The Rescue Line
Our blog with news, techniques and rescue gear talk — straight from the experts.
Sharing a post by Nepal Trekking & Tour Operator's Facebook page. A Sked was used to aid a dangerous rescue work done by brave sherpa on Mt. Everest. Source: Nepal Trekking & Tour... View Article9/18/2017 The Sked aided search and rescue crews help hiker ... 11/1/2016 Skedco at the EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LEADERSHIP FO... 10/27/2016 Rescue 3 International Conference at Camp Kuratli 1/28/2016 SKED used to haul patients to Prince George’...
I often get the question, "Can you use our Oregon Spine Splint (OSS) instead of a long board in combination with The Sked Stretcher?" The answer is Yes! The OSS is the only short vest-type immobilizer on the market that meets all the... View Article
Skedco, Inc., has created a new kit designed for rapid emergency evacuation of hospitalized patients or victims in an active-shooter incident. The Sked RAS (Rapid Access System) is designed to hang on a wall or behind a door and... View Article3/12/2015 SKEDCO Mortuary Haz-Mort Sked 12/23/2014 Active Shooter Medical Bag by Skedco 11/18/2014 Skedco – The 7 Skeds of Skedco 10/14/2014 SKEDCO – The HazMat Hospital (HMH) SKED
If you were wondering just how extreme the conditions our rescue Skeds are used in, read this quick article about the “Guardian Angel” rescue squadron in Afghanistan. This elite, specially trained team rescues patients in “any... View Article10/4/2012 Safety Inspection of the Sked Basic System 9/28/2012 New Skedco Videos 1/17/2012 Happy New Year
Check out this article on JEMS's website of the terror attack drill taken place in NYC. Skedco is proud that our HMH Sked has a part in the drill to help NYC's emergency responders to prepare for such... View Article6/1/2015 Skedco Learning Center Course Schedule 3/23/2015 Tahoe Backcountry Ski Patrol training session With... 2/21/2015 Skedco Holds 1st Learning Center Class 2/20/2015 Skedco to exhibit at EMS Today 2015!
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