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It is not possible to evacuate injured or unconscious personnel from a turbine/sub-station using traditional fixed means of evacuation.
Our Safeland Rescue unit has been designed for the lowering of injured or unconscious personnel, either in the unit's own harness or in conjunction with a suitable stretcher to a lower deck level or directly to the safety of a rescue craft. The Safeland Rescue unit can be retrieved and reused for multiple casualty descents.
Injuired party rescue
The Safeland Rescue units can either be stored at strategic points onboard the installation or stored inside a "grab bag" for use by the fire and emergency response teams during an emergency situation.
- Cost – The Safeland (if properly maintained and recertified) need only be purchased once within the lifetime of an asset.
- Six monthly inspections – Safeland requires to be inspected only once every 5 years within a recognised inspection scheme.
- Multi-user system, people may have to wait their turn – Safeland is one man, one use, with no need to wait for others.
- Listing conditions – Safeland is not affected by the vessel listing.
- Fixed system – Safeland is portable allowing the user to choose the best time and position to make their escape.
- Mechanical system – Safeland is a non-mechanical system. It has no moving parts.
- Once user starts to descend they can't stop – Safeland allows the user to stop their descent at any time to avoid hazards.
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Safeland Rescue Units are available in standard descent lengths of 15mtrs, 32mtrs, 46mtrs, 65mtrs & 76mtrs. Longer lengths are available on special order.