Ocean Safety showcases lifesaving equipment at METS
Ocean Safety is offering expert advice and showcasing an extensive range of lifesaving products at METSTRADE 2022, which runs from 15-17 November in Amsterdam.
Giving the leisure boating industry an opportunity to understand the options available to offer safety while out on the water, Ocean Safety will feature a broad selection of vital safety equipment on its stand, including its renowned Jon Buoy Man Overboard (MOB) products, lifejackets and the full liferaft range.
Designed to draw attention to someone in the water, the Jon Buoy MOB range will be front and centre at this year’s show, featuring the Jon Buoy Recovery Module, Dan Buoy, Rescue Sling and Inflatable Horseshoe and the new Jon Buoy Soft Case range.
Ocean Safety will also be showcasing its latest supplier products, including Aquaspec, Ocean Signal, Hansson Pyrotechnic and Spinlock, from stand 03.310 at METSTRADE.
In addition, and with the purpose of making reaching, and subsequent rescue of a casualty from the water easier, Ocean Safety’s growing range of MOB retrieval equipment will also be on display, including the Ocean Safety Throw Line, Throwing Strop, Rescue Sling and MOB Ladder, which were launched last year.
Also on the stand, will be the Ocean Safety range of Challenger lifejackets, specifically designed for use when heavy-duty clothing or protective gear is being worn and which carry all the relevant approvals and accreditation to ensure the utmost quality, and therefore safety, in the workplace.
Each lifejacket model is available with bespoke options, including company branding, colourways and a wide choice of features.
“We are continually innovating to ensure we offer the best safety options on the market,” says Ocean Safety’s managing director, Alistair Hackett.
“As well as giving advice on our full range of lifesaving products, our team of marine safety experts will be on hand throughout METS to provide advice on hire, servicing schedules and coding.”
Earlier this year, MIN spoke to Hackett to gain his thoughts on the ongoing UK debate over whether to make wearing a lifejacket compulsory for those aged under 16.
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