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Search And Rescue Equipment





search and rescue equipment






    rescue equipment
  • equipment used to rescue passengers in case of emergency

  • Rescue refers to operations that usually involve the saving of life, or prevention of injury.





    search
  • Examine (a place, vehicle, or person) thoroughly in order to find something or someone

  • an investigation seeking answers; "a thorough search of the ledgers revealed nothing"; "the outcome justified the search"

  • Look for information or an item of interest in (a computer network or database) by keying words or other characters into a search engine

  • Try to find something by looking or otherwise seeking carefully and thoroughly

  • the activity of looking thoroughly in order to find something or someone

  • try to locate or discover, or try to establish the existence of; "The police are searching for clues"; "They are searching for the missing man in the entire county"











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Search & Rescue Team Kit (30200)


Search & Rescue Team Kit (30200)



Contents: For search and rescue: (2) hard hats (2) pairs leather palmed work gloves (2) safety vests (2) safety goggles (1) roll of duct tape (1) pry bar For easy breathing: (2) dust masks For attending to injured people: (1) search and rescue first aid kit (4) pairs vinyl gloves For communication and light (2) whistles with lanyards (2) flashlights with two sets of batteries (2) 12-hour light sticks For compact storage and easy carrying: Packed in a heavy-duty backpack with suede leather bottom for content protection and easy carrying. Double pockets aid organization. Bright orange tag identifies kit in an emergency.










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BE PREPARED
Emergency Program Coordinator, Bill Elsner with Smokey the Bear and Forestry
Service Workers for Emergency Preparedness Week on the Coast.

Last week, the Emergency Operations
Centre (EOC) at the Sunshine Coast
Regional District office on Field Road
was set up for Emergency Preparedness
Week. The event is a Canada-wide
week dedicated to informing, educating
and raising awareness on personal
preparedness for disasters. Coast
residents and SCRD staff were invited
to tour the facility, which would be
the command centre in the event of a
disaster. The BC Forest Service Coastal
Fire Centre fire truck was on display, as
was the Salvation Army Disaster Services
truck and the Emergency Program
Mobile Command Unit.
As part of the displays, the Forest
Service presented information on the
“Fire Smart” program and how to make
your home safer from wildfires. People
were educated about the Salvation Army’s
primary task during disasters, which is
to provide food and emotional support
to emergency responders. Also residents
were able to view the Emergency
Program Mobile Command Unit that
contains communications, mapping,
and rescue equipment. Sunshine Coast
Search and Rescue are the primary users
of this new vehicle.
Story by Bill Elsner











Refuel, Broadford




Refuel, Broadford





The Coastguard keeps a 24-hour watch from strategic sites around the UK coastline.

There are six regions. Each region is split into districts which in turn are divided into sectors. The region is run from a Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (MRCC), the district from a Maritime Rescue Sub-Centre (MRSC) and the sector by a Sector Officer.

The sector has a number of Auxiliary Coastguard Stations in which they don't maintain a 24 hour watch but are used as a base for volunteer Auxiliary Coastguard teams and for the storage of rescue equipment and vehicles.

Auxiliary Coastguard's turn out at any time, day or night, in all weathers and carry out excellent work to assist in the search and rescue of those in peril.

This is the Broadford mobile team refuelling CG Rescue 100 at Broadford Airstrip.









search and rescue equipment








search and rescue equipment




ACR-3995.3 Firefly 3 Rescue High-Intensity Strobe Light for Use in Search and Rescue Operations






Manually activated rescue strobe 360 high intensity Xenon strobe visible for up to 2 miles Large sliding switch allows for easy operation by gloved hands. Newly-designed base platform allows unit to stand upright easily Conceived as state-of-the-art replacement for famous Firefly forerunners, 4F and 4G designed as electronic flare to replace day/night pyrotechnic signal in aviation life rafts. Stainless steel retainer securely attaches removable battery door to case. Integral strapping slots provide a secure anchor point Ideal for life vests, safety harnesses, backpacks and flight suits. Common Specifications for Firefly 3 size: 4.75 x 2.2 x 1.2-Inch, weight 3.8-Ounce with Lithium batteries. Material: polycarbonate, waterproof:factory tested to 10-Meter (33-Feet)beam angle: Omni-directional 360 degree. Visibility: visible up to 5-Kilometer.Flash Rate: 60 to 10 flashes per minute. Lamp: high intensity Xenon strobe. Battery type:2 AA alkaline or 1.5V lithium (5 year replacement life) not included. Certification: USCG 161.012/58/0 (alkaline or lithium), USCG SOLAS 161.112/58/0, MO LSA Code Res. MSC.81(70), FAA (TSO-C85) approved (with lithium dated batteries only). Limited warranty: 1 year. Operational life: minimum 8 hours continuous at 30 degree Fahrenheit. Meets USCG and IMO (SOLAS) specifications.










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