Here at Mobility Engineering we offer a wide range of behavioural, postural and security harnesses to suit your needs. The harnesses we offer are quick to install as well as having the ability to easily move them from vehicle to vehicle. These harnesses are designed for personal, business and organisational use and are able to be used with wheelchairs, car seats, buses and even airplanes!
It is a requirement to keep a current doctors certificate in your vehicle when disability harnesses are in use. Navigate through the list below to find out more about the harnesses we have available, you can also download brochures under the information on each harness. If you have any questions or require further information please don’t hesitate to contact Mobility Engineering and speak with one of our friendly staff members!
The Careva Crossit Belt is a postural and support belt system ideal for those that want versatility and portability. All that is required for the Crossit Belt to be attached to the seat is a gap between the backrest and seat, meaning that it is highly portable and can be fitted to almost any seat.
The straps on this belt system can be adjusted meaning that your passenger will not outgrow the harness. The Crossit Belt is ideal for both personal and community transport use in wheelchairs, car seats, buses and even airplanes.
The Careva Harness System is a postural and support harness that provides support and prevents the person falling forward or to the side to ensure that the function of ordinary three point safety belt works at an optimum level. It is to work in conjunction with the vehicle’s original seat and seatbelt and can be fitted in all vehicles with an opening between seat base and back (this includes child seats and wheelchairs). There are combinations of the harness system that can be used in taxis and Community Transport, which can be fitted and dismounted with ease.
The Careva Harness Systems includes 4 core components:
Spinal Belt – The Spinal Belt is the foundation for the other parts of the system and is always fitted first. This goes around the car seat and secures at the back of the seat.
Shoulder Harness – The Shoulder Harness is used in the same way as the Thoracic Belt to fix the upper body and to prevent the person from falling forwards or to the side.
Pelvic T-Belt – The Pelvic T-Belt is used to hold the pelvis to the back of the seat to ensure good positioning.
Combi Harness – The Combi Harness is a combination of the shoulder harness and a pelvic t-belt. The shoulder straps are fastened on the front rather than the side as the standard shoulder harness.
Thoracic Belt – The Thoracic Belt is used to position the upper body and prevent the person from falling forwards or to the side.