Chemical and Biohazard Spill Kits

Chemical and Biohazard Spill Kits

Our spill kit range has been designed with the input of hospital staff to ensure that spills can be cleared up quickly, safely and efficiently.

Not only does this minimise the risk of exposure to patients and staff, it also ensures that any disruptions are kept to a minimum.

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH) state that hospitals must have effective chemical spill management measures in place to protect those at risk of exposure. Part of this is the ability to respond to a spill and deal with it quickly and efficiently, minimising the risk.

In a busy and high risk environment such as a hospital, chemical spills can occur at any time, and for a variety of reasons – from human error to mechanical breakdown. If a spill does happen, it puts visitors, staff and patients at risk of exposure, and may even result in closure of your department, meaning you cannot deliver your service to those who need it.

Cairn Technology is one of the UK’s leading authorities on chemical spills in hospital environments and has delivered comprehensive training to hundreds of hospitals nationwide.

Cairn Spill Kits

Our spill kit range has been designed with the input of hospital staff to ensure that spills can be cleared up quickly, safely and efficiently.

Not only does this minimise the risk of exposure to patients and staff, it also ensures that any disruptions are kept to a minimum.

See below for our range

Cairn Chemical Spill Kit Training

Detailed training geared towards the specific chemical spill risks faced by your staff.

Cairn Cytotoxic Spill Kit Training

Ideal for healthcare staff who dispense, administer or work around cytotoxic drugs.

I am very pleased with the wall mounted chemical spillage kit we purchased and the chemical spillage training my team and I received. The customer service and professionalism of the Cairn consultant was excellent. I’ve used Cairn Technology in the past and will continue to do so in the future.

Joshua Blake, Endoscopy Processing Unit Manager, Salford Royal Hospital