Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Equipment

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Scene Management

Disaster Medical Technologies offers Triage and Disaster solutions that help responders organize, identify, and manage incidents involving multiple patients, disaster and mass casualty incidents in and outside the hospital. Used by professionals and agencies worldwide, these products are designed and tested by leaders in disaster and incident management. Founded and led by career Firefighter/Paramedic professionals that understand first-hand the need for simple yet effective disaster solutions. All products comply with the National Incident Management Systems (NIMS). Scroll down to Request for Quote. ·         Triage Tags, Tapes and Patient Identification Products ·         Tracking and Command  Boards, Worksheets and Charts ·         Area ID Flags and Tarps, System Tools and Kits ·         Specialized Products and System for Rehab, CERT, Schools and More ·         Training Videos, Programs,  Charts and Support ·         ICS and Disaster Experts to Answer Your Questions and Provide System Solutions 
Multi-Casualty Incident (M.C.I.) organizational system have a need for a system designed exclusively to address the problem of treating a large number of victims at any time. With minimal training and experience, fire departments, rescue personnel and civilians will have the ability to triage patients, organize treatment based on the extent of injuries and prepare for transportation to medical facilities. This product line was created to greatly improve the current state of readiness when the next disaster strikes. All products were developed by professional firefighters drawing on a combined total of 50 years of field experience then adapted for civilian use and emergency medical service providers. This enables everyone involved in a multiple casualty incident (MCI) to work within a standardized organizational structure to do the greatest good for the greatest number of victims.