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This wheelchair has been crash tested in its standard configuration. However, due to safety risks, Sunrise Medical do not recommend the transportation of people in their wheelchairs.
Should a person need to be transported in wheelchair on transport systems, the following should be adhered to:
1. The wheelchair must be positioned forward facing.
2. For tie-down points on the wheelchair, please look for the tie-down symbols on the wheelchair.
3. A head restraint must be fitted and suitably positioned at all times during the transportation.
4. If possible, remove seat cushion to create a lower centre of gravity.
5. The chair is crash-tested, and has satisfied the Dynamic test requirements of ISO 7176-19.
6. The wheelchair must be secured by a 4-part Tie-Down Restraint system, conforming to ISO 10542 part 2.
7. The occupant must be restrained independently of the wheelchair by a lap and diagonal safety belt, conforming to ISO 10542 part 3. Sunrise Medical postural lap belts are for postural support only, and not suitable as restraints during transportation.
8. Any detachable accessories or components of the wheelchair must be removed and stored securely in the vehicle luggage compartment during transportation.
9. The Tie-down restraints should be fitted to the main frame of the wheelchair as indicated by the karabiner stickers, and in the User Manual, and not to any other part of the chair.
10. The Tie-down restraints should be attached as close as possible at an angle of 45, and tightened securely in accordance with the restraint manufacturers’ instructions.
11. The wheelchair parking brakes must be firmly applied.
Translation - Danish Transport i køretøjer
Denne kørestol er kollisionstestet i standardkonfigurationen. Af sikkerhedsmæssige grunde anbefaler Sunrise Medical dog, at man ikke foretager nogen form for transport af passagerer i kørestole.
Såfremt det er nødvendigt at transportere en person i en kørestol via anden form for transport, skal følgende overholdes:
1. Kørestolen skal stå i kørselsretningen under transporten.
2. Fastspændingspunkterne er markeret på selve kørestolen med karabinhagesymboler.
3. Kørestolen skal have monteret en hovedstøtte, som skal være indstillet korrekt til enhver tid under transporten.
4. Om muligt bør sædepuden tages af for at sikre et lavere tyngdepunkt.
5. Denne kørestol er kollisionstestet og overholder de dynamiske afprøvningskrav i ISO 7176-19.
6. Kørestolen skal sikres ved hjælp af et 4-punkts-stropsystem i henhold til ISO 10542 del 2.
7. Passageren skal være fastspændt uafhængigt af kørestolen ved hjælp af et sikkerhedsselesystem med såvel hofte- som skuldersele, der overholder ISO 10542 del 3. Sunrise Medicals hofteseler er udelukkende beregnet til kropsstøtte og er ikke egnet som sikkerhedsseler under transport.
8. Enhver form for aftageligt ekstraudstyr eller andre aftagelige dele af kørestolen skal afmonteres og opbevares sikkert i køretøjets bagagerum under transporten.
9. Fastspændingsstropperne skal monteres på selve kørestolsstellet som angivet af karabinhagemærkerne samt i brugervejledningen. De må ikke monteres på nogen anden del af kørestolen.
10. Fastspændingsstropperne skal monteres i en 45 vinkel eller så tæt som muligt på denne vinkel og spændes forsvarligt i henhold til stropfabrikantens vejledning.
11. Kørestolens bremser skal slås forsvarligt til.
Other - MSc - University of Edinburgh
Years of translation experience: 23. Registered at ProZ.com: Jun 2001. Became a member: Mar 2004.
English to Danish (University of Edinburgh) Norwegian to English (University of Edinburgh) Swedish to English (University of Edinburgh) Norwegian to Danish (University of Edinburgh) Swedish to Danish (University of Edinburgh)
Danish to English (University of Edinburgh)
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Edinburgh University degree qualified translator, MA & MSc, with 22 years freelance experience in wide range of fields. Fast, accurate work of high standard. Highly accomplished in user documentation, marketing, manuals, websites, market research and tourism, as well as quality assurance and audio transcription/translation.
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I keep copies of my invoices, as this is a legal obligation for tax purposes.
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