Comfort Carrier Evacuation

 

                             Evacuation Packages
                              Comfort Carrier
 
Cost effective, easy to use, versatile, ADA compliant lifesaving device allows two or more people without special training to help evacuate handicapped or disabled - anyone unable to walk, whether due to disability or trauma resulting from the emergency.  Ideally suited to
Cost effective, easy to use, versatile, ADA compliant lifesaving device allows two or more people without special training to help evacuate handicapped or disabled - anyone unable to walk, whether due to disability or trauma resulting from the emergency.  Ideally suited to wheelchair users.

                  
 
Placed on the wall near fire exit of any multistory building.  Indispensable  as part of an inclusive emergency evacuation plan for Universities, schools, managed-care facilities, hospitals, nursing homes, group homes, government and public buildings such as wheelchair accessible subsidized housing, etc.  Employers, human resources are your most valuable assets!  Landlords, reduce risk and improve tenant satisfaction by demonstrating concern for their safety!  There's no reason to leave anyone behind! 
 
  
 
 
Versatile: When no other alternatives exist, by attaching the 4 handles of the Comfort Carrier to a rope it can be used to lower someone to safety down the exterior of building, a mountainside, or even by helicopter.
 
Post Evacuation Transportation & Care: After initial rescue and evacuation is complete, the Comfort Carrier will make it much easier to place the individual in any available automobile for transportation to a safer location, or to the nearest hospital if the person is injured and an ambulance is unavailable.
 
Shelters, Hospitals, & Temporary Residence: After rescue and evacuation, the Comfort Carrier can be utilized in place of many other specialty devices that may not be available to make otherwise inaccessible hospitals, shelters, or other places of temporary residence usable. It can assist in moving injured and disabled individuals up and down stairs, to a bed, cot, air mattress, or even the ground to and back to a wheelchair.
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