Working as a military medic back in the 1980's Colin Smart saw that there was a need for an aide memoire for responders to record details from an incident in a way that was easy to understand and would promote a systematic approach to casualty management.
From this initial idea TSG Associates began in 1996 when the SMART Medi Memo was born. The concepts behind the SMART Medi Memo led to the design and production of an incident management system that would enable rescue services to provide a methodical, structured response to multiple casualty incidents.
TSG Associates are now the world leaders in triage and mass casualty equipment.
We have developed the SMART Incident Command System to create an intuitive, scalable, practical incident management system that allows rescuers to command and control all types of emergency, and maximize the number of survivors.
TSG Associates is still led by its founders Colin Smart, Simon Pennells, Mark Pittaway and Helen Parsons, It is our constant endeavour to offer you a superior service and world-class products that make a positive difference on the outcome of a mass casualty incident.
We have a real passion for our products, they aren't just things we churn out to make money, each one of them has been conceived out of personal experience and a drive to make things better for the patient and rescuer.
On to many occasions in our we have been let down by the equipment we have relied upon, either in our professional lives as Paramedic, Police Officer or Soldier or in personal lives as Rock Climber, Mountain Biker, Skier, Martial Artist or parent. Whatever equipment you select needs to be able to perform when required and TSG Associates are committed to your experience with our products being a positive one.
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