Rescue Equipment

Rescue and Escape Device offers fully automatic operation.

Able to be used at heights up to 300 or 100 m for 1 or 2 users, respectively, RollglissÂ-® R500 offers controlled descent (0.6-0.9 m/sec), self-rescue, emergency evacuation, and assisted rescue with lifting capabilities. Bidirectional design allows one end of lifeline to descend while other ascends to prepare for another rescue. For durability and performance, construction includes...

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The Personal Retriever Authorized By U.S. Coast Guard

At the recent 2007 TSAC Meeting, the U.S. Coast Guard officially announced that LIFE-SAFER INC'S Personal Retriever can be used in place of 20 and 24-inch ring buoys in an effort to overcome the loss of life due to falls overboard in the towing industry. In 2006 The Retriever played a major role in the rescue of a pilot and deckhand who had fallen overboard. Both individuals were rescued with one...

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Crimson Fire Partners with W.S. Darley & Co. to Market the Boomer(TM) Internationally

BRANDON, S.D., April 19 // -- Crimson Fire has signed a strategic partnership agreement with W.S. Darley & Co. to market and sell its new Boomer(TM) device overseas. Crimson, which is a subsidiary of Spartan Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ:SPAR), introduced the Boomer today at the emergency-rescue industry's largest trade show. The Boomer is a new crossover product that combines five emergency- rescue...

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Scott Health & Safety Introduces The Pak-Tracker Firefighter Locator

Scott Health & Safety Introduces The Pak-Tracker Firefighter Locator

New technology allows trapped and downed firefighters to be found anywhere DATELINE (April 27, 2006) - In 2004, 11.7% of firefighter deaths were the result of being caught or trapped during an emergency response-¹. While all firefighter deaths are tragic, the third leading cause of death for firefighters - being trapped or lost - may be avoidable in many emergency situations if the proper tool...

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Portable Video System features shoulder sling design.

Portable Video System features shoulder sling design.

WalkAbout II(TM) is available with display detached from control box, with both affixed to shoulder sling. Bandolier style sling can be slipped over existing rescue wear and removed via quick-release latch. Detached monitor folds closely to chest for low profile when entering and moving in confined spaces, yet unfolds for optimal viewing angle when searching for trapped victims.

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