The RR2 rescue sled was developed as a casualty transfer system for use across a wide range of water rescue scenarios. It’s designed to be easy to manoeuvre and can be paddled, pulled by in-water personnel or towed by a motor boat or a jet ski to the point of rescue.
When attached to the side of a boat or a pontoon, the sled can act as a platform for enabling the easy recovery of casualties. A variety of stretchers can be located on top of the sled and used in conjunction with a four-point lifting harness.
The sled’s 15 centimetre thickness gives a stable platform for rescue personnel. If required, two sleds can be joined together with a twinning rig to form a larger platform.
Both inflated and deflated, the RR2 is lightweight and portable. When deflated, the sled can be packed into its supplied carry bag for storage or transit.