The Individual Utility Kit is part of the Public Access rescue system that can be used by multiple rescuers for multiple victims at the same time. And the Mobilize Rescue app can easily be distributed to everyone in your organization so anyone can help in an emergency. The app provides step-by-step interactive instructions that guide rescuers on how to use the medical supplies to help victims in the critical moments before EMS arrives.
Medical Supplies to Treat Multiple Victims
More than just a first aid kit or a stop-the-bleed kit, the Public Access rescue system includes medical supplies to treat a multiple of life-threatening injuries and medical issues such as severe bleeding, airway obstructions, traumatic injuries, and more.
Real-time Instructions at Your Fingertips
The Public Access Utility Kit rescue system pairs with the interactive Mobilize Rescue app. The app is accessible from a smartphone, with or without WiFi. Treatment instructions are given through simple interactive prompts, written instructions, and visual cues that guide rescuers on using the medical supplies in the kit to provide care during a medical emergency.
Designed for multiple rescuers, the Public Access rescue system empowers everyone in your organization to help manage critical medical emergencies before EMS arrives.
Public Access rescue systems include a multi-user license for the Mobilize Rescue app, which is access via smartphone and can be used with or without WiFi. The app provides real-time treatment instructions through interactive prompts, written instructions, and visual cues. Its available for both iOS and Android devices.
All medical supplies are clearly labeled, locally organized, and color coded to match the instructions in the Mobilize Rescue app. The system’s intuitive organiztion makes locating supplies easy, saving valuable time during an emergency.
Storage Recomendations & Diagnostic Check Individual supplies within the unit may be negatively impacted by prolonged exposure to hot and cold temperatures. Individual supplies have expiration dates that vary from 1-5 years from date of purchase; it is crucial that you perform diagnostic checks to ensure that the unit is charged 100%, the proof seal is intact (not tampered with), and that the medical supplies are not damaged or contaminated.