EMS Immobilization Equipment

One of the first steps that EMS and firefighting crews will take when they encounter a seriously injured victim is immobilization. Depending on the injury, fire and EMS immobilization may require small flat splints, a full-body splint, a neck brace, or any other typical medical immobilization resources.

At All Hands Fire, we know how important it is to relocate injured personnel, which could be a crewmate or civilian, to safety in a timely and cautious manner. That’s why we only supply the most trusted fire and EMS immobilization equipment available. Firefighter and EMS teams can use our range of resources to extricate and transport injured personnel with the utmost care.