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    At-height rescue kit

    October 1, 2012

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    QuickPick Rescue Kits are designed for peer-rescue situations involving workers at height. The rescuer can remotely attach the system to the suspended worker while remaining securely anchored on a walking/working surface. Two kit configurations are available, including one for workers whose job is not normally rescue and one for those experienced in rescue situations.

    Miller by Honeywell

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