METTAG Catalogue 2019

Medical Emergency Triage Tags by METTAG ™ ( mettag.com )

In the event of a Mass Casualty Incident (MCI), where multiple victims are injured and require varying degrees of medical attention, it is absolutely imperative that first responders have a quick, easy, and reliable method of assessing victims and assigning them with an appropriate triage or priority status, based on the severity of their injuries. The triage tag’s by METTAG™ have been tested and proven for over 40 years to provide this method. Medical Emergency Triage Tags by METTAG™ are constructed of a high-density damage resistant synthetic material, and are printed using a special thermal printing process, allowing use in the harshest and most demanding field situations. Additionally, each Medical Emergency Triage Tag is equipped with a 30-inch elastic band, which is used for attaching the tag to the victim’s body, usually around the neck or to an available limb. Each METTAG™ triage tag is labeled with unique barcodes for use of tracking and identifying victims and their belongings.

METTAG™ Triage Tag Features:

Fire resistant Water proof

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Chemical resistant

• Tear proof (except on intended perforations) • UV light and heat resistant • Simple and effective tags for fast triaging in the field • Unique barcodes for use of tracking and identifying victims and their belongings • Proudly made in the USA

METTAG™ Triage Training Tags:

For Instructional and Training use only

• Half the price of the standard synthetic paper triage tags • Printed on recyclable card stock • Perfect for CERT and training exercises

Save money on your training exercises by using paper training tags instead of the more valuable synthetic tags!

The Instructional training tags provide first responders and rescue personnel with the standard triaging features needed for frequent trainings on a prompt and accurate assessment of a Mass Casualty Incident (MCI) victim’s injuries and to easily record the data. In the event of a Mass Casualty Incident (MCI), where multiple victims are injured and require varying degrees of medical attention, it is absolutely imperative that first responders have a quick, easy, and reliable method of assessing victims and assigning them with an appropriate triage or priority status, based on the severity of their injuries.

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