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Features and How to Use the Rescue Swag Adventurer

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Features and How to Use the  Rescue Swag Adventurer

Find out the unique features of the Rescue Swag.  A "how to" video on the Rescue Swag Adventurer First Aid Kit.

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USING THE HEARTSINE SAMARITAN PAD 500P DEFIBRILLATOR

Defibrillator Extra Safety Heartsine Defibrillator Product Videos

USING THE HEARTSINE SAMARITAN PAD 500P DEFIBRILLATOR

The HeartSine samaritan PAD 500P Defibrillator combines the very best in public access AED technology. Offering the unique CPR feedback technology, the 500p gives real-time feedback to the rescuer thus maximising the chances of survival!

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HOW TO UNROLL & ROLL YOUR RESCUE SWAG

HOW TO UNROLL & ROLL YOUR RESCUE SWAG

Below are video demonstrations on how to effectively unroll and roll you Workplace or Original Rescue Swag First Aid kit:   WORKPLACE RESCUE SWAG   ORIGINAL RESCUE SWAG  

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HOW TO USE RESCUE SWAG AS A SPLINT & IMMOBILISATION DEVICE

HOW TO USE RESCUE SWAG AS A SPLINT & IMMOBILISATION DEVICE

   Follow these simple steps to use your Rescue Swag as a SPLINT & IMMOBILISATION DEVICE:   Remove first aid modules from the Rescue Swag and zip it closed Lengthen (webbing) straps Wrap Rescue Swag carefully around injured limb as required - you will configure your splint to suit the injury. Take care to position around other injuries Tighten straps until the joint is immobilised or immobilisation is achieved, taking care not to over tighten. Alternatively, this Rescue Swag can be used to immobilise a leg by fitting it to both legs. Offering extra support and lessening movement (as pictured...

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HOW TO USE RESCUE SWAG AS A SLING

HOW TO USE RESCUE SWAG AS A SLING

  Follow these simple steps to use your Rescue Swag as a SLING:   Remove first aid modules from the Rescue Swag and zip it closed Lengthen (webbing) straps Make a roll with Rescue Swag and secure with external velcro tabs Carefully place the injured limb inside the roll Pass the extended strap around neck and clip to the opposite buckle The second strap may be passed around the back and clipped in to the remaining buckle for greater stability. NOTE: For larger people, both straps may be tied together as an extended neck strap.

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