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Blizzard Survival products are now being extensively used across a number of Emergency Services throughout the UK and other parts of the world. From Ambulance Services to Fire and Rescue teams, Blizzard products are acknowledged for their ease of storage, transport and delivery. Blizzard Products are an effective tool in the treatment & prevention of hypothermia in trauma casualties.

Blizzard EMS blanket

The Blizzard EMS is used by Fire, Police and Ambulance services worldwide, it is chosen for its light weight compactability and effectiveness.

The Blizzard Baby Wrap

The Blizzard Baby Wrap was developed in conjunction with London Ambulance Service and is now deployed across London ambulances, it's use is rapidly expanding all over the world for use in ambulance maternity packs. The Blizzard Baby Wrap is also being used by commuinity midwives. The Blizzard Baby wrap is recognised to offer unrivalled thermal qualites to neonates.

The Blizzard Baby Wrap is also carried by Bristow Search and Rescue Helicopters.

Search and Rescue

Blizzard Survival products are now being deployed across search and rescue services throughout the UK and other parts of the world.

The RAF, Mountain Rescue Teams and Bristow Search & Rescue carry Blizzard products because they are light weight and highly effective in the treatment & prevention of hypothermia while retrieving casualties.

Fire Service + Rescue Teams

The Blizzard EMS blanket is widely used by Fire and Rescues Services for treating casualties of road traffic collisions, the trauma care teams recognise that it is a crucial element of their care package to keep the casualty from becoming cold thus preventing the lithal triad of death.