reach and rescue
Reach and Rescue have scooped another innovation award for the unique and revolutionary long reach telescopic rescue pole system at this year’s Seatrade Maritime Awards as part of the UAE Maritime Week, held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, UAE
The Royal Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals have recently equipped all of their officers, over 500, with the Reach and Rescue Animal Rescue Kit. They are absolutey delighted with the kits and here is what Tim Minty from the RSPCA has to say about them!
Over the years, it’s fair to say, Reach and Rescue have had their share of recognition in the field of water safety and rescue equipment. Pioneers in both innovation and ingenuity when it comes to rescue pole system technology, a technology still in its infancy and yet to be adopted as the status quo with regards to public water safety awareness. So it isn’t surprising when the team at Reach and Rescue receive a plethora of nominations for various awards and certifications. Three nominations in particular stood out to be notably prestigious;
, Great Britain is literally covered in and surrounded by water. So, suffice it to say our emergency services and rescue teams have a mammoth task when it comes to keeping us safe in difficult water related accidents or emergencies.
The RSPCA, as a society of volunteers and teams of rescuers across the country, serve to protect and prevent all animals from cruelty and harm. Helping to save and re-home over 100,000 animals of all kinds in the U.K., the RSPCA have adopted an award winning rescue technology to add to their capabilities, the Reach and Rescue Pole Kit with all the attachments.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded nearly two hundred years ago in 1824 in London. Since its inception the RSPCA has influenced legislation for animal protection, spearheaded a globally recognised approach to animal rescue and now leads the way in the use of innovative rescue equipment by teaming up with Reach and Rescue in producing a bespoke rescue pole system, aptly dubbed the Creature Reacher. The rescue poles have since been install
Over the last few weeks, Reach and Rescue, and our friends and partners, have been screaming the same mantra from the proverbial roof tops in the form of a social media hashtag: #PickUpAPole. Designed to raise awareness around one thing and one thing alone, our 'Pick-Up-A-Pole' campaign has paved the way for the introduction of the world's first telescopic rescue pole public access system; Portsafe!
‘Shock’ the new water safety video produced by Derbyshire Fire & Rescue will do just that; shock you. And rightfully so.
Focusing on the dramatic realities of water safety awareness, the video is set at what seemingly looks like an old quarry and an idyllic spot for the three young main characters of the film to have a inocent swim in the sun. Of course all ends horribly for the trio and you’ll see exactly why when you watch the video.