Our disaster management products for hospitals and clinics include items, such as tabletop training kits and incident command boards, that assist in the planning of evacuations and surges. This ensures your healthcare facility or clinic has the tools necessary for effective patient care in an all-hazard incident while being compliant with the new CMS emergency preparedness rule from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
Our proven disaster management products have become the national standard for healthcare facilities and clinics. The EVAC123 patient evacuation system provides a simplified process to evacuate a facility while tracking patients from the moment they leave their room to the point where they are reunited with their family. Our hospital surge kit allows any facility to quickly establish external treatment areas and manage the flow of self-transport patents from the triage to admissions. Training kits for both evacuation and surge ensure your staff is properly trained.
Browse our collection of disaster management products for healthcare facilities and clinics today. Our line of Hospital Incident Command System (HICS), Nursing Home Incident Command System (NHICS) vests, and command boards ensure proper Incident Management Team positions are established to optimize your emergency response plan.
The EMT3 Optimized All Risk®; Wristband Triage Tag is specifically engineered as an integral part of the new EMT3 (Enhanced Method of Triage, Treatment and Transportation) System. It features updates such as a larger, more detailed Transportation Receipt, an added Ambulance receipt, and a ..
All Risk® Dual Wristband Pediatric Triage Tag
This is our Synthetic Paper All Risk(R) Pediatric Triage Tag with the added benefit of 2 bar-coded wristbands; one for the patient, and one for the parent or guardian. This NEW All Risk® Dual Wristba..
DMS-05006 All Risk® Triage Tag
Standard • Florida • Military
Now Optimized for EMT3™
New larger more detailed Transportation Receipt, Ambulance Receipt, and downward triage capability.
First responders are facing challenges never before imagined. The once unthinkable threat of radiol..