A fully stocked first aid kit must be provided with a seal. If there is no seal on the first aid kit, certain products may not be present. In emergency situations it is very important that the first aid kit is complete.
Sealing first aid kits requires a seal with a low breaking strength. The seal must be easy to break in emergency situations. It is also important that the seal stands out. This makes it immediately visible whether the first aid kit is complete.
Sealing first aid kits can be done in different ways. This depends on the closure of the first aid kit. Certain types of first aid kits are equipped with a special closure where a so-called retightening seal can be used. Seals such as the One Piece Seal are extremely suitable for sealing first aid kits.
If the special closure is not present, first aid boxes can be sealed with a Security Label. These safety labels are available in two variants, namely the Zero Transfer/No Residue labels and Total Transfer/High Residue labels. The Zero Transfer/No Residue labels are extremely suitable for sealing first aid kits. These labels do not leave any residue on the surface.
A Security Label shows a clear message in the label when it is opened. This makes it immediately visible when the first aid kit has been opened.
Each seal for sealing first aid kits is provided with a unique ascending numbering combined with a name imprint. The combination of numbering and printing is only produced once, which means that fraud can be prevented.
Each seal is available from stock in a standard variant. It is also possible to provide the seals with your own name imprint or logo.