The Ferno recovery system, available from Ferno Australia provides a quick and simple solution for gentle recovery of conscious or unconscious casualties who have fallen or who require immediate assistance. The unique feature of the Rescue Recovery System is the ability for a single operator to raise or lower a casualty up to 50m to safety.
When combined with the Ferno Res-Q-Link Recovery Pole, the Ferno recovery system is ideal for both basic or complex rescue operations and works on a mechanical advantage and lowering system to provide a smooth and controlled recovery of a fall casualty – quickly and precisely. Supplied pre-assembled and ready for immediate use, the Ferno recovery system comes with heavy duty rope and locking systems to provide fail safe control. The Res-Q-Link pole can extend from 1.5m to 2.8m and includes a torch holder plus a rope and web cutting knife.
The Ferno Rescue recovery system can be quickly deployed for rescue, retrieval and escape scenarios such as:
- Confined space
- High angle rescue
The Ferno rescue recovery system has the following features:
- Large alloy double action hook compatible with most recovery systems and allowing two configurations to provide versatility when rescuing a fall victim
- Extendable from 1.5 m to 2.8 m
- Fibreglass outer pole and rubber coated handle for maximum grip and control in long reach scenarios
- Torch holder for low light scenarios which is compatible with most slim line torches
- Rope and web cutting knife to cut victim free once a recovery system is attached
The Ferno Rescue Recovery System is an effective safety tool for all organisations that have a requirement to adequately prepare their staff for emergency response, such as:
- Employees who perform entry rescue services
- On-scene emergency response teams
- Industrial rescue teams
- Industrial worksites such as utilities (manholes), mines, rigging etc
The Ferno rescue recovery system is used by leading industrial companies and fire and rescue authorities in Australia and overseas and is built to meet the strict Australian Standard AS/NZS 1891.1:2007.