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Rescue Sheets

Rescue sheets are known as soft stretchers. They are essential tools used by ambulance personnel and rescue services in emergency situations. The sheets are lightweight and compact, making them easy to store, but also extremely durable and equipped with multiple handles on the sides for multiple responders to lift and carry. Their versatility makes them a musthave for any emergency response team

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Rescue Sheets or Flexible Rescue Litters

Flexible rescue litters, also known as rescue sheets, are designed to safely and securely transport victims from point A to point B. They are lightweight and strong. The material is made of a durable fabric that is easy to clean and maintain. Some of the litters have adjustable straps for added security and comfort for the victim and multiple carrying handles for easy maneuverability. It also features a contoured design which allows the litter to easily fit through tight spaces like doorways and stairwells, making it perfect for emergency response situations. 

How to deploy rescue sheets in mass casualty events?

Deploying a flexible rescue sheets in a mass casualty event requires a few steps to ensure the safety of all involved.

1. First, secure the scene and assess the situation. This may include setting up a security perimeter and assessing the number of casualties.

2. Once you have an idea of the number of casualties and their locations, coordinate resources to deploy the flexible rescue litter.

3. Each litter should be set up with a team of two rescuers. The team should be equipped with the necessary protective gear, such as gloves, masks, and goggles.

4. The rescuers should then move the casualties to the flexible rescue litter, one at a time, using proper lifting techniques.

5. Once the casualties are on the litter, secure them with the straps provided (if the straps are available on the model).

6. Finally, the litter should be carried to the medical area or evacuated from the scene.

By following these steps, rescuers can safely and efficiently deploy a flexible rescue litter in a mass casualty event.