Universal Plastic Box for First Aid Supplies, is a universal container that meets all the requirements in the above list. It can be searched quickly, reliably protects content, helps organizations, and transfers quickly to victims. Pay has the following functions:
- Sturdy plastic protects contents from mechanical damage.
- Bright colors and contrasting medical crosses attract attention.
- For wall mounting.
- The transparent lid holds the contents.
- Plastic walls can be divided into logical modules.
- Up to six separate sections inside.
- Dimensions (see): 42.5 (L) x 15 (W) x 33 (H) cm
On the red plastic front panel there is a medical cross and the words "First Aid" in contrasting white, clearly indicating the purpose of the contents. Simplification expedites inner first aid kit identification, or its definition in the context of other used containers. It is an international symbol - easily recognizable regardless of its origin and language, and is widely used in all corners of the world.
Attached to the groove of the box shell on the back plate. Holes are made for placement through bolts, screws or slings. Using these accessories and using this mounting platform, you can attach the first aid kit plastic box to the wall of the room or the wall of the furniture. This allows you to keep the first aid kit in a prominent place for quick access and retrieval.
On the sides of the platform are two wide projections that press into reciprocating grooves in the side walls of the housing. With them the box can be fixed to the wall. Use this case to bring it to the victim, it is enough to just move one of the ledges to the side and pull the case towards you. All of these operations can be performed directly in seconds, which only reduces the overall response time to events.
A carrying handle on the top of the case allows you to quickly and easily transfer a case full of medical supplies from the point of attachment to the point of care. There are two small rings with holes on the two halves of the handle. With them, you can pass a tear-off label indicating the date the content was last checked. Also, these hinges are suitable for small padlocks in case you want to protect the contents from children.
There are two white clips on each side of the handle. Contrasting colors let you quickly know these are case locks that need to be opened to access content. The clips are marked with circular arrows to indicate the desired direction of travel. As you can see in the photo above, they don't rise but simply move outward and separate the two halves of the case. After pushing the lock, you will be inside.
Inside you'll find two transparent shell halves, as well as four panels for organizing content. In the photo above, you should notice the groove along one half of the perimeter where the sealant is placed. While it doesn't completely seal the contents, it keeps dust, dirt, and moisture out of the case. This will ensure the possibility of long-term storage of medical supplies in contaminated sites such as workshops, workshops, garages, etc.
Using the transparent panel, you can divide the inside of the case into six sections. For this purpose, guide grooves are provided in the inner plane of the side walls of the housing. By installing panels in them, you can separate one type of content from another - for example, dressings and medications, or hemostatic aids from burns.
Since the case's lock allows you to open it without removing it from the wall, its two translucent covers will also come in handy. They fit in separate rails at the bottom of the case (see photo above), and when the first aid kit is fully open, they won't let the contents fall out of the container. The transparency of the lid allows you to see the contents of half and all six sections at the same time, which speeds up identification of necessary aids. This way you can identify the part you want and only open the half where it is. The other half and its contents are protected by a second cover and remain in place in the event of displacement, drop and vibration.
With all the baffles and covers installed, your case will be divided into six sections. The central part is sized to store small items: rolled up antiseptic plasters, napkins, pins, etc. The dimensions of the corner sections allow you to accommodate longer items such as bandages, scissors and other tools, thermometers, etc. If you need to fit larger items inside the box, you should remove the dividers and join the sections together.
Where is it used?
Finally, a few photos of the first aid kit compared to similar products are attached and show its installation in the reception room. In this case, you can make the first aid kit more visible and accessible, and facilitate the storage and transportation of medical supplies closer to the victim. You will need a first aid kit in the following locations:
- At home: Keep your home first aid kit in a safe container to help your family.
- At work: Mount the enclosure on the office wall in case your employees have home health issues.
- In Production: Expedite the search and transportation of medical supplies in the workshop to prevent industrial damage.
- In service locations: Pay attention to the safety of visitors to coffee shops, coffee shops, restaurants, hair salons, salons, fitness centers, gyms, shops, hotels, etc.
- Mass gathering places: Place first aid kits near fire extinguishers in exhibition halls, concert halls, galleries, conference halls, cinemas, stadiums, etc.
*Compliant with Labour Department guidelines*
According to different workplaces and different number of people with appropriate amount of required medicines:
Notifiable workplace with less than 10 people
Notifiable workplace for 10-49 people
Notifiable workplace for 50-100 people
Construction site per 50 people