CMC Rescue

CMC Rescue is the most trusted name in rescue equipment. If you are a professional in the industries of firefighting, emergency services, or law enforcement looking for rescue equipment, look no further. You will find everything you need in our inventory of harnesses, ropes, pulleys, and other equipment you need for an efficient and effective rescue.

If you work in an industry that requires you to travel through confined spaces, work through heights, air operations, or conduct a water rescue, you know how important it is to be prepared. Lives are at stake, which means you cannot afford to use inadequate tools and sub-par equipment. CMC Rescue offers rescue equipment, rescue harnesses, fire harnesses, artificial high directionals, carabineers, and helmets. We also carry a variety of ropes that can be used in any EMS or firefighting situation. The high quality of the materials we use and also the fine craftsmanship make us one of the most trusted names in rescue equipment year after year.

CMS Rescue Gear

CMC Rescue Equipment – Everything You’ll Ever Need

As you shop from our inventory, you will be amazed at the products and kits available to EMS and firefighting professionals. We have a Single Person Rescue Confined- Space Kit and a CMC USAR Task Force Confined-Space Kit, both allow simultaneous, two-way voice communications between a rescuer and victim. We have products and equipment you didn’t even know you needed! After hearing the voices of many firefighters and EMS professionals, we have compiled an inventory that includes everything you need in order to excel at your job.

As professionals working in sometimes dangerous conditions and rigorous climates, we know how important safety is to the firefighter or EMS professional. For this reason, we are committed to providing the best quality products and accessories to our customers. When using high caliber products, all you have to do is focus on performing at your very best.

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