.out.or.defective.parts.must.be.repaired.or.replaced.immediately..This.is.particularly.
important.for.the.safe.use.of.the.equipment..
7
Important Safety Advice
!
• Never. load. the. standing. assistance. with. heavy. articles. (e.g.. on. the. table),. as. this. can. impair. the.
equilibrium.of.the.equipment..
• To.move,.draw.the.Vision.-.(with.or.without.user).-.on.the.two.chromium-plated.supporting.grasps..Take.
care.whilst.moving.especially.when.a.user.is.located.in.the.equipment..This.applies.in.particular.when.
crossing.ramps,.thresholds.etc.
• We.constantly.develop.new.aids.and.improve.our.existing.products,.suggestions.are.kindly.received..
• The.standard.belt.VS-000.supplied.with.the.equipment,.as.well.as.all.optionally.available.accessories.
must.only.be.used.with.the.devices.associated.with.the.Vision.series.by.Ato.form.
• If.the.Vision.stops.working.ensure.that.the.plug.is.in.the.plug.socket,.the.main.switch.is.switched.on.
and.the.batteries.are.in.the.remote.control..Examine.whether.both.safety.devices.are.functional.in.the.
connection.element.of.the.current.supply..
Ensure.all.adjustment.mechanisms.are.secure.and.in.place.before.operation..If.it.is.likely.that.the.hand•• Ensure
all adjustment mechanisms are secure and in place before operation. If it is likely that the
handwheels
will
be repeatedly
loosened,
ATO supply.
FORM allen.
can supply
allen
bolts as an We.
alternative.
wheels. will. be.
repeatedly.
loosened,.
JCM. can.
key. bolts.
as.key
an. alternative..
strongly.
We
strongly recommend this if there is a danger from those in the vicinity of the user.
recommend.this.if.there.is.a.danger.from.those.in.the.vicinity.of.the.user.
• All.postural.support.straps.and.harnesses.should.be.in.place.and.properly.adjusted.to.the.user,.prior.
to.usage.of.any.kind.
• Heavy.items.on.the.tray.will.affect.stability..The.fitting.of.anything.other.than.the.standard.tray.may.
substantially.affect.the.stability.of.the.seating.system.and.should.therefore.be.checked.before.issue.
• If.at.any.time.it.is.noted.that.areas.of.the.users.skin.remain.reddened.after.being.out.of.the.system.for.
around.0.minutes,.urgently.contact.the.qualified.professional.who.performed.the.hand.over.of.the.
equipment..This.may.be.a.sign.of.excessive.pressure.being.exerted.by.the.system..This.might.occur.in.
the.initial.use.of.new.equipment.where.further.adjustment.may.be.required,.where.the.user.has.been.
badly. placed,. grown. or. where. an. underlying. medical. problem. exists.. Review. may. be. necessary. in.
such.cases.
• The.equipment.will.be.labelled.with.important.information..NEVER.REMOVE.these.information.labels.
or.allow.them.to.be.defaced,.overlaid.or.altered.
• All.modifications,.adjustments,.reconditioning,.repairs,.disposal,.and.servicing.of.the.seating.unit.must.
ONLY.be.carried.out.by.the.agencies.who.supplied.the.equipment.(see.pages.8-9).
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
ATO
FORM will not be held responsible for any damage or injury caused by incorrect use of
this
product. For any information or guidance on the use of this product please call our office
JCM.Seating.Solutions.Ltd..will.not.be.held.responsible.for.any.damage.or.injury.caused.by.incorrect.
who
will put you through to your local representative or send you any additional information
use.of.this.product..For.any.information.or.guidance.on.the.use.of.this.product.please.call.our.office.who.
you
may require.
will.put.you.through.to.your.local.representative.or.send.you.any.additional.information.you.may.require.
Tel:
(0) 405830
6093 944-0
Tel: +49
01733
8
Use of Manual Override
Use of Manual Override
If.the.Vision.cannot.be.operated.with.the.remote.control.it.could.be.due.to.interference.from.
Use of Manual Override
If.the.Vision.cannot.be.operated.with.the.remote.control.it.could.be.due.to.interference.from.
another.electrical.device.using.the.same.frequency.range:.433.MHz.and.868.MHz.
another.electrical.device.using.the.same.frequency.range:.433.MHz.and.868.MHz.
If.the.Vision.cannot.be.operated.with.the.remote.control.it.could.be.due.to.interference.from.
In.this.case.the.Vision.can.be.operated.using.the.manual.override.button.(see.H.on.page.
another.electrical.device.using.the.same.frequency.range:.433.MHz.and.868.MHz.
In.this.case.the.Vision.can.be.operated.using.the.manual.override.button.(see.H.on.page.
5)..This.small.button.is.located.beside.the.red.emergency.stop.button.under.the.therapy.
5)..This.small.button.is.located.beside.the.red.emergency.stop.button.under.the.therapy.
table..This.button.can.be.used.to.operate.the.elevation.as.well.as.the.lowering.function..
In.this.case.the.Vision.can.be.operated.using.the.manual.override.button.(see.H.on.page.
table..This.button.can.be.used.to.operate.the.elevation.as.well.as.the.lowering.function..
To Use The Manual Override
5)..This.small.button.is.located.beside.the.red.emergency.stop.button.under.the.therapy.
To Use The Manual Override
table..This.button.can.be.used.to.operate.the.elevation.as.well.as.the.lowering.function..
Press.the.button.in.order.to.set.the.engine.in.motion.until.you.achieve.the.desired.position..
Press.the.button.in.order.to.set.the.engine.in.motion.until.you.achieve.the.desired.position..
By.renewed.pressing.of.the.button,.the.engine.moves.in.the.opposite.direction..
To
Use The Manual Override
By.renewed.pressing.of.the.button,.the.engine.moves.in.the.opposite.direction..
Press.the.button.in.order.to.set.the.engine.in.motion.until.you.achieve.the.desired.position..
If.the.Vision.operates.normally.using.the.manual.override.function.it.means.that.the.engine.
By.renewed.pressing.of.the.button,.the.engine.moves.in.the.opposite.direction..
If.the.Vision.operates.normally.using.the.manual.override.function.it.means.that.the.engine.
is.working.correctly.and.that.the.problem.is.solely.with.the.remote.control..
is.working.correctly.and.that.the.problem.is.solely.with.the.remote.control..
If.the.Vision.operates.normally.using.the.manual.override.function.it.means.that.the.engine.
If.this.is.the.case.you.should.equip.your.Vision.with.an.optional.corded.remote.control..
is.working.correctly.and.that.the.problem.is.solely.with.the.remote.control..
If.this.is.the.case.you.should.equip.your.Vision.with.an.optional.corded.remote.control..
Connecting to Power Supply & Turning On
Connecting to Power Supply & Turning On
When.connecting.to.the.electricity.mains,.always.make.sure.that.the.mains.voltage.
Connecting to Power Supply & Turning On
When.connecting.to.the.electricity.mains,.always.make.sure.that.the.mains.voltage.
corresponds.to.the.data.on.the.equipment.and.that.electricity.mains.are.grounded..
If.this.is.the.case.you.should.equip.your.Vision.with.an.optional.corded.remote.control..
corresponds.to.the.data.on.the.equipment.and.that.electricity.mains.are.grounded..
When.connecting.to.the.electricity.mains,.always.make.sure.that.the.mains.voltage.
Always.attach.the.equipment.to.electricity.mains.via.the.cable.provided..Never.use.any.
corresponds.to.the.data.on.the.equipment.and.that.electricity.mains.are.grounded..
Always.attach.the.equipment.to.electricity.mains.via.the.cable.provided..Never.use.any.
alternative.cables..
alternative.cables..
Always.attach.the.equipment.to.electricity.mains.via.the.cable.provided..Never.use.any.
Turning.On
alternative.cables..
Turning.On
Always.switch.the.Vision.on.or.off.via.the.on/off.switch..Ensure.the.red.emergency.stop.
Always.switch.the.Vision.on.or.off.via.the.on/off.switch..Ensure.the.red.emergency.stop.
button.is.not.depressed..(see.page.5.to.view.the.location.of.the.on/off.switch.and.the.
Turning.On
button.is.not.depressed..(see.page.5.to.view.the.location.of.the.on/off.switch.and.the.
emergency.stop.buttons)
Always.switch.the.Vision.on.or.off.via.the.on/off.switch..Ensure.the.red.emergency.stop.
emergency.stop.buttons)
button.is.not.depressed..(see.page.5.to.view.the.location.of.the.on/off.switch.and.the.
emergency.stop.buttons)
!
Emergency Stop Button
Emergency Stop Button
The.button.shown.Emergency Stop Button
!
!
The.button.shown.
stops.the.equipment.
stops.the.equipment.
completely..
The.button.shown.
completely..
stops.the.equipment.
To use
completely..
To use
Simply.depress.the.
Simply.depress.the.
button.all.the.way.in..
To use
button.all.the.way.in..
Simply.depress.the.
button.all.the.way.in..
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9
Adjustments Prior to Use
The.intended.user.should.have.been.inspected.and.assessed.for.suitability.prior.to.use..
The.following.adjustments.should.then.be.performed.before.the.first.use.of.the.Vision.and.
without.the.user.positioned.in.the.equipment..
•
•
•
•
Position.of.the.knee.supports..
Position.of.the.heel.supports.(depth)..
Position.of.the.electronic.device.
The.height.of.the.Vision.and.thus.the.height.of.the.table..
The.adjustments.must.take.place.in.accordance.with.medical.instructions.according.to.the.
condition.of.the.user..
Assembly Instruction Note
Before.the.very.first.use.of.the.
Vision.you.must.extend.the.hoisting.
belt.to.the.maximum.position.
To.do.this.use.the.down.button.on.
the.remote.control.
The.hoisting.belt.can.then.be.used.
as.required.
0
!
Height Adjustment
• Un-tighten.knobs.(A).and.(B)..-.there.is.a.
set.either.side.of.the.Vision...
• Pull.the.top.half.of.the.Vision.up.to.heighten.
or.push.down.to.shorten.
C
• Select.another.adjustment.point.in.the.
framework.(C)..
• Ensure.the.knobs.relocate.into.one.of.the.
other.positions.available.and.re-tighten.
knobs.(A).and.(B).on.either.side.of.the.
Vision.to.secure.into.place.
A
B
Adjusting the Knee Supports
Height.Adjustment
B
• Grasp.bar.(A).and.squeeze.the.
lever.underneath.upwards.to.
release.the.knee.supports.from.
the.positioning.along.bar.(B).
• Whilst.squeezing.the.lever.
pull.the.knee.supports.up.or.
down.until.the.correct.height.
(in.correspondence.with.
the.users.knee.height.-.see.
opposite).is.achieved..
A
• Release.the.lever.when.the.correct.
position.has.been.found,.choosing.
from.one.of.the.other.positions.
available.along.bar.(B)..
• Ensure.that.the.knee.supports.lock.into.position.securely.
Depth
• Whilst.supporting.the.knee.support.with.one.hand.use.
the.allen.key.provided.to.un-tighten.adjustment.(C).
• Slide.the.knee.support.pad.in.or.out.
to.adjust.the.depth..
• Ensure.that.the.pad.supports.the.
users.knee.as.shown.(D)..
C
D
Heel Support & Knee Pad Usage
Heel Support Placement
Insert.the.heel.supports.into.the.
appropriate.holes.in.the.foot.support.
tray.(A)..Ensure.both.heel.supports.
are.placed.at.the.same.depth..
A
Foot Placement
Place.the.feet.of.the.user.into.the.
appropriate.heel.supports.and.ensure.that.
the.back.of.the.heel.is.positioned.against.
the.back.of.the.support.(B)..
Knee Pad Use
Ensure.the.knee.pad.is.positioned.
just.below.the.knee.of.the.user.
Always.make.sure.that.the.knee.pads.
allows.for.a.degree.of.flexion.in.the.users.
knee..
Ensure.that.the.legs.of.the.user.from.the.knee.to.
the.foot.are.positioned.vertically.straight.(D).
D
C
B
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Attachment of Posterior Harness & Hoisting Belts
Pull.the.belts.through.under.the.thighs,.until.they.can.be.closed.with.the.buckles.on.the.
belt..This.procedure.can.take.place.in.two.different.ways:.
• Raise.the.leg.and.pull.the.belt.through..
• Raise.the.user.and.pull.the.leg.through.the.belt.and.under.the.thigh..
• Always.ensure.that.the.belts.are.securely.fastened.and.fitted.in.the.correct.positions.(as.
shown.in.the.diagrams.below).
The. attachment. and. closing. of. the. belt. takes. place. by. means. of. the. appropriate. safety.
buckles.[examined.in.accordance.with:.UK.Res..M.S.C..8.(70).§.kg/closes.,6,.certified.
with.65]..
!
4
All steps described here for the attachment of the belts must be completed
symmetrically on either side of the users body.
Hoisting the User into Position
!
Prior to any lifting and lowering of the user or any other adjustments, the
wheels of the Vision must be locked securely in place by the brakes.
Positioning.of.the.Users.Seating.System./.Wheelchair
• Position.the.users.wheelchair.or.seating.system.as.close.to.the.Vision.as.possible.so.that.
the.front.of.the.seat./.wheels.are.positioned.against.the.back.of.the.Vision.footplate..
• Always.ensure.the.wheels.of.the.users.seating.system./.wheelchair.are.locked.into.place.
and.that.the.brakes.are.on.
• Always.ensure.that.the wheels of the Vision are also locked securely in place by the
brakes.
Attachment.of.the.Hoisting.Belt
• Attach. the. hoisting. belt. to. the. users. posterior. harness. ensuring. it. is. attached. as. far.
down,.underneath.the.users.posterior.as.possible..
• Fasten.the.hoisting.belt.to.the.plastic.latches.on.the.posterior.harness..Always.bring.the.
hoisting.belt.into.the.correct.position.by.means.of.the.“DOWN”.button.on.the.remote.
control..
• Always.bring.the.torso.of.the.patient.forward.in.order.to.be.able.to.arrange.the.hoisting.
belt.properly..
• Check.to.ensure.that.the.user.is.secured.in.the.harness,.the.hoisting.belt.is.securely.
attached.and.that.the.feet.and.knees.are.correctly.positioned.with.the.knee.pad.in.place..
• Use.the.remote.control.to.gradually.lift.the.user.into.an.upright.standing.position.
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Posterior Support Fitting & Adjustment
Flip.Away
• Slide.the.plastic.handle.(A).
away.from.the.frame.and.
swing.the.pad.down.to.allow.
easier.access.for.user..
A
The.picture.above.shows.a.suitable.position.for.the.
pads.which.gives.the.user.posterior.support..
Width.
• Un-tighten.the.adjustment.point.(B).with.a.6mm.allen.
key.
• Slide.the.posterior.pad.in.or.out.within.its.bracket.
until.the.desired.position.has.been.achieved.
• Re-tighten.the.adjustment.point.with.the.allen.key.to.
secure.the.pad.in.place.
Depth
• Unscrew.knob.(C).and.slide.the.pad.along.the.frame.
until.a.suitable.position.has.ben.found.which.gives.
the.user.support.
• Re-locate.the.knob.into.one.of.the.other.positions.
available.along.the.frame.(D).
• Tighten.the.knob.into.place.to.secure.the.pad..
C
6
D
B
Adjusting The Desk
!
The desk surface must
always be positioned
underneath the elbow of the
user - as shown (A) to give
stability and ensure comfort
for the user.
A
Desk.Depth
• Un-tighten.knob.(B).and.slide.the.
desk.forwards.or.backwards.to.fit.
comfortably.around.the.users.body.
• Re-tighten.the.knob.to.secure.the.
desk.in.place.
Desk.Angle
• Turn.lever.(C).anti-clockwise.and.
adjust.the.desk.to.set.it.at.the.
correct.angle.
B
C
• Secure.the.desk.in.place.by.
returning.the.lever.(clockwise).back.
to.its.original.position.
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Cleaning, Care & Maintenance
We.recommend.the.following.points.for.successful.cleaning.of.your.standing.system.
• Clean.the.painted.and.chrome-plated.parts.of.the.Vision.with.a.soft.cloth.dampened.
with.alcohol.diluted.in.water..
• Clean.the.wheels.at.least.once.a.month.ensuring.any.contamination.(hair,.threads.etc.),.
which.get.wrapped.around.the.rotary.parts.or.windings.are.removed..
• Do.not.use.bleach,.acidic,.solvent,.abrasive,.biological.or.phenolic.based.cleaners.
• Ensure.that.the.framework.is.thoroughly.dried.after.cleaning.
• Always.ensure.that.any.moving.or.adjustable.parts.are.re-lubricated.
General Maintenance
!
The.Vision.a.medical.product.and.is.built.in.accordance.with.the.latest.valid.regulations,.however.
regular.inspection.by.your.specialist.dealer.should.take.place.at.least.once.a.year..This.extends.
the.life.span.of.the.Vision.and.gives.you.security...
General. maintenance. should. be. carried. out. by. a. competent,. professional. person. who. is. well.
informed.on.how.to.use.the.equipment..If.there.is.no.such.person.available.or.a.more.thorough.
check.is.needed,.a.service.via.an.approved.repairer.(see.opposite).should.be.booked..The.person.
who.carries.out.the.maintenance.check.or.service.should.always.fill.out.the.service.history.log.
record.(page.0).
As
documented opposite, the degree of maintenance required is dependant on various factors
As.documented.opposite,.the.degree.of.maintenance.required.is.dependant.on.various.factors.
relating
the
product.
In addition
to the
specific
functional
adjustment
warnings
sperelating.to
to.the
the.use
use.ofof.
the.
product..
In. addition.
to. the.
specific.
functional.
adjustment.
warnings.
cified
in this manual, it should be ensured that a thorough inspection of the following should be
specified.in.this.manual,.it.should.be.ensured.that.a.thorough.inspection.of.the.following.should.
completed
at no greater than 6 month intervals: (Points listed here are generic across the ATO
be.completed.at.no.greater.than.6.month.intervals:.(Points.listed.here.are.generic.across.the.JCM.
range.and.do.not.apply.to.all.products).
FORM
range and do not apply to all products).
!
Maintenance or replacement of parts should never be performed whilst the
equipment is in use.
Castors
• Lift.base.and.check.each.wheel.to.ensure.it.is.not.damaged,.loose.or.
worn.
Brakes
• Removing.any.grease.or.dirt.that.has.built.up.on.the.wheels,.check.that.
the.brakes.stop.the.wheels.rotating..
• Check. they. are. securely. fixed. in. place. and. that. there. are. no. signs. of.
damage.or.wear.and.tear.
Frame.
• Check.all.metal.parts.to.ensure.there.are.no.signs.of.damage.or.wear.
and.tear,.paying.particular.attention.to.adjustable.or.moving.parts.
With.correct.maintenance. • Check.there.are.no.signs.of.failure.in.joints.and.welds..
the.frame.should.provide. • Check. tightness. and. security. of. all. fixings,. bolts,. nuts,. spring. loaded.
at.least.5.years.trouble.
pegs,.and.other.fitments.
free.use.but,.depending. • Check.for.signs.of.fatigue.wears,.replace.parts.that.show.signs.of.wear.
on.conditions.of.use,.
or.repeatedly.becoming.loose..
wear.will.occur.and.a.
• ANCHOR.POINTS.(where.applicable).for.transportation.must.be.checked.
thorough.inspection.is.
to.ensure.security,.check.there.are.no.signs.of.damage,.wear.and.tear.
recommended.
or.failure.
Fixtures.
8
• Check.any.upholstery.pads.and.replace.if.worn.
Servicing via Approved Repairer
What should be completed during a service?
A.
service.
is. a. comprehensive.
combination.
inspection,. maintenance. and. repair. or.
What
should
be completed
during aof.service?
replacement.of.worn,.faulty.or.missing.components..The.growth.and.any.changes.of.the.
A service is a comprehensive combination of inspection, maintenance and repair or reoccupants.needs.since.the.original.assessment.is.taken.into.account.when.performing.the.
placement of worn, faulty or missing components. The growth and any changes of the
service..This.is.in.contrast.to.general.maintenance.(opposite),.where.only.straightforward.
occupants needs since the original assessment is taken into account when performing the
checks,.inspections.and.adjustments.take.place.and.primary.services.are.planned..
service. This is in contrast to general maintenance (opposite), where only straightforward
checks,happens
inspections
adjustments
What
if aand
fault
is found?take place and primary services are planned.
If.any.faults.are.found.that.could.prove.to.be.a.risk.to.either.the.user.or.the.operator.then.all.
What happens if a fault is found?
use.of.the.equipment.should.be.ceased.immediately.until.the.product.has.been.repaired..
If any faults are found that could prove to be a risk to either the user or the operator then all
use of the equipment should be ceased immediately until the product has been repaired.
Who should carry out the service?
Who should carry out the service?
It.is.stressed.that.only.a.JCM.approved.repairer.or.a.person.with.competent.training.of.a.
Class..medical.device.should.carry.out.this.work..
It is stressed that only a ATO FORM approved repairer or a person with competent training
Any.modifications.must.not.be.carried.out.without.prior.agreement.of.JCM.Seating.Solutions.
of a Class 1 medical device should carry out this work.
Ltd..It.must.be.understood.that.unauthorised.modifications.may.pose.a.risk.to.all.users.and.
Any modifications must not be carried out without prior agreement of ATO FORM It must
attendants,.as.well.as.potentially.invalidate.the.warranty.
be understood that unauthorised modifications may pose a risk to all users and attendants,
as well as potentially invalidate the warranty.
Any.new.parts.required.should.be.genuine.JCM.Seating.Solutions.Ltd..approved.parts,.
Any new parts required should be genuine ATO FORM approved parts, fitted to ATO FORM
fitted.to.JCM.specifications.
specifications.
Frequency of Service
Frequency of Service
JCM.recommend.that.a.service.of.this.product.is.completed.once.every.6.months.as.a.
ATO FORM recommend that a service of this product is completed once every 6 months as
minimum..However,.the.frequency.of.inspection.and.service.must.be.altered.depending.
a minimum. However, the frequency of inspection and service must be altered depending
upon.the.severity.of.use..If.the.system.is.used.in.any.of.the.following.ways.then.the.use.
upon the severity of use. If the system is used in any of the following ways then the use
could.be.said.to.be.fairly.heavy.and.constant..Therefore.we.would.recommend.the.service.
could be said to be fairly heavy and constant. Therefore we would recommend the service
interval.be.reduced.to.once.every.three.months;
interval be reduced to once every three months;
• Daily.for.around.8.to.0.hours..
Daily for around 8 to 10 hours.
• Weekly.for.at.least.6.days.out.of.7..
for at least 6 days out of 7.
Monthly.for.at.least..months.a.year.
•Weekly
for at least 11 months a year.
By.an.active.user.or.somebody.who.is.very.active.voluntarily.or.involuntarily.
•Monthly
•By By.a.user.who.is.above.80%.of.the.maximum.user.weight.recommended.
an active user or somebody who is very active voluntarily or involuntarily.
• Transported.in.a.moving.vehicle.twice.or.more.in.a.day..
By a user who is above 80% of the maximum user weight recommended.
If.the.usage.exceeds.the.amount.highlighted.above.it.is.possible.that.services.every.six.
Transported in a moving vehicle twice or more in a day.
weeks.or.less.might.be.needed..
If the usage exceeds the amount highlighted above it is possible that services every six
weeksTo
or Book
less might
be needed.
How
A Service
JCM.have.specified.technicians.trained.to.service.our.products..If.you.would.like.JCM.to.
How To Book A Service
service.your.chair.or.for.further.information.please.contact.us.on.0733.405830.
ATO FORM have specified technicians trained to service our products. If you would like
ATO FORM to service your chair or for further information please contact us on +49 (0)
Alternatively,.contact.the.person.who.issued.you.with.the.product.
6093 944-0. Alternatively, contact the person who issued you with the product.
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Service
Service Record
Record Log
Log
This.log.is.an.important.record.of.usage.and.care.of.the.product..It.is.a.primary.tool.in.
This.log.is.an.important.record.of.usage.and.care.of.the.product..It.is.a.primary.tool.in.
This
log is an important record of usage and care of the product. It is a primary tool in
predicting.the.need.for.further.service.and.maintenance..It.should.be.completed.each.time.
predicting.the.need.for.further.service.and.maintenance..It.should.be.completed.each.time.
­predicting the need for further service and maintenance. It should be completed each time
Seating
Seating
an.inspection,.service.or.any.other.significant.manipulation.has.taken.place..JCM
an.inspection,.service.or.any.other.significant.manipulation.has.taken.place..JCM
an
inspection, service or any other significant manipulation has taken place. ATO FORM
will
Solutions
Ltd.
proof
ofofservice
for
warranty
Solutions
Ltd.
willrequire
require
proof
service
forany
warrantyclaims
claimsorororders.
orders.
require
proof
ofwill
service
for any
warranty
claims
orany
orders.
Seating
Seatingsystem
systemserial
serialnumber
number
Date
Datedelivered
delivered
Battery
Batteryuse
useby
bydate
date
Date
Date
___________________
___________________
______/______/______
______/______/______
______/______/______
______/______/______
Service
ServicePerformed
Performed
Organisation
Organisation Print
PrintName
Name&&Sign
Sign
Please
contact ATO FORM if additional log sheets are required.
Please.contact.JCM.if.additional.log.sheets.are.required.
Please.contact.JCM.if.additional.log.sheets.are.required.
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0
0
Warranty
ATO FORM grants the required by law warranty of your country against defects in workmanship and materials.
The warranty would be adversely affected if the customer’s responsibility of servicing and/
or daily maintenance is not carried out according to the guidelines and intervals prescribed
by the supplier and/ or stated in the manual.
For further information, we refer to the ATO FORM homepage/download www.ato-form.
com.
The warranty can only be sustained if the ATO FORM product is in use in the same country
where it was purchased and if the product can be identified by the serial number. The warranty does not cover accidental damage, including damage caused by misuse or neglect.
The warranty does not extend to non-durable parts, which are subject to normal wear and
tear and need periodic replacement.
The warranty is null and void if non-original ATO FORM parts/accessories are used, or if the
product is repaired or altered by anyone other than an authorized ATO FORM representative
or by trained personnel officially recognized by ATO FORM for repair and maintenance of
ATO FORM products.
Guarantee
ATO FORM reserves the right to inspect the product being claimed for and the relevant documentation before agreeing to the warranty claim, and to decide upon whether to replace
or repair the defective product. It is the customer’s responsibility to return the item being
The.Vision.is.guaranteed.and.liable.for.two.years.by.ATO.FORM..
claimed for under warranty to the address of purchase.
Only. original. equipment. and. accessories. should. be. used.. When. neglect. and/or. repairs.
through.non.authorized.persons.occur,.any.guarantee.of.the.Vision.and.its.components.are.
The
warranty is given by ATO FORM or, subsequently, an ATO FORM dealer.
rendered.invalid..Product.liability.on.the.part.of.the.manufacturer.(ATO.FORM.GmbH,.34,.
D-63877.Sailauf).is.excluded.in.these.cases.
Conditions of Use
The.retailers.responsibility.is.to.unpack.the.product,.hand.it.over.to.the.buyer.and.explain.
how.to.use.the.equipment..
Above.all.the.retailer.must.carefully.read.all.operating.instructions.available.in.order.to.be.
able.to.fully.explain.the.product.to.the.customer..With.the.assistance.of.the.retailer,.both.
the.user,.customer.and.any.auxiliary.people.must.make.themselves.familiar.with.the.correct.
use.of.the.equipment..
If.the.demonstration.of.the.equipment.is.terminated,.the.retailer.must.make.sure.that.the..
user.and.any.auxiliary.persons.have.fully.understood.the.basic.functions.of.the.equipment..
This.ensures.that.they.are.able.to.avoid.dangerous.situations.during.the.use.of.the.Vision.
Vision Original Accessories
At.present.the.following.accessories.are.available.for.the.VS-000.Vision:.
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the.user,.customer.and.any.auxiliary.people.must.make.themselves.familiar.with.the.correct.
use.of.the.equipment..
If.the.demonstration.of.the.equipment.is.terminated,.the.retailer.must.make.sure.that.the..
user.and.any.auxiliary.persons.have.fully.understood.the.basic.functions.of.the.equipment..
This.ensures.that.they.are.able.to.avoid.dangerous.situations.during.the.use.of.the.Vision.
Vision Original Accessories
At.present.the.following.accessories.are.available.for.the.VS-000.Vision:.
At present the following accessories are available for the VS-1000 Vision:
• VS-000.Balancing.belt..
• VS-0010 Balancing belt.
• VS-00.Interior.leather.belt..
• VS-0110 Interior leather belt.
•• VS-00.Extended.belt.system.(consisting.of.balancing.belt.and.lap.strap)..
VS-2010 Extended belt system (consisting of balancing belt and lap strap).
VS-0050 Posterior support pad.
•• VS-0050.Posterior.support.pad.
VS-0060 Back support pad with side guidance and head restraint.
•• VS-0060.Back.support.pad.with.side.guidance.and.head.restraint..
• VS-0070 Connector sockets for the foot belt and foot loops (pair).
• VS-0070.Connector.sockets.for.the.foot.belt.and.foot.loops.(pair).
For questions on spare parts and accessories please contact ATO FORM.
For.questions.on.spare.parts.and.accessories.please.contact.JCM.
Inspecting & Reissuing of Equipment
Most.JCM.Seating.Solutions.Ltd..products.are.individually.assessed.for.a.client.prior.to.
Most
ATO FORM products are individually assessed for a client prior to issue. They are hanissue..They.are.handed.over.in.a.controlled.way.to.ensure.optimum.fit.and.specification,.
ded
over in a controlled way to ensure optimum fit and specification, checks are completed
checks.are.completed.and.any.additional.individual.verbal.instructions.given..We.therefore.
and
any additional individual verbal instructions given. We therefore recommend the following
recommend.the.following.points.are.adhered.to.prior.to.any.re-issue.of.equipment:
points are adhered to prior to any re-issue of equipment:
Cleaning
•• Cleaning
Follow. a. rigorous. process. of. cleaning. in. order. to. decontaminate. the. product. and.
Follow a rigorous process of cleaning in order to decontaminate the product and eliminate
eliminate.the.chance.of.cross.infection..
the chance of cross infection.
Assessment of
• Assessment
ofFabrics
Fabrics/ Foams
/ Foams
Carefully.asses
asses.the
the.condition
condition.
fabrics.
and.
foams.
in. the.
seating.
product,.
Carefully
ofof.
fabrics
and
foams
in the
seating
product,
andand.
havehave.
these
these.replaced.partially.or.even.completely.if.need.be..In.severe.cases.if.the.chassis.
replaced
partially or even completely if need be. In severe cases if the chassis is worn and
is.worn.and.the.seating.in.poor.condition.it.may.be.necessary.to.have.the.product.rethe
seating in poor condition it may be necessary to have the product refurbished by the
manufacturer.
In very severe cases if the chassis is badly worn and the seating in very poor
furbished.by.the.manufacturer..In.very.severe.cases.if.the.chassis.is.badly.worn.and.
condition
then
product
should bethen.
decommissioned
and disposed
of.
the. seating.
in.the
very.
poor. condition.
the. product. should.
be. decommissioned.
and.
disposed.of..
• Electrical and Electronic Equipment Decomissioning
• IfElectrical
your product
set up with an
electrical function
you should always contact ATO FORM
andis Electronic
Equipment
Decomissioning
or
your
authorised
representative
for
de-comissioning
information.
If.your.product.is.set.up.with.an.electrical.function.you.should.always.contact.JCM.or.
your.authorised.representative.for.de-comissioning.information.
• Appropriateness of Equipment
• Check
that the equipment
supplied is appropriate for the needs of the user taking age,
Appropriateness
of Equipment
weight,
ability, diagnosis, and any other important factors into account. For instance, ATO
Check.that.the.equipment.supplied.is.appropriate.for.the.needs.of.the.user.taking.age,.
FORM products may not be suitable for persons with severe challenging patterns of behaweight,.ability,.diagnosis,.and.any.other.important.factors.into.account..For.instance,.JCM.
viour. Also ensure safe specified limits for use are not exceeded by the new user. Your sales
Seating.Solutions.Ltd..products.may.not.be.suitable.for.persons.with.severe.challenging.
representative
can advise on the suitability of the equipment.
patterns.of.behaviour..Also.ensure.safe.specified.limits.for.use.are.not.exceeded.by.the.
new.user..Your.sales.representative.can.advise.on.the.suitability.of.the.equipment.
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• Manuals and Records
Ensure. this. instruction. manual. and. any. additional. manuals. for. the. seating. unit. are.
handed.over.to.the.new.user.with.the.equipment.and.ensure.the.servicing.log.history.is.
••Accessories
Manuals and Records
Check.all.accessories.carefully.for.damage.and.potential.shortcomings.which.may.pose.
Ensure this instruction manual and any additional manuals for the seating unit are handed
a.risk.to.the.user.
over to the new user with the equipment and ensure the servicing log history is up to date.
• Function
Records on the new user must be updated to maintain traceability.
Ensure.that.all.the.functions.of.the.chair.are.working.correctly.e.g..tilt.in.space,.height.
•adjustment,.back.recline,.folding.etc.
Inspection
The equipment should have a rigorous inspection prior to the reissue, to include the points
covered in the six monthly routine check, regardless of if the checks were recently comple• Fixings
ted. The equipment should be free of excessive wear or distortion in any aspect of its main
Check.that.any.knobs,.hand.wheels,.nuts,.bolts,.levers.and.fixings.are.in.good.condition.
construction or accessories.
and.fitted.in.place.securely.
• Condition
• Modifications
Wheels, tyres and brakes must be in good working condition, properly adjusted and infla-
Any.special.modifications,.adaptations,.alterations.or.other.such.procedures.including.
ted as appropriate.
added.accessories.may.require.review..If.they.are.found.inappropriate,.remedial.action.
•(if.considered.safe.and.practical).should.be.taken.to.reverse.them.if.possible.
Accessories
Check all accessories carefully for damage and potential shortcomings which may pose a
risk to the user.
• Labelling
Any.labelling.specific.to.the.previous.user.should.be.removed.and.replaced.with.labelling.
•specific.to.the.new.user.
Function
Ensure that all the functions of the chair are working correctly e. g. tilt in space, height
adjustment, back recline, folding etc.
• Adjustment
Adjustment.of.the.equipment.to.the.new.user.must.be.carried.out.by.suitably.qualified.
•and.
Fixings
experienced. professionals.. These. adjustments. along. with. the. other. appropriate.
checks.and.tests.should.be.completed.with.the.owners.knowledge.and.agreement..
Check that any knobs, hand wheels, nuts, bolts, levers and fixings are in good condition
and fitted in place securely.
• Hand Over
•Competent.handing.over.of.the.equipment.to.the.new.user.or.attendant.must.include.
Modifications
proper.training.and.advice.in.safe.use,.particularly.regarding.transportation.issues.
Any special modifications, adaptations, alterations or other such procedures including added accessories may require review. If they are found inappropriate, remedial action (if
considered safe and practical) should be taken to reverse them if possible.
• Packaging
•Always.ensure.that.the.chair.is.packaged.correctly.before.delivery.
Labelling
Any labelling specific to the previous user should be removed and replaced with labelling
specific to the new user.
• Adjustment
Adjustment of the equipment to the new user must be carried out by suitably qualified and
experienced professionals. These adjustments along with the other appropriate checks
and tests should be completed with the owners knowledge and agreement.
• Hand Over
Competent handing over of the equipment to the new user or attendant must include proper training and advice in safe use, particularly regarding transportation issues.
• Packaging
Always ensure that the chair is packaged correctly before delivery.
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Selection from our programme:
■ Walking aids
■ Gait trainer
■ Standing aids
■ Seating aids
■ Hoists
■ Body Protection
■ Customized solutions
Thank you for your interest in our products.
For questions please contact ATO FORM GmbH
or your specialist dealer.
Your ATO FORM Team
Your specialist dealer
ATO FORM GmbH, Zur Lauterhecke 34, D-63877 Sailauf
phone +49 (0) 60 93/9 44-0, E-Mail: info@ato-form.com
www.ato-form.com
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