Securing Wheelchairs in buses Disability Support Services and Transit Training Video

See how horribly Halifax Metro transit mistreats disabled people in wheelchairs.

Disability Support Services and Transit Training Video

Published on May 31, 2012

This video is intended to serve as a training tool for transit supervisors and trainers of student operators at East Carolina University to show the correct ways to accommodate passengers in wheelchairs.

We will cover the right way to load a passenger in a wheelchair, the correct way to secure a passenger in a wheelchair using a floor mounted tie-down system, how to safely turn and apply brakes and how to properly unload a passenger in a wheelchair.

Q’STRAINT QRT Wheelchair Restraints by Schetky NW Bus Sales

Uploaded on Mar 19, 2010

Schetky NW Bus Sales –

This is an operational video for the Q’Straint QRT Retractable Wheelchair Restraint and Securement System. It describes how to properly secure a wheelchair with this system, and gives a step by step account on how to fasten the belts. If you have this system in your bus or van, please make your drivers familiar with this video on how to operate the Q’Straint QRT.

Please also check out our videos on how to operate wheelchair lifts. Thank you.

Q’Straint QRT Training

Uploaded on Nov 11, 2009

The QRT Deluxe was the first self-locking, self-tensioning retractable system and is now the industry standard in wheelchair tie-downs.

Features and Benefits: * Dual Tightening Knobs – Provides additional tensioning if needed * Automatic, Self-Locking – Allows easy, one-handed hook-up of wheelchairs * Self-Tensioning – No manual tensioning required.

Retractors automatically take up slack to ensure wheelchair passenger is always secured * Positive Lock Indicator – Patented feature clearly indicates when fitting is locked in anchorage (L-track application only) * Interchangeable – Eliminates confusion; no right, left, front or rear locations * Low Profile & Compact – N

o mounting bracket allows retractors to fit under most footrests * Accomodates Larger Wheelchairs – Reduced overall retractor length leaves more room for wheelchairs * Universal Design – Accommodates virtually all wheelchair designs, including scooters * Durable –

Constructed from hardened steel and coated in zinc for maximum corrosion resistance * J-Hook – Reduces twisting of belts and ensures proper securement with a quarter turn accommodating virtually all wheelchair designs * Foot Release Lever – Easy release eliminates the need to bend down

Wheelchair Securement

Uploaded on Jan 9, 2010

GJRC procedure for wheelchair securment

Joe Grier and JMG Media with SURELOK, Inc.

Published on Jul 9, 2013

While it may not make any of us rich in America – choosing what companies and organizations we work with has allowed us to curtail stress levels and move far away from high turnover in staffing. Being able to lay the ground work with company’s like SURE-LOK, Inc.

provides us with the opportunity to work with innovative manufacturers, distributors and sales people that really want to make a difference in peoples lives. SURE-LOK does that every single time they partner with a bus, trucking or new car company to ensure the safe transportation of physically handicapped people. We are honored at JMG Media to be a part of the SURE-LOK family.

RERC on Wheelchair Transportation Safety Crash Tests

Uploaded on Jan 25, 2010

Failed Crash test according to ISO 7176-19 & 10542 – el-wheelchair with a 4 point tie down system

Uploaded on Apr 14, 2010

See for more information. A sharp bracket causes the lap belt to get torn on the right side of the wheelchair, while holding in the other. This causes the shoulder belt to cut with an enormous force from just under the ribs towards the head, resulting in tearing off the head of the occupant (decapitated). Safety belts webbing should not be worn or twisted and must be protected against sharp edges and corners. Occupant is decapitated, due to the occupant restraint being torn by a sharp edge on the right side of the wheelchair.

På grund af en skarp metaldel på højre side af kørestolen springer hofteselen i den ene side, mens den holder i den anden. Dette bevirker at sikkerhedsselen skærer med en voldsom kraft, fra lige under ribbenene, og med retning op imod skulderselens forankringspunkt hvorved hovedet rives af testdukken. Det er vigtigt at der ikke findes skarpe kanter på en kørestol, hvor en sikkerhedsselen skal have sit forløb.

Q’Straint Wheelchair Securement “We Never Know” Accident Stories | AMS Vans Mobility Equipment

Published on Jun 14, 2013

It shouldn’t take an accident to make people in wheelchairs and their caretakers realize just how important it is for handicap vans and other accessible transportation to have optimal wheelchair securement in vehicles. Learn important safety information in this video!…


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