We are also looking for corporate sponsorship from any company who could assist H.A.R.T. to meet our ambitious targets, but we realise that many organisations have restricted funds for sponsorship activities. We know that you need to justify your costs, and we feel that we can develop an appropriate strategy to ensure that you receive sufficient PR coverage. For this partnership to work it must be mutually beneficial.
Sit and chest harnesses Confirmed Awards for All - Scotland (Link below)
Petzl ID (Decenders) Confirmed Awards for All - Scotland
Petzl Asap,s Confirmed Awards for All - Scotland
Hard hats (Abseiling) Confirmed Awards for All - Scotland
Rescue Tripod x 1 Confirmed Awards for All - Scotland
Rescue Stretcher Alpine Lite x 1 Confirmed Awards for All - Scotland
100m 10.5 semi static abseil rope + Bags Confirmed Spanset (link below)
50m 10.5 semi static abseil rope + Bags
Gri Gri (Decender)
Latchway safety system (vertical ladder & crane jib)
Overalls (Similar to paramedics but in blue)
Safety Boots (Magnum Hi-Tec) Confirmed Magnum Hi-Tec (link below)
Wet weather clothing
Chest Crolls (Ascenders) Confirmed Awards for All - Scotland
Hand Jammers (Ascenders) Confirmed Awards for All - Scotland
Connectors (Carabineers) Confirmed Awards for All - Scotland
Equipment bags Confirmed Awards for All - Scotland
Radios Confirmed 11 sets Call Systems Technology (link below)
Medical equipment and bags
Full size rescue mannequin
Two way radios help HART climb Everest – in Glasgow…
Kirisun radios from CST provide back-up for safety crew at abseiling event raising funds for wounded British servicemen and women
Nicola McLean Chatting to Safety Crew
Organizer Donald Ritchie contacted UK communications specialist Call-Systems Technology (CST) to ask for their help. CST supplied eleven Kirisun PT558 radios and 22 batteries, to ensure that however heavy their usage, there would always be live radios to hand. "Working through the night in such a potentially hazardous event meant we really needed to be able to rely on the radios," says Donald Ritchie. "We already use Kirisun radios, so we know how good they are in a crisis.
As for the radios, they performed admirably, too. "They're rugged and reliable, which they have to be in our job," says Donald Ritchie. "They really are tremendous, with a really clear signal and excellent battery life."
Awards for All, Scotland
Awards for All Scotland puts lottery money back into local communities by giving grants of between £500 and £10,000. We fund projects that improve opportunities for people to take part in arts, sport and community activities and can fund a wide range of organisations.