This page showcases all of the manikins currently available in the Ruth Lee range.
Remember, it is important to make sure that you choose the best manikin for your particular training scenario.
Our blog contains some useful articles about choosing the right manikin for your team, or you can call and speak to our team on 01490 413 282.
We would be pleased to discuss the different options available.
27 September 2018
19 December 2017
Our most popular model within the Fire & Rescue services for all common rescue scenarios including: confined space, USAR, CBRN, RTC & general handling exercises.
Weighing in at 90, 180 & 260Kg and designed to help teams train for this rapidly increasing problem
Fire House Manikins demonstrate a good balance between temperature and abrasion resistance
The Casualty Evacuation Manikin has been designed specifically for the UK Fire Fighter Recruitment Test and the CFOA FireFit Role Based Fitness Test.
One of our more unusual manikins that can simulate amputations and an impalement through the chest
This manikin was developed in conjunction with a leading healthcare trust for training of professionals who face and need to manage ligature hanging on a regular basis.
Hard wearing Duty manikin with shoutbox - these manikins are ideal for urban Search & Rescue training.
Developed after a request from Scottish Mountain Rescue, these manikins are lighter and help set a training scenario for mountain rescue teams.
Ideally suited to police and prison services to train for the evacuation of restrained unconscious casualties in an emergency situation
For CPR training in realistic situations away from the classroom e.g.under a vehicle, confined space etc
Full Bodied Airway Management Manikin - take your emergency training out of the classroom
For all Health & Safety and emergency evacuation training scenarios including: early mobilisation and working with lifting/transfer and evacuation equipment. Weighing 20, 30 & 50kg
Specifically designed for training on windfarms, offshore installations and vessels
Otherwise known as 'Dead Fred' - used extensively by NATO forces, British and US Navies, 100% of UK Fire Services, the RNLI & Coastguards.