Safespear understands the infrastructure challenges confronting the Australian healthcare sector in the face of the COVID-19 crisis, and we are here to help.
The Safespear SafeClinic is an engineered control used to rapidly provide additional Class-N (Type 5) negative pressure isolation rooms (NPIRs) to increase healthcare infrastructure capacity and help to protect healthcare workers and patients from the risk of COVID-19 aerosol transmission.
Our standard SafeClinic units feature three patient isolation rooms with ensuite and a nurse’s station room. Each patient room features an anteroom, which forms a double door ‘airlock’ entrance. Accompanying Class-N compliant HEPA-filtered ventilation and monitoring systems maintain a negative pressure barrier within the patient room and ensure aerosols carrying the SARS-CoV-2 virus cannot be transferred. Alternative room configurations can be provided.
The transportable modular buildings comply with all relevant Australian Standards and building codes and are suitable for use in cyclone prone areas of Northern Australia. The rooms are independently air-conditioned, fitted with access ramps and can optionally be fully equipped with hospital grade furniture and communications systems making them a true turnkey solution.
In addition to supporting metropolitan infrastructure needs, our aim is to also prevent and control the spread of COVID-19 in remote and regional communities where hospital isolation room facilities do not exist. The transportable and adaptable nature of our SafeClinic units means they can be quickly and easily deployed in any location throughout Australia.