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Signage guardian

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Yeoman Shield were proud to supply Guardian Handrail, incorporating signage, to a pioneering scheme by Bradford Teaching Hospitals to provide a dementia friendly environment in their hospitals. The Horton Ward at ST Luke??s Hospital was transformed using a grant from the Prime Minister??s ?Challenge on Dementia Fund??


As part of the refurbishment, which involved the use of art, colour and signage to help dementia patients to navigate their way round the hospital, Yeoman Shield were approached by Bradford Teaching Hospital to supply a handrail that would also act as a directional guide. The Guardian Handrail, installed by Yeoman Shield??s directly employed fixing operatives, to corridors on level 1 & 2 of The Horton Wing, was supplied in a Dusty Grey colour with contrasting accessories in Mid Grey to highlight the corridor openings to doorways and lifts. Signage was incorporated flush to the face of the rail in White offering directional information to hospital visitors and patients. Ultra Corner Protection Angles were also fitted to vulnerable corners of walls to prevent damage, which is easily caused by passing people, trolleys and equipment.








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