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SOS Marine proud to distribute Rescue Dummies

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SOS Marine has been appointed to be a distributor of the Rescue Dummies. They complement their supply of the SeaScoopa, designed for the picking up of person out of the water.

These rescue training dummies are perfect for simulating rescues from fire, height, confined spaces, static and flowing water or extrication from vehicles or collapsed buildings.

The rescue training dummy range has evolved after years of research and product development, to offer and exceptionally durable rescue dummy that can safely be used in situations too hazardous or uncomfortable for human volunteers - and at a reasonable cost.

The Rescue dummies are used in Australasia by the Navy, Army, RAAF, Fire services, SES, RFS, Surf Life Saving, Power utilities, Training companies - and Emergency Services Worldwide.

The Rescue dummies have anatomically correct weighting that simulates a real casualty. They are realistic life-like soft feel and specific models designed for different rescue scenarios. There are no hard limb-joints means no pinch welts for trainees.

SOS Marine is an Australian company manufacturing safety and rescue equipment for 12 countries defence forces and various maritime professionals worldwide.

More at www.sosmarine.com


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