All around the world, construction of buildings and other vital infrastructure continues at a rapid rate. Organizations operating in the sector have a duty to ensure that all staff are trained for the complexities of their work – and how to safely evacuate or even rescue others in an emergency.
The manikin ranges shown below are our recommendations for manikins used by the construction industry based on 30 years of experience supplying dummies to the sector worldwide.
Whether you require a dummy for Tower Crane Rescue, Confined Space, general Working at Height, Manual Handling or Casualty Evacuation Training we have the model for you.
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Our base model is a popular choice for most rescue scenarios typically practised by emergency rescue professionals including Confined Space, USAR, Chemical/Biological Hazards, Road Traffic Collision (RTC) and general handling exercises - ensuring effective, realistic training.
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.
After customer feedback we have enhanced some features on our popular Duty Range manikin. This manikin is more ‘upright’ through the head and torso making it a perfect ‘conscious casualty’ in Road Traffic Collision extrication training
If your team were faced with an obese casualty, would they be able to rescue them safely?
This product is the perfect choice where space is limited or when there are not enough people to position a full-weight bariatric manikin in place ready for training.
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).”
The Working at Height 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.