Rescue Station For Miners Can Make It Quick And Efficient To Rescue Underground Miners

What could be the most common reason of casualties that are taking place every year in underground mines? There may be several issues which require to be addressed but can any corrective measure always ensure 100% safety? Here comes the necessity of an efficient and easy to handle rescuer for injured miners during any unexpected accident to bring him or her to a medic in quickest possible time.

Rescue station for miners is a tool that resembles that of the appearance and functionalities of a wheelbarrow and contains a range of rescue equipments in-built that may be helpful for rescuing a wounded mine worker. Not only the injured persons, this concept also ensures the safety of the co-workers who attempts to rescue the injured with the same machineries that they are working and get harmed too. The concept comprises the basic first aid kit along with basic tools to attend an injured miner such as lifting bags, breather, oxygen cylinder, defibrillator, etc so that the rescuer can get primary treatment the injured. After thorough research, the designer has finally come up with the complete solution that makes transportation easier and is affordable for most of the mines along with the ability to attend the patient from both sides.

Designer : Antonio Aguilar

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4 thoughts on “Rescue Station For Miners Can Make It Quick And Efficient To Rescue Underground Miners

  1. Must for all Mining & underground projects & Apps for:
    Search Rescue
    Disaster
    Fires
    Flooding
    hurricanes
    alone.,
    Mass produce this BIG Time.

  2. Good concept! this year we have had many different mine's accidents around the globe, since days ago Chilean miners got trapped inside of the mine 700m bellow.
    I think we need more designs which help people to survive in case of emergency, design does not have to look beautiful must be more meaningful.

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