SkySaver For Construction

The Challenges

The construction site must have a safe and quick evacuation scenario in place for emergencies and accidents to guarantee the safety of the construction workers present.

When evacuation is required, regardless of the type of accident, it is crucial that the construction work will go on. Any evacuation must be quick, and if possible without external escuers.

What is in the market 

In almost all cases, current rescue operations involve the use of ladders, ropes, and rescuers climbing up floors. Alternatively, emergency services (e.g., fire brigades) are alerted.

In case of an accident that requires evacuation, special rescue workers are alerted. Once they arrive, they need to plan the evacuation and use ropes and ladders to carry out the evacuation. Construction works is often halted which carries high costs for the contractor. 

The Solution

By having SkySaver’s self-evacuation kits in place, immediate and safe evacuation is guaranteed. Apart from saving lives, SkySaver also reduces expensive downtime and the risk of human error.

 

SkySaver For Cranes

The Challenges

Cranes must keep personnel safe while complying with stringent safety measures including a safe and quick evacuation scenario in case of unexpected risks (e.g., strong winds). Currently, ladders, cables and ropes are used by rescuers climbing up the crane to evacuate the crane operator.

What is in the market 

Current rescue operations normally involve the use of ladders, ropes, and rescuers climbing up the cranes. Alternatively, emergency services (e.g., fire brigades) are alerted.

The Solution

By having SkySaver’s self-evacuation kits in place, immediate and safe evacuation is guaranteed. Apart from saving lives, SkySaver also eliminates human error and the need for rescue workers to climb up the crane using standard equipment.

 

SkySaver For Rescue Teams

The Challenges

For rescue teams, time is of the essence. They must be able to access any location for quick and safe evacuation, also for incapacitated or injured victims to ensure that any required medical treatment is received on time.

What is in the market 

Current rescue operations normally involve the use of ladders, ropes, and rescuers climbing up to high locations. That requires a highly skilled and well-trained rescue team.

The Solution

By having SkySaver’s self-evacuation kits in place, immediate and safe evacuation is guaranteed.
By using the kits at locations that are out of reach, the rescue teams can access and rescue people quickly and safely.

This enables a small rescue team to evacuate several people at the same time.

 

SkySaver For Wind Turbines

The Challenges

Making sure that even at the surprise of catastrophic event (Nacelle sets on fire), when there is no time to wait for a rescue team, the technicians have their chances to escape on time and save their lives. In the event of Incapacitated or injured technician. The evacuation may take place in short time bringing the technician to safety and life saving treatment without any delay.

What is in the market 

Current rescue operations involves rescue team, Ropes usage or bringing up the nacelle with special equipment along qualified and trained rescuers.

The Solution

Current rescue operations involves rescue team, Ropes usage or bringing up the nacelle with special equipment along qualified and trained rescuers

Safety

When a wind turbine catches fire, the evacuation of personnel working in or outside the nacelle area needs to be immediate, and since wind farms are often located in isolated areas, many jurisdictions do not have the ability nor the equipment to respond to these situations in a timely fashion.

There are more than 250 fires and hundreds of emergency evacuations from wind turbines each year. SkySaver provides a cost-efficient and safe solution that addresses this problem:

The SkySaver Rescue Backpack looks just like a regular backpack, but contains a patented Controlled Descent Device (CDD) that utilizes a redundant centrifugal- and friction-based braking system to lower the user to the ground. It does so at a comfortable and steady rate of 6 feet (2 meters) per second. 

 

SkySaver For Hospitality

The Challenges

The hospitality sector is responsible for the safety of its guests. In case of an emergency (e.g., fire), quick evacuation of all including elderly and disabled guests is crucial since waiting for rescue teams to arrive might take too long.

What is in the market 

Current rescue operations normally involve the use of ladders, ropes, and rescuers climbing up floors. Usually, there is no option to use heavy ladders. In most cases, external emergency services (e.g., fire brigade) are alerted.

The Solution

By having SkySaver’s self-evacuation kits in place, immediate and safe evacuation is guaranteed. 
Apart from saving lives, SkySaver also helps to stay ahead of the competition by having the solution in place for all guests, including the elderly and disabled ones.

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