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Confined Space Rescue Training Manikins

Our confined space training manikins are designed to represent the correct anatomic weight distribution of a real person, ensuring all training is as realistic and as effective as possible; preparing you for all eventualities. 

Constructed from the same flame retardant material used in Police ballistic/stab vests, with high density polypropylene webbing, these manikins are tough enough to withstand being buried under concrete or steel lintels, driven over by a 4x4 vehicle, or dropped from a 2nd floor window without damage (approx 4 meters). 

The manikin splits into smaller parts with no individual component weighing more than 25kg. And due to its detachable limbs it is easier to position in any rescue scenario, so especially suitable for confined space training. Plus, the strong webbing loop at the back allows easy handling, hauling aloft, storage and suspension for drying. 

Other features include:

Water repellent material

Soft body joints to eliminate the risk of pinch welts and bruising; common injuries when using plastic bodied manikins

Supplied with boots

Used in the following industries:

Construction

Chemical / Oil Industry

Factory / Industry

Shipping rescue training

Ports & Harbour

Water / Sea Rescue

Offshore

Transport & Utilities

Mining

Fire & Rescue

Aviation

Mountain Rescue

Hospital & Care

Prisons

Military

Ambulance / EMS

Police / Law Enforcement

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