Bath Room

Despite the high-risk environment, we believe bathroom products can be designed with features that reduce risk. It is not farfetched to believe that the en suite bathroom can create an increased risk of self-harm and suicide as it is difficult to supervise. Regardless, en-suite bathrooms are utterly important to provide patient autonomy and infection control. However, purely focusing on safety may cause a reduction of desired functions for the user, that is why we try to develop products that have a simple, smart and functional design, yet create a safer environment.

  • Designed, as well as all the other products, in order to communicate simplicity and clarity in its form and function, it offers smart storage for shampoo bottles or glasses for toothbrushes. • Removable for cleaning • The bracket is durable and keeps its function after releasing 1000 cycles • Highly flexible material • Soft corners for reduced risk of injury • Bracket and shelf tested by SP/RISE the bracket is tested to withstand over 1000 releases retains its shape and function afterwards
  • The suicide resistant shower rail is based on the same unique and patent pending rail design that is used for the wall and ceiling mounted curtains.

  • At HealSafe Interiör we care about safety without compromising the normalization of patient rooms.
    Our suicide resistant hook has no sharp edges or loose parts.
    The hooks are produced in several different colours and can be mounted to a high pressure laminate board with 2, 3 or 5 hooks as a standard offer. The board can be ordered custom made in desired length and number of hooks.
  • It is designed to take the weight of ordinary personal care products but when additional risk force is applied it releases from the bracket. Designed in collaboration with Region Hovedstadens Psykiatri, Denmark. • Removable for cleaning • Strong and durable plastic that cannot be made sharp • Large radius corners for hygiene and reduced risk of injury
  • The suicide resistant toilet brush is with the other products in our bath room range used at several psychiatric hospitals and environments of risk in Scandinavia and the UK. The toilet brush is designed to reduce risk of self-harm or risk of hurting anyone else.
    There are no sharp or brittle edges, and the material is flexible.
  • Suicide-preventive multifunctional waste bin in polypropylene for use with a paper bag, plastic bag, or no bag at all. Also a disposable version (paper trash or sanitary bag) in recycled paper.
  • Unique designed paper towel holder. Made of 1,5 mm PP with no sharp edges and in soft material.
    Mounted with the same wall mount as for the toilet roll holder & shower shelf.
  • Our mirrors are designed to look and function as "regular" mirrors. The smart looking frame and the high-quality unbreakable mirror are key to achieve both safety and an attractive interior. Unlike mirrors that are recessed or glued to a wall, our mirrors can be replaced easily. Mirrors are not only needed in the bathroom. A large mirror close to the door offers the opportunity to catch a glimpse of yourself before leaving the room. Mirrors also create a sense of space in a small room. On request, the frame of the mirror can be offered in several different laminates, e.g. birch, ash or walnut. • scratch resistant unbreakable polycarbonate • reduced distortion in comparison with polished metal • The frame is produced in an extremely robust material The frame has sloping edges to reduce the risk of fastening a ligature
  • Unique designed paper towel holder. Made of 1,5 mm PP with no sharp edges and in soft material.
    Mounted with the same wall mount as for the toilet roll holder & shower shelf.
  • Suicide-preventive multifunctional sanitary bin in polypropylene for use with a paper bag, plastic bag, or no bag at all.
  • The suicide resistant bathroom shelf is designed in collaboration with Region Hovedstadens Psykiatri (Mental health services in the Capital Region of Denmark)
    These products, as well as other products in this range, are used at several psychiatric hospitals and environments of risk in Scandinavia and the UK.