Emergency Medical and Rescue Personnel and Equipment

<<Emergency Medical and Rescue Personnel and Equipment
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Talis can provide an extensive range of personnel, services and products designed to supply a comprehensive healthcare solution for you. We start by assessing your needs and requirements and the provide a custom solution for your emergency response management.

If you need trained and experienced medical and rescue staff for short or long term projects, we have access to quality emergency personnel with remote location experience. Our team of medical and rescue staff are waiting to be deployed across Australia to service your business needs.
Our teams integrate seamlessly with existing emergency management systems and are experienced:

  • Emergency Management Officers (EMO)
  • Emergency Service Officers (ESO)
  • Nurses
  • Experienced Rescue Medics
  • Rescue/Fire Technicians

We are also approved to carry scheduled medications for treatment of patients.

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Competencies include confined space rescue, vertical rescue, and structural and bush firefighting.

Talis supply Rescue Technician personnel and associated equipment to high risk workplaces such as HAZMAT working environments, working at heights and/or confined space working,


We can provide qualified and experienced rescue medics, medics, registered nurses and registered paramedics to the large cities and remote regions of Australia.


We can provide vertical rescue equipment, confined space rescue equipment, HAZMAT equipment and atmospheric monitoring, medical clinic equipment and consumables, ambulance equipment and consumables, ambulances, rescue and fire tenders as well as a helicopter.

Why use Talis?

Talis provides a Rescue Medic as part of the team as a standard. With the Rescue Medic equipped with advanced medical response equipment and high scheduled medications (such as Morphine and Adrenaline), they are able to provide treatment at the point of contact with the patient. This is different to other providers that provide treatment at the point of recovery. This point of difference ensures improved patient outcome or at least more comfortable when being extricated from the scene of the accident.