As part of the big picture when providing protective services, the security, safety and reputation protection of the client are our main objectives. In this regard, the ability to provide medical response is a vital aspect as we will certainly be the ‘first responders’ at the point of wounding. Although this means we have already failed out main objective, ‘damage control’ and increasing the chances of survivability going forward are still your responsibility. In this article we’ll discuss appropriate training priorities, goals and equipment selection for providing point-of-wounding care in a realistic protective services scenario
The Individual Protective Agent’s Kit and Ankle-IPAK with a hemostatic bleeding control dressing & SWAT-T® multi-function trauma device is designed to assist in controlling massive hemorrhaging at the point of wounding to bridge the gap until advanced care can be provided. Designed with consideration of the average task, threat and environment of executive, VIP & celebrity protection agents, this compact and durable kit allows protective operations specialists to keep an immediately accessible trauma kit on their person where it is needed most without the tactical look or excessive size of a full kit.