The Emergency Responder Shelter was designed for use by First Responders in the field. From an incident command post to triage center to rehab area, these are just some of the possible uses while on scene. Add to that the many options for use at a community event, during training or as an aid station and the shelter will be an extremely useful addition to your station house/crew.
FAST Shelters in use during Hurricane Sandy response
Town opens command post to hasten repair, recovery efforts
As the week-long efforts to fully restore power and clean debris from Hurricane Sandy continued Monday, town officials took steps to help promote a transition to normalcy by establishing a new system for access to homes in the hard-hit beach area.
First Responders who
work outside and require a temporary, portable shelter or
workstation to protect themselves, their equipment and possibly casualties from the
Possible uses include:
Incident Command Post
First Aid Station
Crime Scene Cover
Community Event HQ
Off Site Training
and many more!
FAST Shelteris made to be used on macadam, concrete, stone, sand, grass, or any other surface. If you can drive on it, you can place a FAST Shelter on it.
Why an INFLATABLE shelter?
EASY SET UPBy using air for support, set up time is rapid and there is no need for cumbersome poles or damaging ground stakes. Five minutes is all it takes for an experienced person to set up a shelter. PORTABLE Shelter packs up into either a heavy duty canvas bag or hard-side container. Everything except the blower in one spot.
FAST Shelter (610) 415-0225 659 South 2nd Ave (610) 935-7808 fax Phoenixville PA 19460