Whether they are used in the rescue service, in the military, by the police, whether as a small first aid bag or rescue backpack - emergency bags and rescue bags are united by the high demand for functionality. They do all that:
- Transport professional first aid and emergency equipment
- Protect sensitive instruments and equipment such as medicines, syringes, cannulas, measuring instruments, bandaging material and make them safely transportable
- Ensure quick access through appropriate openings, compartments and coordinated closures
- Are easy to carry, put down, open and close, and are as ergonomic as possible, for comfort and mobility
- Save valuable time in emergency situations through clear and practical organisation and partitioning, e.g. via inserts and special modules
- Withstand the stresses of the road and weather thanks to robust, stable, hard-wearing and water-repellent material. Commonly used materials are truck tarpaulin, polyester, rubberised protective fabric, polyamide or Cordura®.
- Meet high hygiene requirements, as they are easy to disinfect and clean.
- Provide safety: in the case of rescue bags, signal colours and reflective tapes draw attention even in the dark and in poor visibility conditions; in the case of tactical bags for military use, camouflage prints provide protection.