The SmartTag™ has been used successfully by multiple organisations for over 25 years. It is the cornerstone of the SmartTriage™ System from TSG Associates LLP. It is used by organisations who face or plan to face multiple casualties worldwide. The choice of multiple militaries and national systems, industries, and high-risk NGO’s, we have seen the SmartTag™ perform again and again to complex incidents.
The SmartTriage™ System has been successfully used by many agencies at multiple casualty events for over 25 years. It is the national triage system for the UK and Australia, has been adopted by seventeen US states, including various NATO members, and is the mandated system used by Médecins Sans Frontières. The triage system maximises the survival chances of casualties and minimises suffering.
Using this knowledge that TSG Associates LLP created and independently tested a solution that meets these requirements and is proven to work in the remote, challenging locations where you work.
The SmartTriage™ Industry provides the key components needed to assist in the management of a multiple casualty scene. Triage, situation reports, command roles, establishing and running casualty clearing stations and training are all included in the system.
In use with many organisations worldwide, our solutions have proven time and time again that correctly configured equipment, available where needed, provides a significant advantage to your organisation when tasked with successfully dealing with a multiple casualty event.
SmartTriage™ provides solutions at stage two of a military multiple casualty incident response. The role of early command can often feel overwhelming as initial casualty figures outnumber your available resources and critical time-pressured decisions must be made.
This equipment is used as standard on all NATO major incident medical management system courses (MIMMS).
The Military SmartTriage™ System is designed to prioritise survival and minimise suffering at a multiple casualty incident.
It has been deployed successfully for over 15 years by the British, Canadian, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch and Estonian militaries.