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Welcome to the ALG Safety Blog
Here you will find interesting content about Ruth Lee Training Manikins, split into the sectors we work with. From fire and rescue, technical rescue and water rescue, to manual handling training in the healthcare industry and lifeguard training in pools or at the beach, we are proud to supply manikins suited to the specific needs of your team.
Find out more about the Pool Rescue Manikin – and the part ALG Safety played in its creation!
Moving and handling specialists provided expert advice on the development of the Patient Handling Manikin.
Working at Height is statistically a dangerous occupation! Training is key to maintaining safety and we take a look at the guidance offered by Rope Access experts IRATA in our latest blog.
The most effective training simulates different scenarios as realistically as possible.
Training manikins can greatly enhance your rescue scenarios. There is less risk involved and they won’t complain if left unattended for long periods of time. You can also learn through repetition and mistake – often key to improving skills. Choosing the right size, weight and type of manikin to use is one of the keys to effective training.
The Pool Rescue manikin is TRANSFORMING lifeguard training all over the world and we are proud to say that in Canada, lifeguards have been quick to adopt a new product which lets them complete more effective rescue training!
Lifting and handling training is vital in the healthcare industries and training manikins can take some of the strain!
If you manage a property which houses a large number of residents, many of which have complex needs in terms of their mobility, you will no doubt have considered how best you might evacuate everyone safely in the event of an emergency. PEEPS (Personal Emergency...
Technical Rescue training manikins to improve your skills in different scenarios.
Cold Water Shock is a killer. Find out how a UK based organisation is helping to tackle the problem by offering advice on what you should do if you suddenly find yourself unexpectedly in the water.