AFS Security supply and install Primera (Safehinge) locking systems for many of the mental health units in London and the surrounding counties. East London NHS Mental Health trust and The Priory are two of our main clients for these needs.
We install the Primera Anti Ligature Bedroom and communal locks, complete with a master key system allowing doctors and nurses access to all bedrooms where necessary, and patients their own personal key to their bedroom.
ANTI-LIGATURE LOCKSETS & HANDLES
The Primera range of anti-ligature locksets and handles are designed to keep service users safe. They’re intuitive to use, making life easier for staff and ensuring quick operation– especially in stressful situations. Plus they’re robust and ideal for retrofitting, keeping maintenance and installation costs to a minimum.
Designed to overcome barricades of any type, Primera patented locksets provide peace of mind and help to save lives.
The Primera range of robust and anti-ligature handles are all independently tried, tested and proven in the Mental Health environment. They’re also designed for service users with different needs and varying levels of strength and manual dexterity.
THE MOST COMPLETE OVERRIDE LOCKING SYSTEM
ON AN ANTI-LIGATURE LOCKSET
When facing barricade and hostage scenarios, clinical staff said they just want to know they can get access when they need it. That’s why Primera developed the most complete override locking system on an anti-ligature lockset – 5-way SOS (Staff Override System).
In the most common barricade scenario – where a service user is holding the internal turn/pull – the staff key dominates the internal turn/pull (“key override”), ending the barricade quickly and simply.
For determined barricade attempts – where the keyway is blocked or the service user has jammed the turn/pull – there are four additional emergency override methods, ensuring staff can always get access – providing peace of mind and saving lives.
The result? A lockset that’s been tried, tested and proven in challenging Mental Health environments to keep service users safer