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Ensure Trauma Kits are well advertised and clearly signposted around your premises for ease of identification to allow for rapid access to life-saving treatment in a medical emergency

  • Comply with ProtectUK and the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) recommendations to ensure Trauma Kit provisions are ‘well advertised across the premises’
  • Ensure emergency Trauma Kits can be located swiftly so life-saving treatment can be given as soon as possible
  • Informs staff, visitors and guests about the location of Trauma Kits, ensuring provisions can be quickly found
  • Clear, bold signage for quick identification of emergency supplies
  • Ideal for use in public premises and event venues
  • Bold, high-quality print signage delivers a clear and crisp message using durable UV-stabilised inks
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Ensure Trauma Kits are well advertised and clearly signposted around your premises for ease of identification to allow for rapid access to life-saving treatment in a medical emergency

  • Comply with ProtectUK and the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) recommendations to ensure Trauma Kit provisions are ‘well advertised across the premises’
  • Ensure emergency Trauma Kits can be located swiftly so life-saving treatment can be given as soon as possible
  • Informs staff, visitors and guests about the location of Trauma Kits, ensuring provisions can be quickly found
  • Clear, bold signage for quick identification of emergency supplies
  • Ideal for use in public premises and event venues
  • Bold, high-quality print signage delivers a clear and crisp message using durable UV-stabilised inks
Sign Type:
Emergency Response Sign
Sign Reads:
Public Access Trauma Kit
Sizes Available (W x H):
200 x 200mm
Material Available:
Face Adhesive Window Sticker
Orientation:
Square
Application:
Face adhesive window stickers are best suited for indoor use, on dry, smooth & clean surfaces
Artwork ID:
BC100

The Health and Safety Regulations 1996

The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 (the Safety Signs Regulations) implement European Council Directive 92/58/EEC on minimum requirements for the provision of safety signs at work. This guidance is aimed at helping employers meet their responsibilities under these Regulations.

The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981

The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 guidance is aimed at helping employers meet their responsibilities under these Regulations. Part of those responsibilities is supplying appropriate first aid supplies for your workplace or public spaces to enable quick response in the event of an injury or accident. Ensuring first aid kits are clearly identified and that signage is supplied is vital to ensure your staff know where your emergency first aid supplies are stored and how to immediately access them.

Martyn’s Law:

Martyn’s Law is a bill that addresses the need for public and private institutions to supply specific first aid items that are required when a mass casualty event occurs. By providing specialist trauma response first aid kits, emergency first aid can be performed till emergency services can arrive, and by having appropriate measures in place to respond to a terror attack and mitigate physical harm the loss of life from a terror attack can be greatly mitigated.

Traumatic injuries such as major bleeds can result in death in minutes, but having provisions to stop severe bleeding readily available, and clearly signposted and easy to access can be vital in keeping casualties alive until medical professionals are able to help.

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