Security ID Tags
The Security ID Tags are also called tamper-proof clips and are a great way of ensuring something has not been opened.
There are many times staff will open bags to remove something from inside, but then the item is not replaced, so when it is next needed the item is missing. Examples may be bags for oxygen tubing, an oxygen mask, spanner, nasal cannula, latex gloves, Jankauer sucker and ‘Y’ suction catheter. If someone takes the nasal cannula out of the bag, this could become a more life threatening situation, when an emergency occurs.
Pelican uses these Security ID Tags on our range of Evacuation ResQ products (ResQmat, ResQpod, ResQme, all sold separately) for emergency fire evacuations. Normally one evacuation product is used for staff training, and there may be 20 more kept ready for an emergency evacuation. By having a Security ID Tag on the bag of the stored evacuation product, it will be obvious if they have been tampered with. The evacuation product used for training should be the only one with a broken tag.
If the security number is recorded in a register, then it will indicate when the Annual Inspection for the evacuation product has been carried out, and it should show who did the inspection. If the evacuation product is used in an emergency situation, then the Security ID Tag will release when the bag is opened.
The Security ID Tag numbers are unique and are packed at random, so the number will not be used in sequence.
This product comes in a pack of 25.
Item # 9710
Pack of 25
Wipe clean with a hospital grade disinfectant. Wipe dry and air dry in the shade. Ensure the product is dry before using or storing.