The Grab 2 Mode is the second of SRP's innovative and revolutionary victim extrication tools designed to aid a rescuer in removing a victim from almost any threatening environment.
The Grab 2 fits around a rescuer’s waist via belt application and when deployed, its straps are secured underneath the victim’s arms. When tightened, the majority of the victim’s weight shifts to the rescuer’s core allowing a more efficient assist with less effort and stress on the rescuer. It also frees the rescuer’s arms during the evacuation, allowing them to easily maneuver around any potential obstacles. The Grab 2 is specifically designed for Law Enforcement, Paramedic, Fire & Rescue, Active-Shooter and Security Operations.


Product Specifications


  • Constructed with 1680 Ballistic Fabric
  • Asymmetric Stainless Steel Snap Hook (Working Load: 1,763 lb/800 kg)
  • Fixed Bail Stainless Steel Snap Shackle (Breaking Load: 6,172 lb/2,800 kg)
  • Breaking Load: 2,500 lb (1,100 kg)
  • Topstitching, bar tacking and zigzag stitching
  • 24” x 4.5”
  • Tested by Intertek

Grab 2 Mode Integration

May Tømmervold, Winner of the 2017 World Police & Fire Games Womens Individual Ultimate Firefighter Competition, demonstrating the integration of the Grab 2 into the Dragar SCBA.

HOW TO USE THE GRAB 2 mode

The Grab 2 Mode fits around a rescuer’s waist and when deployed, it’s straps are secured underneath the victim’s arms. 

GRAB 2 mode SCBA INTEGRATION

Invented by firefighters, the Grab 2 Mode is designed to remain out of the way when not in use and deploy quickly when needed.

The Grab 2 Mode fully integrates into Scott, Dragar and Interspiro SCBA packs, making it an asset rescue resource for Rapid Intervention Teams (RIT).

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When tightened, the majority of the victim’s weight shifted to the rescuer’s core. This allows rescue work to be completed more efficiently with less effort and stress on the rescuer. 

REPACKING THE GRAB 2 mode

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Fire Department Demo

grab 2 mode spec sheet

Grab 2 Mode (pdf)

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