Human bites used as a weapon in assaults against healthcare professionals are a growing concern. They form part of the many disturbing workplace violence statistics
Wearable protection from injuries associated to dealing with challenging behaviour.
Welcome to BitePRO®, the world's first specialised brand of protective clothing, offering dependable scratch, pinch, and bite protection.
Healthcare and educational professionals, psychiatric social workers and carers, can all be at risk of being harmed by patients, pupils, service users or members of the public.
A survey from the American Psychological Association Classroom Violence Directed Against Teachers Task Force found that 44% of teachers report being physically attacked by students.
A survey of registered nurses working in hospitals showed that, during the pandemic, 44% reported experiencing physical violence.
At BitePRO® we care about your personal safety and the safety of the person you are working with or caring for. Feel visit our comprehensive products page and view our 'Guide to BitePRO® Arm Guards' enabling you to make the best and most informative decision.
Being scratched, pinched or bitten is not simply ‘part of the job’. The risk of this type of injuries can be significantly reduced, and BitePRO® protective clothing is one of the most effective and dependable means of doing so. Please read the following informative expert blogs:
We are also extremely proud to present one of our more recent product developments. Our ‘Chest Protector’ offers extremely comfortable, ultra-lightweight impact and blunt force, as well as bite, pinch, and scratch protection to the entire torso:
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 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 many times.”
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