Price (£45 - £60)
Life Saving Equipment
Life Saving Equipment
Quick and easy precautions
Working and playing near and on the water has a certain sense of freedom to it. It also can come with a level of risk that other areas may not have. We can’t control the sea or rivers, no matter how much we may know about them, and being prepared for any accidents or issues that may arise on the job or during recreation is important. Our life-saving equipment contains easy and quick solutions that are simple to use, but powerful in their impact.
Both of the pieces that are part of this assortment are buoyant and portable. They can help someone float on the water for a lengthy period of time while help is coming. Their drift ability will stop someone from drowning immediately and the different lengths of rope attached to the life saving equipment make it possible to pull someone to safety quickly. Lowering that risk of fatality and damage is the key and each one of these does the job beautifully.
Water recreation and work
Of course, fishing boats, pools, docks, pleasure boats and tankers are prime areas for adding our life-saving equipment to tool sheds, boxes and on board. When you’re out on the water, the last thing you want to be worried about is how to save someone should they fall overboard, be knocked off their feet or the boat capsizes. With the two options available and the different variations within them, you will discover a safe way to be prepared for some of those mishaps that catch us by surprise from time to time.
The options we offer are straightforward and simple. When you are putting together your supply list for a water job or vacation, you want to be able to easily pick up that essential piece of life saving equipment without too much fuss or worry.
Our Throw Lines come in 15, 20 and 25 metre lengths, have a bright red floating device with vivid and highly visible yellow highlights to make it easy to find in the water. The Life Buoy is a self-contained item that can be stored easily on board any ship or boat, kept on the dock or mounted near a pool. Visibility is key to comfort and both of these will assuage any fears and concerns for safety.