Safety First Aid Fire Marshal Kit
During unexpected incidents such as a fire, it's crucial that the necessary tools are present to facilitate the safe removal of those in dangerous zones. The Safety First Aid Fire Marshal Kit includes a set of useful items to make evacuations as smooth as possible.
Supplied with items such as a high visibility jacket and mini-megaphone, leaders are able to provide evacuees with a sense of calm and remain identifiable during emergencies.
The Fire Marshal Kit comprises of the following:
- 1 x Red Storage Bag
- 1 x Fire Marshal Hi-Visibility Jacket
- 1 x Fire Marshal Armband
- 1 x Gas Horn
- 1 x Torch
- 1 x Mini-Megaphone
- 6 x Emergency Whistles
- 6 x Snap Lights
Supplied with a portable storage bag stocked with the items necessary for a fire warden or marshal, this kit is perfect for all establishments with a designated leader for emergencies. This kit is recommended for the following environments:
- Sports Grounds/Leisure Centres
Key Features and Benefits
- Supplied in a bright red portable bag for use on the go and enhanced visibility
- Includes high-visibility jacket and arm band for easy identification of fire safety marshals
- Megaphone, emergency whistles and lights for enhanced audibility and identification in high-risk areas
- Essential investment for all establishments aiming to comply with HSE regulations
Enhances the Visibility of Fire Marshals
In the panic of emergencies such as unexpected fires, it's crucial that the person leading people away from dangerous zones is identifiable. The kit includes a yellow hi-vis jacket and armband, which helps make the person in charge stand out from regular civilians.
Deliver Safety Instructions with Ease
It can be hard to project over the noise of people trying to figure their way out of scary situations. In order for your instructions to be delivered clearly and carefully, a number of items are included. They are:
- Emergency Whistles
- Gas Horn
- Length: 45cm
- Width: 30cm
- Height: 30cm
Please note that this Fire Marshal Kit should not be used as your sole guide when dealing with a fire risk.