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Kit’Secours

#mutations of the built environment #product design

// Marine Crépin

Marine Crépin - Kit’Secours - 2009

Marine Crépin - Kit’Secours - 2009

Marine Crépin - Kit’Secours - 2009

Marine Crépin - Kit’Secours - 2009

Kit’Secours is a first-aid device placed in the urban environment, at regular intervals. It contains the tools necessary for witnesses of minor accidents or illnesses to alert the paramedics, place the victim in safety, and give first-aid. Equiped with a system which localizes automatically the spot, the fixed part of Kit’Secours is used to contact the emergency services. The elements of the movable part allow the witness to protect the victim quickly, thus preserving his physical well-being while waiting for the paramedics. It contains a head protection, a survival blanket, and a pair of disposable gloves for the person administering first-aid.

Marine Crépin’s final degree project
Master in design - Mutations of the built environment program