Cut Costs with Bull’s First Responder Stations
Health and safety managers are constantly under pressure to find ways to keep costs low whilst complying with high health and safety standards.
However, the costs soon mount up, and construction companies can end up spending thousands of pounds on equipment to ensure their workforce is protected to the highest standards.
At Bull, our First Responder Stations have been designed to suit all requirements and ensure there is no compromise when it comes to health and safety, whilst also providing a cost-effective and time saving solution.
No matter what the requirements, our responder stations are fully customisable to suit your needs, whether it’s signage, emergency plans, branding or the alarm type, you can have all the information and equipment right there at your fingertips.
How Bull’s First Responder Stations can ensure safety remains a top priority
The Fire First Responder Station
Fire presents a significant risk to businesses, and can majorly injure employees or visitors and damage property if they are not dealt with correctly.
The Fire First Responder Station is the first responder’s central point for fire safety equipment and alarms.
Finished in red, the Fire Point Station features 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 area.
The first aid alert bleeps intermittently every eight seconds, with a message sent to the control panel to alert the first aider. This ensures your business and staff are protected to the highest safety standards.
First Aid Responder Station
The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 require companies to provide adequate and appropriate first-aid equipment, facilities and people so employees can be given immediate help if they are injured or taken ill at work.
Having the right equipment on hand is just the first step in a first aid emergency. However sometimes emergencies can’t be reported immediately. If this is the case, the First Aid Responder Station is ideal as it can treat casualties quickly on site.
The station provides secure storage of vital suppliers and a first aider can be alerted at the touch of a button.
The comprehensive standalone unit can also be connected to the Cygnus Wireless Alarm System to notify the site when the station has been accessed or tampered with, and also alerts first aiders immediately of an accident.
With the Cygnus panel, you can also download a history log of first aid alerts in order to monitor site accidents.
Oil Spill Control First Responder Station
Each year, more than 5,000 oil spill incidents are reported to the Environment Agency (EA). These are primarily caused by inadequate storage facilities and equipment, vandalism, and poor management systems.
Until now, many spill products would be located near or under equipment and not visible in an emergency.
At Bull, our Oil Spill Control station provides a smart all-in-one solution, with all vital supplies safely stored in one place, without the need to keep excess products on site.
The cabinet is sealed with anti-tamper pins, designed for the cabinet latch to prevent misuse, damage, or soiling of spare absorbents.
Specialist advice you can rely on
At Bull, our First Responder Stations have evolved from our proven range of fire points and safety display stands. All three stations provide a cost-effective and time saving solution for companies, and can be standard or bespoke to suit the needs of individual sites.
For more information about our stations and to discuss which one is right for you, talk to one of our team of knowledgeable and friendly advisors on 01432 806806 or email email@example.com.
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