MTS SafetySure Mobility Sheet
MTS SafetySure Mobility Sheet

MTS SafetySure Mobility Sheet

MTS SafetySure Mobility Sheet (SSMS) simplifies transfers while reducing the risk of caregiver back strain. Its built in straps help to evenly distribute weight over the gurney. This sheet folds for easy storage in a drawer or closet, when not in use. Great for turning and boosting patients in bed.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
4115 Small Each $4.00
4116 Medium Each $4.72
4117 Large Each $5.73


  • MTS SafetySure Mobility Sheet reduces back strain during lateral transfers
  • Better than traditional draw sheets
  • Machine washable
  • Pediatric to adult sizes
  • Used primarily to:
    - Move a patient up in bed
    - Turn in bed
    - Transfer between bed and shower trolley, etc
    - Lift patient from floor to bed
    - Emergency Evacualtions

More Information

  • Positioning:
    The SSMS is placed underneath the individual from the head to the hips. This is achieved by turning the patient onto one side and then inserting the SSTG with the handgrips folded under the sheet. Once the SSMS is placed, roll the individual back onto the sheet. When two caregivers lift an individual up from the floor, the SSMS should be placed with the bottom edge at the hollow of the knees. After the transfer, remove the SSMS by folding in the hand grips and turning the patient onto one side and carefully pulling the SSMS at an upward angle.
  • Moving a patient up in bed:
    - There are many ways to move an individual in bed. If the patient is not too heavy, the caregiver can carryout this operation without assistance. For heavier individuals, an assistant is required. The caregivers should stand on opposite sides of the individual to be lifted. It is an advantage if the individual can push with their leg. When moving the individual, be careful not to bump the individuals head against the bed headboard.
  • Turning in bed:
    - There are many ways to turn an individual in bed. If two caregivers are turning the individual, they can stand on the same side of the bed or on opposite sides. For lighter individuals, only one caregiver maybe needed. Turning is generally accomplished in two stages: the individual is first moved to the edge of the bed and then turned. The individual should be encouraged to assist in the turning process as much as possible. Remove the SSMS after the individual has been turned
  • Transfer between bed and shower trolley, x-ray table, etc:
    - A transfer from a bed to a shower trolley, and x-ray table, etc. can be accomplished in two methods. The caregiver can move the individual straight across or the individual can be lifted from the bed and transferred. When using the lifting method, lift the individual by the legs and hips first, followed by the upper part of the body, thereby reducing the load. The use of a Safety Sure Transfer Sling around the feet and ankles can simplify the transfer. Before executing the transfer, make sure that the casters on both transfer point are locked.
  • Lifting from floor to bed:
    - Care should be taken when lifting to avoid injury to the individual and caregivers. The SSMS is an excellent aid in this process and can be used by two to six caregivers. The lift can be accomplished with the individual in either the sitting or reclining position.


ParticularsSmall 4115Medium 4116Large 4117


Number of Handles448
Product Weight1lb2lb4lb
Weight Capacity250lb350lb500lb


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