First Responder Stations target site health and safety
The provision of health and safety at construction sites, factories and warehouses is set to be improved, according to the makers of a new range of First Responder Stations.
The three First Responder Stations available from Bull Products are a Fire Point Centre, a Spill Control Centre and a First Aid Centre. These are all trolley based mobile units, which house the fire extinguishers in the Fire Point Centre, the spill absorbents in the Spill Control Centre and the first aid kit in the First Aid Centre, according to Bull Products. The firm adds that all cabinets protect the contents from the weather, have clear windows for visual inspection of contents and have anti-tamper pins for the cabinet latches to prevent misuse.
Bull Products’ Marketing Director, Brad Markham commented: “We were pleased to work with our customers on the development of these First Responder Stations. As well as fulfilling their intended purpose efficiently, the new stations contain everything needed in a compact and attractive package, instantly improving the users’ health and safety image on-site. Corporate branding is available to enhance this further.”
The new range is described by Bull Products with the following features:
Fire Point Centre: has a CE approved fire alarm for complete site-wide evacuation, a fire plan showing routes to assembly area and fire extinguishers housed in the cabinet below.
Spill Control Centre: formalises the availability of spill products on-site; in bright yellow is highly visible to all in an emergency; carries a panel giving spill advice and a list of the complete contents contained in the spill kit cabinet
First Aid Centre: includes a sealed first aid kit cabinet which can also store an automated external defibrillator, an eye-wash station and a first aid alert alarm which connects to Bull Products’ Cygnus wireless alarm system and notifies first aiders immediately of an accident.
Bull Products will be exhibiting at Safety & Health Expo in June at stand N2050
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