Personal Cooling Product
Prevent and control heat stress with First Line's revolutionary heat-activated PhaseCore Personal Cooling Products. Designed to be comfortable and lightweight, PhaseCore allows users to increase productivity while reducing heat injuries by gently and safely cooling the body.
Disaster Preparedness and Response
Before, during, and after a disaster, emergency personnel need a partner who understands their needs and equipment requirements. First Line can help prepare for and respond to both man-made and natural disasters with Out of the Box Solutions like the AmbuBus.
Rely on all-weather CBRN decon equipment that entire nations have standardized on. First Line's dry decon solutions for CBRN include RSDL and FiberTect and the wet decon systems have plug-n-operate components for rapid setup with easy expansion capabilities.
Personal Protection Equipment
Use First Line's custom or off-the-shelf PPE kits to safely work in and escape from hazardous environments. From pandemic planning to CBRN events, FLT has the experience equipment, and know-how to assemble PPE kits designed with first responders and receivers in mind.
Recent News & Announcements
Galveston County soon will have a new tool to help evacuate people in case of an emergency, such as a hurricane.
The county’s department of emergency management recently won a nationwide contest conducted by First Line Technology. The prize: a kit that converts a bus into an ambulance. The kit is worth $35,000.
CHANTILLY, VA (Nov. 13, 2013) – First Line Technology today announced it ranked #362 on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America. First Line Technology grew 217 percent during this period.
First Line Technology’s president, Amit Kapoor, credits quality products and an effective team with the company’s 217% revenue growth.
“We are excited to be named to Deloitte’s 2013 Technology Fast 500 List for the first time,” he said. “We feel that educating customers – not just selling to them – is the way to make long term connections and being honored like this shows that there is a need for quality products like ours. We’re more than happy to fill the unique demand and will strive to continue solving problems that first responders used to think were impossible to solve.”
Christmas came early for Red Rock Search and Rescue.
First, the city of Las Vegas found affordable new headquarters for the nonprofit group. Then, it was awarded a $35,000 kit that will convert a bus into an ambulance transport vehicle.
“It’s capable of transporting 18 people at a time,” said the group’s commander, Dave Cummings. “It’s designed for real-life disasters, which is something I think we need to be prepared for here in Las Vegas. God forbid anything happens, but you have to be realistic. We are a terrorist target. That’s what all the agencies prepare for, but then again, we could have a large hotel disaster.”
The Galveston County Office of Emergency Management announced on Tuesday it will be the recipient of an AmbuBus Bus Stretcher Conversion Kit courtesy of First Line Technology.
The announcement came as First Line Technology revealed the results of an online contest awarding the emergency conversion insert to participating counties and communities.
The Galveston County (TX) Office of Emergency Management is the winner of the first-ever AmbuBus® Bus Stretcher Conversion Kit™ Giveaway from First Line Technology. After four months of nominations and a community-wide voting effort, the Galveston OEM earned 3,290 votes and with them the grand prize: and AmbuBus Bus Stretcher Conversion Kit valued at up to $35,000.
During the three-week voting period, Galveston OEM’s closest competitor was Red Rock Search and Rescue (RRSAR) of Las Vegas, who worked with several community organizations to gather 3,001 votes. As a reward for such a hard-won second place spot, First Line Technology decided to surprise the first runner up organization with a donation of an AmbuBus Kit of their own.