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First Aid Catering Premier HSE 1-10 Person

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First Aid Catering Premier HSE 1-10 Person

Fully compliant to HSE regulations. Suitable for work areas with up to 10 employees.

Includes wall bracket.

Translucent boxes make these kits ideal for use in highly visible locations where an attractive and eye catching appearance can enhance and emphasise the provision of first aid equipment.

20cm x 24.5cm x 7.5cm

 

Contents
Cleansing wipes 6
Gloves vinyl blue (pair) 1
Guidance note 1
HSE eyepad dressing 2
HSE large dressing 2
HSE medium dressing 6
Plasters blue assorted 20
Safety pins 6
Triangular bandage 4

Food Safety Act 1990

“In any proceedings for an offence under these Regulations it shall be a defence to prove that the person accused took all reasonable precautions and exercised all due diligence to avoid the commission of the offence by the accused or by a person under the control of the accused.”

Using Qualicare catering kits helps to demonstrate taking reasonable precautions.

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