Working at Heights Manikin

The Working at Height Training Manikin is ideal for the following training scenarios;

Effective, realistic training will help to ensure compliance with the Guide to the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 (Part 4: Work at Height) by reducing the risks involved across Industry. Typical applications include Construction, Telecommunications, Fire & Rescue, Scaffolding, Multi-storey Warehouses, Factories, Scaffolding, Stage & Theatre, Cleaning & Maintenance, Wind Turbines, Pole Top and Tower rescues.

Description

Features & Benefits;

  • Anatomically correct weight distribution to give the ‘feel’ of an unconscious casualty
  • The closed-cell foam used in the trunk area to provide extra rigidity and reduce ‘slumping’ when using a rescue harness
  • Tough polypropylene strips extend from the shoulders to the knees to prevent excessive flexing when used aloft
  • A strong webbing loop at the back allows easy handling, storage and suspension for drying
  • Tough enough to withstand being dropped from a house rooftop
  • Soft body joints to eliminate the risk of pinch welts and bruising; common injuries when using plastic bodied manikins
  • An immobilisation/extrication collar can be fitted around the neck of our adult manikins to promote proper casualty care
  • Comes complete with boots and overalls, which are easily replaced if damaged

Extensively Used By;

  • Fire & Rescue Services
  • Specialist Working-at-Height training providers

Technical Rescue Japan

Fall From Height Demo

Face mask and wig for a more human-like appearance.

Constructed from the same flame-retardant material used in Police ballistic/stab vests, offering 4x the strength and abrasion resistance of 16oz canvas or P.V.C. (conforms to OEKO-TEX® Standard 100, BS EN ISO 12947-2 & 14116: 2008). High-density polypropylene webbing (25mm rated to 207 Kg, 50mm rated to 440Kg).

What are my options?

  • 30 Kg Adult – 1.8m
  • 50 kg Adult – 1.8m
  • 70 Kg Adult – 1.8m

Is the manikin suitable for temperatures above 100°C or flashover scenarios?

Answer: No, not suitable for temperatures above 100°C or flashover scenarios.

Is the manikin suitable for water rescue?

Answer: No, use in water – See the Water Rescue range.

Working at Height Training Manikin

Data Sheet

Manikin Certificate of Conformity

Certificate

Manikin Equipment Note

Equipment Note

Ruth Lee Brochure

Brochure

Product Form