FAQ Level 3 Award for First Responders on Scene: Emergency First Responder (RQF) FROS® - Online Blended Part 1

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RapidStop Tourniquet

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Discover the RapidStop® Tourniquet: Innovation in Emergency Care

Explore the features of the RapidStop® Tourniquet, a groundbreaking tool designed for swift, efficient, and user-friendly application in emergency situations.

Key Features of the RapidStop® Tourniquet

The RapidStop® Tourniquet stands out with its innovative design, facilitating rapid and intuitive one-handed application, making it a vital asset for both self-application and responder use.

Fast and Reliable Occlusion

  • Efficient Application: Designed for quick application with one or both hands to control haemorrhage effectively.
  • Versatile Use: Suitable for injuries to arms and legs, serving a wide range of sectors including military and civilian first aid.

Unique Ratchet System

Unlike traditional tourniquets that use a rotary windlass, the RapidStop® Tourniquet features a ratchet system for easier and more precise pressure application.

Variety of Options

Available in three distinct colours: orange and black for operational use, and blue for training purposes, ensuring preparedness across various scenarios.

Using the RapidStop® Tourniquet

Application is straightforward: wrap it around the limb, tighten, and then employ the ratchet to secure the necessary pressure to stop the bleeding.

Learn More and Purchase

For additional information or to order your RapidStop® Tourniquet, visit www.first-aid-online.co.uk or contact us at 01206 809538.

Learning Outcomes:
  • IPOSi Unit three LO3.1, 3.2, 3.3 & 3.4