RESCUE AND SECURITY

Bariatric (Obese) Training Manikins

Staff in every sector need training to effectively handle heavier people. “Globally the number of overweight and obese individuals had risen to 1.46 billion in 2008, a 23% increase since 1980 (ODI Future Diets Report).”

Casualty Evacuation Manikin

The casualty evacuation training manikin was specifically designed for the Fire Fighter recruitment and annual fitness test as specified by the Chief Fire Officers Association. Whilst 55kgs is the specified weight for UK FRS, this product could be made to your own requirements

CONFINED SPACE MANIKIN

The perfect training partner for confined space training, or any other difficult access location as this manikin splits into several sections making it easier to transport and construct once in position.

Fire House Manikins

The Fire House Manikins demonstrate a good balance between temperature and abrasion resistance. They are predominately designed for BA snatch rescue training in fire houses and for 'hot fire cell' training. The Fire House Manikins will easily withstand temperatures of around 160°C at floor level (400°C at the ceiling!) for a prolonged period of time - they will of course deteriorate if placed to close to naked flames or in excessive temperatures, just as any fire kit would!

Mass Casualty Manikins

A cost effective manikin when large numbers of casualties are required - they have little or no weight to them (approx. 4Kg) and would be perfect for a large, multi agency exercise where a large number of casualties//bodies are required to be seen but not necessarily rescued

Multi Trauma Rescue Manikin

For the more complex rescue scenarios the Multi-Trauma dummy offers features that allow a variety of interesting rescue training options

Multi Duty Training Manikins

The most versatile manikin for all rescue scenarios typically practiced by EMS/AMBULANCE/HART professionals including: BA, USAR, Chemical/Biological Hazard (CBRN), Road Traffic Collision (RTC) and general handling exercises - ensuring effective ambulance resilience training. Widely used by Police Support and Firearms units for specialist tactical training such as policing at height, room entry procedure, public order and riot control The most versatile manikin for all rescue scenarios typically practiced by emergency rescue professionals including: Confined Space, USAR, Chemical/Biological Hazard, Road Traffic Collision (RTC) & general handling exercises - ensuring effective, realistic training.

Prisoner Security Manikin

Ideally suited to police and prison services to train for the evacuation of restrained unconscious casualties in an emergency situation

Rescue Accessories

A selection of consumable items for the training manikins and a range of accessories to customise your manikins to suit your requirements

Rescue Dog

Sometimes our four-legged friends get into trouble too, whether walking on cliff top beauty spots, out on river estuaries or even just in the local park

Rescue Manikin with Airway Management

Complete Airway Management training outside of the classroom with our full-bodied mankin

Rescue Manikin with CPR

Step out of the classroom and complete CPR training in ‘real-life’ situations for better learning outcomes

Water Rescue Manikins

Our recommendations for training Navy personnel, Coastguards, Lifeguards and Search & Rescue professionals

Working At Height Manikins

This manikin is constructed to provide extra rigidity and reduce slumping when using a rescue harness. Used globally by Special Rescue teams, Arborists, Health & Safety trainers, Industrial Rescue teams and many more.

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An anatomically accurate adult male torso, used to teach and practise the palpation, auscultation and percussion elements of abdominal or gastrointestinal (GI) examination. Ideal for OSCE preparation and assessment
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