Miller "Casualty Pulley System" Rope Pulley System. 2 Metre Extended Length.
Casualty Pulley System, Very compact and light weight.
- Lightweight pulley system which enables the rescuer to clip the casualty to his own line and lift and transfer him either onto his system or onto a stretcher.
- Maximum, Fully Extended Length: 2m.
- Pulley, Ascender and Karabiners fit into a compact and strong Carrying Bag.
- Weight: 1.2kg
What's the Difference?
Emergency Evacuation- the removal of a person from a hazardous situation to a place of safety. For example, a person stuck on the roof of a burning building, or an operator stuck in the cage of his man-up fork-lift in a warehouse
High access rescue- the safe recovery of a person who has fallen or is trapped as the result of an accident at height. This person may or may not be injured. For example, a telecommunications worker suspended by his fall arrest lanyard as the result of a fall, or a fallen mountaineer on a cliff face