Professional experienced medical care at the point of injury anywhere in the field
Every project aims for zero harm, but accidents do happen. When they do, early access to appropriate management and treatment reduces deterioration, increases survivability and promotes a speedier recovery.
Support by Numbers
Our medics have provided over 30,000 hours of offshore renewable medical cover this year
By providing treatment in field our medics have saved £834,000 by keeping people working
Using our paramedics has resulted in 73% of cases returning to work and not going back to shore
All our Clinicians have a complete set of GWO qualifications to allow them to climb any asset in the field. In addition we provide our clinicians with full STCW training allowing them to act as vessel crew.
Pre-written tool-box talks ensure vessel crew and PAX alike are all briefed to support the Paramedic in making a prompt response to an incident.
Where required our Clinicians have IRATA Rope Access & Confined Spaces training.
On deployment each clinician has a full array of equipment at their disposal, the kit has been put together to provide the clinician with the required resources to treat, manage and care for any conceivable scenario. Equipment is stored in cases and bags complete with a dedicated lift bag to ensure a rapid unhindered response.
Equipment carried can be adapted to site requirements.
Our Clinicians carry the same level of equipment that you would find on a frontline ambulance.
All equipment is logged on a date sensitive spreadsheet alerting us to expiring items initially giving six months’ notice something needs replacing.
Weekly, shift change, and monthly checks are carried out and recorded digitally.
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