RAPP Australia Pty Ltd will be running with limited staff for the Christmas and New Year Period from Thursday, 22nd December 2016 and we will Recommence Full Operations from Tuesday, 3rd January 2017.
Your order is very important to us, so online orders will still be accepted throughout this period however, the orders will only be processed from Tuesday, 3rd January 2017, and we will commence dispatching as of Wednesday, 4th January 2017.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you. Should you have any questions regarding your order please contact us on Tuesday, 3rd January 2017 on 03 5284 0901 or alternately at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For orders that are urgent in nature and require immediate action please contact Roger Buckle on 0418 108 834.
From all the team at RAPP Australia Pty Ltd, we wish you a safe and happy holidays.
RAPP Australia will be attending the Paramedics Australasia International Conference (PAIC) 2016 ‘Shaping the Future: Challenges, Changes and Opportunities’ that will be held in New Zealand at Auckland University of Technology at the City Conference Centre from the 17-19 of November 2016.
Join RAPP Australia at booth 5 & 6 to see our new products on display – arrive curious, leave inspired.
For more information on NEANN products please visit our website: https://www.firelogistics.com.au/ or should you wish to contact us please call us on (03) 5284 0901 or alternately emails us at email@example.com.
Hospital In The Home (HITH) Annual Society Australasia Conference 2016
For the rest of this week RAPP Australia Pty Ltd will be attending the ‘Hospital In The Home (HITH) Society Australasia Conference’ from 2nd – 4th of November 2016 at Stamford Grand at Glenelg, Adelaide, SA Australia.
With this Conference’s theme being “Bridging the GAP: Governance, Accountability and Partnerships.”
This is the third time we will be exhibiting at this wonderful event and RAPP Australia is happy to inform you that we will be showcasing our very popular range of HITH Kits made in our material EnvironFrei. This is a complete equipment carry pack solution for the Hospital in the Home (HITH) provider.
NEANN is pleased to be displaying our complete equipment day-pack and an in-vehicle pack system that will allow a care provider to carry what they need for the day’s requirements of care provision.
Hospital In The Home Equipment Kits,
Hospital In The Home Vehicle Kits,
Hospital In The Home Backpack and
are made in Australia and are now available on our NEANN website: here
On Wednesday, 19th through to Thursday, 20th of October RAPP Australia Pty Ltd will be proud to sponsor and attend the Council of Ambulance Authorities 2016 Conference (CAA) which is held at Rydges South Bank Hotel, Brisbane, Australia.
Come visit us at Booth 7 where you will view our new NEANN Capture Jar Set and the CAERvest Core Body Cooling System.
Also on display will be a wide range of NEANN products including (but not limited to) NEANN Medical Kits, Res-Q-Vac, air-Q Laryngeal Mask Airways, Bag Valve Masks – CPR-2’s, VeinLites, Naso-Flo’s, Pulse Oximeters and our Flow-Safe II CPAP Masks.
For more information about these products or to purchase them online please visit firelogistics.com.au
RAPP Australia would like to give a warm welcome to our new distributors in the United Kingdom MedTree.
MedTree is a UK owned company who is uniquely positioned with purchasing power and supplier relationships within the pre-hospital market to offer an unrivalled service to the EMS and public safety community.
We are excited to share with you some of the photos of the new NEANN Professional 2 Series Kits taken at MedTree’s stand at the Emergency Services Show (http://www.emergencyuk.com/).
The design of these kits includes many new features:
our new EnvironFrei material – a range of bright easy to see coloured materials,
our colour-coded MEDIS system, NEANN’s Medical Equipment and Drug Identification System
magnetic closures to aVector handles which provide the user with one-hand ease of use and
magnetic lid panel inserts and sharps containers holders instead of the use of Velcro.
If purchasing from the UK, these Pro 2 Kits are available from MedTree (Phone: +44 1952 565656) or for other countries they are available from our Australian company NEANN.
Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA) Conference
From Saturday, 17th through to Tuesday, 20th of September 2016 RAPP Australia Pty Ltd attending the 75th National Scientific Congress (NSC) of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA), which will be held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
The meeting will combine the best that our society has to offer in anaesthesia education, research and science.
We have the wonderful opportunity to welcome Dr Cook the inventor of the air-Q Intubation Laryngeal Airway Mask. Dr. Cook will be providing in-service demonstrations on the East Coast of Australia next week. For further information in our air-Q’s or Dr. Cook check out our downloadable pdf below.
We also are happy to showcase Mercury Medical’s new disposable timing light – the LiteSaver which is positioned next to the Colour-Coded Manometer on the range of LiteSaver CPR-2 BVMs. The LiteSaver assist the clinicians in the timing of providing 10 bpm (breaths per minute).
Just to let you know that we have a new exciting feature with our website, if you register online here: https://www.firelogistics.com.au you will be able to view pricing and purchase the products online.
On Saturday, 20th of August RAPP Australia Pty Ltd attended the 2016 Life Saving Conference which was held at the Life Saving Victoria State Centre. The theme being ‘Healthy Members, Healthy Clubs’.
We had the wonderful opportunity to showcase our new export range of NEANN Kits and Mercury Medical’s new disposable timing light – the LiteSaver which is positioned next to the Colour-Coded Manometer on the range of LiteSaver CPR-2 BVMs assist the clinicians in the timing of providing 10 bpm (breaths per minute).
The speaker, Dr. Ryan Hodnick conducts EMS airway management workshops throughout the USA. He is an air-Q user in his practice. Emergency Physicians and EMS clinicians across the country and around the world are evaluating laryngeal mask airways vs the gold standard King Tube Cuff devices.
Supraglottic airways have evolved beyond the combitube with more and more devices available in the field today. They can be very powerful tools in the management of airways both in the field and the hospital in well trained hands. With so many available devices it can be a task for an agency to decide which device to use. This webcast will explore the role that supraglottic airways play in prehospital airway management as well as discuss the commonalities between devices as well as the differences. Tips and tricks for better supraglottic airway management will be discussed.
Don’t miss this JEMS webcast sponsored by Mercury Medical.
Ryan Hodnick DO
Medical Director/Prehospital Physician FAWMWith a passion for Prehospital Medicine, airway and ventilator management, Ryan operates in the capacity of Physician/Critical Care Paramedic and Medical Director for Tri State CareFlight New Mexico and Colorado. He is active clinically working shifts at all of the New Mexico and Colorado bases.He also serves as Medical Director/Prehospital Physician for the Artesia, New Mexico Fire Department, Santa Fe County, New Mexico Fire Department and as the Assistant Medical Director for Med Flight Air Ambulance in Albuquerque, New Mexico and El Paso, Texas.Additionally, he serves as an Event Physician /Paramedic at Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, Nevada (second largest rave in the world), Burning Man, Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, South Dakota, and NASCAR in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is also an instructor for the national Difficult Airway Course EMS as well as Wilderness Medical Associates.
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