How Important is The Safety of Your Passengers?
From rescue boats to naval vessels, cruise ships and leisure craft, being on the water is an unpredictable and often unstable environment.
On good days, you want skippers, crew, staff and guests to steady themselves easily, move without fear of falling, and enjoy their time out on the water.
On bad days, safety becomes even more crucial when it involves rough weather, big seas, emergency situations and life-or-death rescues. This is when the need for ‘real’ grip becomes a reality and when the best grab rails and hand rails become a must.
At KAG Safety Rails, we develop solutions that are proven in the marine environment, providing the best grip and significantly less ‘slip’ in any conditions or situation. It means you can focus on the task at hand. or simply relax and enjoy the water safely!
Superior Safety for Gripping Rescues
Real safety issues
During search and rescue operations, skippers often face terrible weather conditions. With water gushing over the vessel’s bow, the handrails become slippery and can threaten the safety of both skipper and crew.
Inspired safety solutions
To improve safety and control in challenging emergency situations, two Grade-316 KAG Safety Rails were installed in Southport VMR’s eight-metre Noosa Cat ‘Marine Rescue 2’ vessel.
The KAG Safety Rails have proven their effectiveness in all types of weather.
Thirty skippers who work in rotation provided consistently positive feedback, with the rail offering improved grip when they need it most.
Client feedback shows the rail offers superior holding capacity in both wet and dry conditions without compromising strength.