A user had an Enforcer connected to a steel cable, or wire rope. As the cable was loaded it unwound, twisting the Enforcer’s swivel eye and the friction generated unscrewed the bolt holding the swivel and it came apart.
- Immediately remove any affected 3D products from service.
- Contact CMC Customer Support at (800) 235-5741, (805) 562-9120, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to initiate the return process.
- Return the 3D directly to CMC for a no-cost full replacement of the product. CMC will issue a call tag for pick-up of the item and cover all cost of shipping.
We've all heard of someone who "broke a hip." But what exactly does that mean? In fact, what exactly are the hips, how do they break, and what can we as first responders and rescuers do about it?
Not surprisingly this is a complex topic with a huge amount of anatomy and physiology involved as well as a lot of research, and sometimes conflicting opinions, on how best to treat.
This blog aims to give you a basic, but comprehensive overview of Pelvic Instability or Trauma. We'll examine the relevant Anatomy and Physiology, Epidemiology, Classifications, Signs and Symptoms, as well as Treatment options for patients suffering from Pelvic Trauma. Stay safe!
Information Regarding Possible Cracks on ASAP Lock
FACT: March, 30 2016 - During routine equipment inspections one customer detected cracks on the stainless steel arms on 3 ASAP LOCK units. These 3 defective products will be returned to Petzl for analysis.