Oceanis Entry Steps

Safety, security & reassurance

Entry Step Security


The Oceanis entry steps are designed to attach into the unique flange system of the Oceanis birthing pool. 

This innovative design ensures that they stay solid and stable when in use and protects them from inadvertent movement or tipping. 

The integrated wheels are automatically deployed when weight is removed, to allow them to be removed from the pool for access


Entry Step Ergonomics


When entering the pool, the woman is able to step up alongside it and then use the dedicated handrail to secure her position before lowering her left leg into the water. 

This avoids the woman needing to twist on the top step or climb onto the rim of the pool and swivel round. 

Entering and exiting the pool is safer, easier and more ergonomically friendly

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the lead times ?

Approx 14 weeks.  They are usually ordered at the same time as the pools but can be ordered later if you wish

What colours do they come in ?

The standard colour is white to match the standard white of the pool; however, if the pool is chosen in a different colour then the steps will automatically be colour coded to the pool

Can they be used with any birthing pool ?

The unique “locking” mechanism of the steps works perfectly with the flange system of the Croyde Oceanis birthing pool.  They can be used in a stand alone scenario but they will not lock into the pool.  A risk assessment should be completed before using them with any other pool

Do the steps have wheels ?

Yes, small castors allow the steps to be moved around the room.  When the steps have weight applied, the castors retract into the steps and become locked to the floor