Besides tending to the incidents that can happen on the field or track itself, they also have to make sure that those in attendance are safe. With popular sporting events often drawing crowds that number well into six figures in stadiums that are large and spread out, EMTs and paramedics often have a very challenging job.
In a stadium, arena, concert venue or theatre, getting to people in the crowd who have medical problems and then evacuating them from the venue requires lots of steps.
That’s where the EvacuLife Power comes in.
The EvacuLife Power, with its standard track system, makes it easier to get people up and down flights of stairs in all types of venues. One of the big benefits of the EvacuLife Power is that it can move up and down over all types of steps from concrete, chequerplate, tiles and even carpet.
The chair’s electronically guided motor and direct-drive transmission mean that the chair’s operators can assume a minimal amount of weight.
While there has been an effort to modernise the design of modern stadiums, in all areas there are still a reliance on stairs for access. The EvacuLife Power is designed to move patients over all types of steps very easily.
Despite renovations to today’s stadiums and grandstands, there is no way to get around steps during a medical emergency. Spectators suffer from all kinds of maladies, including trips, slips, heat issues, internal illnesses, and on occasion a more serious cardiac event. All of these medical issues require immediate medical attention, a task that is simplified by the EvacuLife Power.
The chair’s electronically guided motor and direct-drive transmission mean that the chair’s operators can assume a minimal amount of weight. Since the EvacuLife Power runs on a commercial lithium-ion battery, it’s easy to replace and recharge when necessary.
Emergency services providers will love using the EvacuLife Power for work in grandstands and large stadiums. This cutting edge chair and track system will reduce the risk of injuries and provide a more comfortable, safer ride for patients being transported.