Our 2021 Survey and the 2022 whitepaper set out to better understand challenging behaviour from the viewpoint of those who are at risk of injury from it. Our approach to this was to speak to people wi...
Reducing the risk of injury and trauma of behaviour that challenge.
Welcome to BitePRO® Bite Resistant Clothing, is a brand of comfortable and user-friendly clothing and arm guards, designed to effectively protect you from human bites, scratching, pinching and subsequent psychological trauma and distress.
Mental health care professionals, special educational needs teacher, special needs parents, psychiatric social worker, and even security and law enforcement professionals are all at risk of being bitten by a patient, pupil, service user or member of the public.
We conducted a survey of Education, Health, and Social Care professionals across the United Kingdom and the United States. Please read our comprehensive report.
The aim - to start a conversation about the issues around challenging behaviour and injury. The resulting whitepaper raises questions ranging from personal health and safety to the use of restraint to reduce physical and mental harm. With commentary and insights from our own team and professionals from within each sector.
Please also read BitePRO® Senior Consultant Rachel Riding’s extremely informative article: “BitePRO® Survey Confirms Many Workers Are At Risk Of Being Bitten” and view our complete product range.
David Watts, Director of Risk and Safety of Priory Group, one of the UK’s leading and most respected provider of mental health care clinics stated:
“Whilst we are in the fortunate position to only need to use BitePRO® Bite Resistant Clothing and arm guards in rare circumstances, when it has been used, we have received very favourable feedback. I am absolutely certain that the use of this equipment has helped to advert serious incidents and serious injury.”
By letting BitePRO® take care of the risks, you can concentrate on what matters most to you!
Please contact us in case you have any questions.
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