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Low Voltage Rescue Kit Plus+ – Volt Safety

SKU: KIT-LVR-PLUS Categories: ,

Low Voltage Switchboard Rescue Kits made by Volt Safety are a must-have kit for most Electricians and are designed to be used by the safety observer in the event of on-site electrocution. It enables the safety observer to safely perform rescue from a live LV switchboard panel without being electrocuted, and includes contents to provide relief for the victim.

NB The insulated gloves supplied in this kit are required to come in size 11 to ensure the gloves can fit different safety observers. The gloves are stamped ‘RESCUE USE ONLY’ to state that they should not be used as everyday working gloves, as the gloves need to be suitable for purpose in the event that a rescue is required.

Key Features:

  • Conforms to the requirements of Australian energy providers
  • Hi-Vis bag with reflective font to ensure kit is easily findable in dark environments
  • Kit contained in a heavy-duty waterproof PPE bag to protect kit contents
  • Sturdy ‘Isolate Here in emergency’ sign with attachment string
  • Multi-Trauma Burns Dressing opens up to 75cm x 75cm
  • Insulated Rubber Gloves Class 0 Size 11 Gloves
  • St. Johns Quick Reference First Aid Booklet
  • PPE bag can be utilised as a water bucket
  • Non-Conductive Insulated Hook/Crook
  • Bright Non-Conductive LED Torch
  • Fire Blanket extends to 1.8m x 1.2m
  • Thermal Blanket expands to 185cm x 130cm
  • Disposable resuscitation mask to help administer CPR 
  • Multiple sized Burns gel dressings to provide relief to victims wounds

Standards:

  • AS 4836
  • AS IEC 60903 – Class 0 Gloves
  • AS 3504 – Fire Blanket
  • Kit rated up to 1000V
  • Conforms to the requirements of Australian energy providers

Kit Contents:

Options:

Wall Mounted Low Voltage Rescue Kit
Ensure you always have access to a low voltage rescue kit on-site by mounting the kit to a wall near your switchboards