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343 BSI 8599-1 Medium First Aid Kit

343 BSI 8599-1 Medium First Aid Kit

Reliance

HSE First Aid Kit in Aura box with superior contemporary looks. Durable polypropylene box with black safety clips, integrated carry handle, and a secure airtight lid provides protection from dust and water. All contents meet the Health and Safety Executive guidelines. Cradle bracket included with all Aura kits.

Code: 343

Reliance

£25.79 Each (ex. VAT)

£30.95 inc. VAT
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343 BSI 8599-1 Medium First Aid Kit

HSE First Aid Kit in Aura box with superior contemporary looks. Durable polypropylene box with black safety clips, integrated carry handle, and a secure airtight lid provides protection from dust and water. All contents meet the Health and Safety Executive guidelines. Cradle bracket included with all Aura kits. Contents:BurnSoothe/Reliburn Burn Relief Dressing 10cm x 10cm x2. Dependaplast Washproof Assorted Plasters x60. Eye Pad Dressing with Bandage Sterile x3. Foil Blanket Adult Size x2.Large HSE Dressing 18cm x 18cm Sterile Unboxed x2. Medium HSE Dressing 12cm x 12cm Sterile Unboxed x6. Nitrile Gloves Pair x9. Rebreath Mouth to mouth Resuscitation Device with Valve x1. Reliance Finger Dressing with Adhesive Fixing 3.5cm x3. Reliance First Aid Guidance Leaflet x1. Reliform Conforming Bandage 7.5cm x 4m x2. Relitape Microporous Tape 2.5cm x 5m x1. Reliwipe Moist Cleansing Wipes x30. Safety Pins Assorted x12. Single Use Triangular Bandage 90cm x 127cm x3. Universal Shears Small 6" x1.

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Manufacturer RELIANCE
Manufacturer Code 343

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