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WSID-04 ID Card

WSID-04 ID Card

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WSID-04 (Emergency Wallet I.D Card) – A durable plastic wallet card that is designed to supplement / back up the other products in the Worker Safety range. A perfect solution to ensuring your employee is able to carry their medical & emergency contact information after “work hours” when they are no longer on site and wearing their hard hat or boots. Ideal for remote workers or those who work away from home for extended periods. Stores information on the front and back of this tough credit card sized plastic wallet card.

Code: WSID-04

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£0.79 Each (ex. VAT)

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WSID-04 ID Card

WSID-04 (Emergency Wallet I.D Card) – A durable plastic wallet card that is designed to supplement / back up the other products in the Worker Safety range. A perfect solution to ensuring your employee is able to carry their medical & emergency contact information after “work hours” when they are no longer on site and wearing their hard hat or boots. Ideal for remote workers or those who work away from home for extended periods. Stores information on the front and back of this tough credit card sized plastic wallet card.

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