Bull Products First Responder Stations
Bull Products have brought out the range of First Responder Stations which are designed to suit all health and safety requirements on site. These stations are customisable as there is no standard configuration. They can be relocated around site due to their mobility. Such applications include warehousing, storage facilities, workshops, renovations, construction sites, office/retail/restaurant fit outs, factories, aerospace production, canteens and all types of events.
Bull Products will provide a full spec and mock up sample unit, before pricing your bespoke station.
Corporate branding is available on all three stations, bearing in mind there is a limited usable area on the backboard when incorporating accessory safety or first aid products.
The First Responder Fire Point Station is the first responders central point for fire safety equipment and alarm. The fire alarm creates a site evacuation and can also be connected to the cabinet to alert authorities when the door has been opened. The cabinet prevents extinguishers and other equipment from misuse, damage and weather elements.
This is the all in one emergency spill control centre. The cabinet is sealed with anti-tamper pins designed for the cabinet latched to prevent misuse , damage or soiling of spare absorbents. Spill absorbent contents can be entirely customised for your needs, oil, chemical or general maintenance or a mixture of both.
Bull Products designed this concept of the customisable first aid responder station to help overcome the challenges of maintaining adequate first aid equipment onsite. The ideal station will enable you to have all first aid equipment at your finger tips, providing secure storage of vital supplies and a first aider can be alerted at the touch of a button. Like the fire point station the alarm can be connected to the cabinet to alert a first aider when the cabinet door has been opened.
For more information on these First Responder Stations and content options please call 01432 371170 or email email@example.com
May 26, 2021
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