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PhaseCore

Personal Cooling Products

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.

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AmbuResponse

Disaster Preparedness & Response Products

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.

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DECON

Decontamination Equipment

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.

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PPE

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

Alaska National Guardsmen participate in mass casualty drill
April 07, 2014
Alaska National Guardsmen from the 207th Engineer Support Platoon and the 297th Military Police Company assisted with loading patients on to AmbuBus transport vehicles from Anchorage-based hospitals to a simulated disaster aeromedical staging facility this week.

“We’re participating in Exercise Vigilant Guard-Alaska 2014, a joint exercise with federal, state, and local services to train for the event of an earthquake or natural disasters,” Staff Sgt. John Cupp, 207th ESP, training noncommissioned officer. 

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First Line Technology Facilitates Training on Donated AmbuBus Kit with SMURD
April 03, 2014

Cluj-Napoca, Romania (April 4, 2014) – After donating an AmbuBus® Bus Stretcher Conversion Kit® to the SMURD Foundation, Romania’s impressive EMS system, First Line Technology Vice President Randy Sakowitz facilitated a training on the kit and mass casualty incidents with emergency medical personnel. Sakowitz first learned about the organization, which is under the guidance of Dr. Raed Arafat, at a NATO briefing last year and believes that their organization will maximize the potential of their new AmbuBus Kit.

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Preparing for actual disasters
March 22, 2014

For Stafford County Deputy Fire and Rescue Chief Steve Weissman, a training exercise Saturday brought back memories of a bus crash five days earlier.

Like the bus wreck, this weekend’s staged emergency at Stafford Regional Airport required numerous people to be transported to local hospitals. And Weissman happened to be the incident commander, or “maestro of the orchestra” as he calls it, at both events.

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First Line Technology Partners with Advanced Healthcare Technology to Provide Medical Transport for Infants
February 06, 2014

CHANTILLY, VA (Feb. 6, 2014) – First Line Technology, LLC, a manufacturer and provider of Out of the Box Solutions, partnered with Advanced Healthcare Technology (AHT) as the U.S. master distributor of AHT’s BabyPod II to provide medical transport for infants. The compact BabyPod is made of a lightweight, strong carbon fiber and is lined with a shock-absorbent foam inner layer and First Line believes that it is the best way to transport the world’s most precious patients.

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MISys Customer Success Story: First Line Technology
January 20, 2014

Challenge: First Line Technology is an ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer and supplier of out-of-the-box solutions that solve challenges faced by first responders and the military. The products they manufacture can have more than twenty different parts, with an equal number of subparts. Initially, First Line Technology relied on QuickBooks for their accounting needs, but found that the simple methods used by QuickBooks to track inventory did not allow them to track parts effectively.

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