The company’s lifting cushion is used by ambulance trusts across the UK and is a key piece of equipment used by paramedics when moving people who have fallen.
CEO Simon Claridge said: “The production team has been working extra weekend shifts to get the equipment produced and distributed to ambulance workers.
“We are extremely grateful to our committed and skilled staff who have enthusiastically given up their free time to get equipment dispatched quickly.
“Now more than ever before it’s vital that the healthcare community uses innovative new initiatives to reduce hospital admissions, ambulance calls outs and promote social distancing.
“The right equipment and post fall management strategies are proven to support these aims and we are seeing key decision makers across the sector recognise our proposition as a sustainable, long term solution during these challenging times.”