Capital Safety introduces the new DBI-SALA Rollgliss Technical rescue bridles designed to connect to stretchers for safe and efficient patient evacuation.
The new rescue bridle allows rescue personnel to safely and efficiently rig a rescue stretcher with a rated lifting bridle that allows both vertical and horizontal lifting capacity. Featuring easy glide adjustable buckles and ergonomically friendly easy grip tabs on each leg, the rescue bridle allows for easy adjustment of the stretcher to the required position, providing the best angle for patient comfort and the individual rescue scenario.
Ashley Campbell, National Training & Rescue Manager for Capital Safety explains the bridle is ideal for use by emergency services in both industrial and technical rope rescue applications and environments. The bridle gives the attendant the opportunity to either ‘in ride’ or ‘out ride’, depending on their particular requirements.
DBI-SALA Rollgliss Technical rescue bridles are available in three models, one without karabiner connections allowing the use of existing hardware, and two with different sized karabiners that allow connection to a variety of stretcher makes and models to safely and efficiently evacuate or rescue an injured person in stretcher recovery operations.
The integral rigging bridle head allows for several simultaneous connections, ensuring neat, tangle-free and organised lines when conducting twin rope rescue operations.
A world-leading designer and manufacturer of height safety, confined space and industrial rescue equipment with 20 operating sites worldwide, Capital Safety is home of the DBI-SALA and PROTECTA brands of fall protection equipment.