European Ambulance Safety Features
In accordance with safety standards, European ambulances are smaller and bright in color, with safer seating options and restraints.
This stretcher platform adjusts. Photo David J. Turner/EMS Safety Foundation
Forward-facing seats swivel to create more room in the aisle. Photo David J. Turner/EMS Safety Foundation
A common European ambulance color scheme. Photo David J. Turner/EMS Safety Foundation
European EMS jackets are equally colorful as European ambulances. Photo David J. Turner/EMS Safety Foundation
This stretcher has independent front and rear legs and is mounted on a platform. Photo David J. Turner/EMS Safety Foundation
A typical European ambulance, modified for patient transport. Photo David J. Turner/EMS Safety Foundation
Glide patient loads down stairs.
Tough, dependable bags.
Keeps you powered on every call.
Convert a Ferno Cot to a bariatric cot.
Versatility in confining environments.
Superior stability and safety.
Easier lifting and loading.
For Medtronic / Physio Control Life Pak 12 and 15.
Secure the Physio Control Lifepak 12.
Secure the Philips HeartStart MRx.
Secure the Zoll M Series.
Secure the Zoll E Series.
Allows efficient patient movement.
For extricating from confined spaces.
Innovative pediatric transport.
Secure transport for pediatric patients.
For pre-term neonates and larger infants.
Adjustable three-point harness system.
Accommodate the most modern supplies.
Designed for the highest quality.
Easy to handle stretcher.
Superior comfort and safety.
Maximum safety on stairs.
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