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New Miller QuickPick™ Rescue Kits provide a quick & easy solution for rescuing a suspended worker

Miller QuickPick Rescue KitThe new Miller QuickPick Rescue Kits deliver peace-of-mind during unexpected, stressful peer-rescue situations involving those working at height. The rescuer can remotely attach the system to the suspended worker while remaining securely anchored on the walking/working surface. All rescue components are included in an easy-to-store kit with no assembly required – only requiring an overhead anchorage.

Available in two (2) kit configurations:

  • Premium Miller QuickPick Kit is designed for workers whose job is not normally rescue. A back-up braking system is included to eliminate accidental release during a rescue situation. Complies with OSHA, ANSI A10.32 and the stringent ANSI Z359.4 Safety Requirements for Assisted Rescue and Self-Rescue Systems, Subsystems and Components.
  • Standard Miller QuickPick Kit is designed for those experienced in rescue situations and includes all the necessary components to quickly rescue a fallen worker. Complies with OSHA and ANSI A10.32.

The Miller QuickPick Rescue Kits are a professional rescue solution that enhance worker safety and comply with corporate fall protection plans by providing a quick and efficient rescue response. For more information about Miller QuickPick Rescue Kits, visit us at: www.millerfallprotection.com, contact your nearest Miller / Honeywell Distributor, or call Honeywell Technical Service at 800.873.5242.

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