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Cresto Red Pro III Box Rescue and Evacuation Device

RED Pro III is the latest version of RED Pro with a refined and simplified lifting and locking function for rescue. This version is equipped with a built-in torque limiter in the hand wheel. Used to lift a person so that you can release any attenuator lines after a fall and then evacuate the distressed person to a safe surface.

During descent/evacuation, the centrifugal brake is automatically engaged and regulates to a constant descent speed for a simple and safe descent, from for example cranes, wind turbines, mobile work platforms, and industrial buildings. The downhill speed is up to 2m / s depending on the weight of the person (s).

£105.00
(inc. VAT)

Tractel Bravo Manual Chain Lifting Hoist

This Bravo hoist is a manual lever hoist, with a 1.5m chain and a SWL of 250KG.

£154.56
(inc. VAT)

Petzl Crevasse Rescue Kit containing the equipment needed for hauling/ascending in crevasse rescue situations: Micro Traxion, Tibloc, Partner Pulley, 120 cm ST’Anneau sling, 2 x OK Screw-Lock karabiners

From £203.40
(inc. VAT)

Petzl Jag Hauling System

The Petzl Jag System is a pre-assembled hauling kit designed for pickoffs, making a releasable anchor, or tensioning a system. It comprises a Jag Traxion, Jag pulley, two Am’D Triact-Lock karabiners, a 7.7 mm lightweight rope and a flexible cover. Certified to European and Russian standards.
Available in three lengths: 1, 2, and 5m.

£204.47
(inc. VAT)

Sar 6 to 1 Casualty Pulley System (CPS)

The 6 to 1 Casualty Pulley System (CPS) is designed to lift casualties onto a stretcher or transfer their load from lanyards, slings or rope to the rescuer or rescue system. It's simple lightweight design allows a rescuer to de-weight (remove the weight from) a casualty so that their lanyards can be removed from a structure or a descending / ascending device can be removed from a rope when being rescued.

£219.60
(inc. VAT)

Petzl ID Evac Self-braking Descender

The I’D EVAC self-braking descender is primarily designed for lowering from an anchor. The ergonomic handle is specifically oriented for managing of a load from the anchor and offers comfortable descent control.

£289.80
(inc. VAT)

Petzl Rad System Crevasse Rescue Kit

A complete kit with special cord, designed for skiers for crevasse rescue, rappelling, or roping up on a glacier. Ultra-lightweight and compact Complete, ultra-lightweight and compact, the RAD SYSTEM (Rescue And Descent) kit allows skiers on mountain terrain to always have the equipment necessary for crevasse rescue, rappelling, or roping up on skis to traverse a crevasse zone. The kit contains a storage bag, 30 meters of RAD LINE 6 mm cord, karabiners, ascenders and a sling. Order

£290.62
(inc. VAT)

Please note bag colour may vary this can be Hi Viz Yellow or Orange. 

Synergy Casualty Hoist 6:1 Rescue Cracker

For use by a rescuer to 'de-weight' a casualty to facilitate transfer to your rescue system.

£310.01
(inc. VAT)

Please note bag colour may vary this can be Hi Viz Yellow or Orange. 

Lyon Synergy Reach Pole

Lyon Synergy Reach Pole - is primarily intended to aid the remote connection of the Synergy pick off rescue kit to a fallen worker.

£464.70
RRP £534.00
Save £69.30
(inc. VAT)

 

Skylotec Mini Pulley System

The Skylotec Mini Pulley System is a compact pre-rigged rescue and hauling system often referred to as a “Casualty Pulley System”

From £562.80
(inc. VAT)

Petzl Jag Reversible rescue kit and I’D EVAC descender. Quick and easy evacuation of a victim.

The JAG RESCUE KIT is a ready-to-use reversible rescue kit designed to easily pick off and lower a victim. It contains a JAG SYSTEM haul kit, a RING OPEN gated ring, an I’D EVAC descender with integrated brake, a CONNEXION FIXE 150 cm anchor strap, a BUCKET bag and an AXIS 11 mm rope with two sewn terminations. It is available in three lengths: 30, 60 and 120 m. 

From £740.81
(inc. VAT)

Please note bag colour may vary this can be Hi Viz Yellow or Orange. 

Synergy Pick-off Rescue Kit

Synergy Pick-off Rescue Kit Rescue pack containing pre-assembled kit for rescuing a suspended casualty. Supplied in a rescue bag with comprehensive user instructions, individual product information, inspection advice and Certificates of Conformity for all the items within the kit.

From £802.74
RRP £944.40
Save £141.66
(inc. VAT)

Skylotec Milan 2.0 Auto-descent Rescue Device

The Skylotec Milan 2.0 is one of the world's most popular auto Controlled Rate Descender (CRD) rescue device, ideally suited for rescue and evacuation from wind turbines, tower cranes, telecommunications towers and more.

£852.00
(inc. VAT)

Gordon Pulley System

Self-blocking pulley system with GORDON RESCUE in the 1:5 configuration. This set includes the GORDON RESCUE fall arrester device and the corresponding hardware. The SUPER STATIC 10.5 static rope (item no. L-0741) with sewn eyelets should also be ordered in the required length.

Non Stock Item! Extended lead-times may apply to this item. Please call for urgent orders.

£870.29
RRP £1,024.00
Save £153.71
(inc. VAT)

Skylotec Milan 2.0 Power Drill

Power Drill - Purpose designed drill kit for powering the Milan 2.0 Power Hub rescue. Comes with drill, two batteries, charger and carry case.

From £924.95
(inc. VAT)

Tractel Evak 500

The Tractel Evak 500 winch hoist is a manual rope winch offering unlimited travel with a 500kg capacity. Specially designed for rescue operations for use exclusively with Tractel Textile static 12.5mm rope.

From £979.73
(inc. VAT)

Spanset Gotcha Rescue Kit CRD 

The Spanset Gotcha Rescue CRD Kit is a pre-assembled rescue and evacuation system, designed to lower a casualty safely at a constant rate with no risk of an uncontrolled descent. The kit can also be used to lift casualties over a short distance.

£1,043.95
(inc. VAT)

Skylotec Milan AGR 2001 Auto-descent Rescue Device - 27m

The Milan Rescue device offers a wide field of applications for different rescue situations. In order to control the rescue techniques, the user has to be instructed by a SKYLOTEC-qualified and specially trained person who is acquainted with the device.

From £1,291.50
(inc. VAT)

Checkmate Max 150R

The Checkmate Maz 150R Descender is one of the most versatile constant rate descender on the market today and is packed full of innovative features. This descender can be used on a wind turbine, tower crane, telecomms mast etc.

From £1,323.00
(inc. VAT)

Checkmate PED5 Personal Evacuation Device. Quick and easy to use.

The PED5 is a ready-to-use evacuation kit designed to easily pick off and lower a victim. It is available in two lengths: 20 and 30m.  Supplied in a  self contained in bag.

From £1,445.76
(inc. VAT)

3M™ DBI-SALA® Rollgliss R550 Rescue and Descent Device with Rescue Hub

When every second counts, count on the ROLLGLISS R550 rescue and descent the ultimate in fall protection. The Rollgliss R550 is the lightest most compact unit on the market and unique descender offering dual brake for ultimate safety.

From £1,505.84
(inc. VAT)

Skylotec Milan 2.0 Hub

The Skylotec Milan 2.0 Hub is one of the world's most popular auto controlled rate rescue devices, which enables two people to be evacuated simultaneously from a structure, be that a wind turbine, tower crane, telecomms mast etc.

From £1,524.00
(inc. VAT)

Skylotec Milan 2.0 Power

The Milan 2.0 Power is a special version of the Milan 2.0 Hub, that has been adapted to enable it to be powered by a drill to allow faster ascension on the rope.

As detailed in the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 - Approved Code of Practice and Guidance: The provision of adequate emergency measures is of prime importance when carrying out rope access work. There should be a specific rescue plan for each worksite, with on-site practice if appropriate. In any case, work teams should practice rescue techniques from time to time. Operatives should always be in a position to recover themselves, or to be recovered quickly and efficiently by the immediate work team or by a dedicated on-site rescue team. Rescue equipment should be appropriate to the nature of the workplace, e.g. length of ropes, availability of extra anchor slings, hauling equipment etc.

Why do you need a rescue kit? 

As detailed in the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 - Approved Code of Practice and Guidance: The provision of adequate emergency measures is of prime importance when carrying out rope access work. There should be a specific rescue plan for each worksite, with on-site practice if appropriate. In any case, work teams should practice rescue techniques from time to time. Operatives should always be in a position to recover themselves, or to be recovered quickly and efficiently by the immediate work team or by a dedicated on-site rescue team. Rescue equipment should be appropriate to the nature of the workplace, eg length of ropes, availability of extra anchor slings, hauling equipment etc.

What type of rescue kit do you need?

If self-rescue is not possible, then there are generally two types of rescue: a 'reach rescue' (using the casualty to clip himself / herself into a rescue system or using a reach pole to clip a connector onto the casualty and then use a hauling or lowering system to haul or lower the casualty to safety) or a 'pick-off' or 'snatch' rescue (where someone ascends or abseils to the casualty and clips the casualty to their system and ascends or descends to safety). A mix of both may be possible if the rescuer can set up an anchor point just above the casualty and set up a lowering system, ideally using a controlled rate descender (CRD).

A guide to the Conformity Standards:

EN341Personal fall protection equipment. Descender devices for rescue.
EN354Personal fall protection equipment. Lanyards.
EN795Personal fall protection equipment. Anchor devices.
EN1496Personal fall protection equipment. Rescue lifting devices.
ANZI Z359.4Definitions And Nomenclature Used For Fall Protection And Fall Arrest
EACEurAsian Conformity marking confirms full compliance with the “Basic Safety Requirements”, which are specified in the Technical Regulations.

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