SKEDCO, Inc. is an industry leader in innovation, high quality design, development and production of medical and rescue products worldwide for use by civilian and military personnel who operate under the most "extreme" conditions.
Sked® Stretcher is still the "State of the Art" device for virtually all rescues. It is currently being used for confined space, water, military, vertical rope, low angle, wilderness and many others kinds of rescue. When used properly with the Oregon Spine Splint it is equal to a long backboard. An immobilized patient 6 foot tall weighing 180 can be taken through holes as small as 11 inches x 15 inches. When using Sked® in the water, patients can be packaged in 20 seconds. Sked® can be hoisted by helicopter as well.
Also from Skedco, the Field Expedient Bleeding Simulation System™, a revolutionary bleeding simulation system that brings absolute realism to tactical combat casualty care training.
AirPad, by i2k, is the groundbreaking fall protection system that keeps jumpers and workers safe!
Inside each i2k AirPad is our patented ZeroShock technology, which was developed to eliminate shock and revolutionize the way that people land. Our USA-made AirPads are the trusted source of fall... Read More
Hy-Safe Technology is a Turnkey Fall Protection provider. Hy-Safe is your single source for risk assessments, custom design, engineering, installation, training and annual recertification. We can design, engineer, and install a Fall Protection System that meets your specific safety requirements. Read More
The Complete Rescue System combines the Sked® Basic Rescue System (SK-200), the Oregon Spine Splint II (SK-300) and the Sked® Foam Flotation System (SK-600) in a single money saving package. The entire system combines to make a single back-packable unit. With this system you'll be ready for any... Read more
This unique system features a Sked® Stretcher pre-rigged for extremely rapid deployment into the water. Using CO2 inflatable float logs, this system can be in the water, ready to use in less than 30 seconds. A patient can be packaged and ready for retrieval in less than 30 seconds.
The Rapid... Read more