Use this emergency manifest box to store emergency information needed by emergency services in case of a fire.
This emergency information box is also suitable to securely store safety data sheets (SDS), maps, emergency evacuation plans, instruction manuals, records, logs and other important documents in strategic locations.
Emergency manifest box is front opening with an internal partition to enable documents and binders be stored without falling out.
Store the emergency manifest cabinet at the entrance to your property.
Can easily be mounted on a wall or mesh fence by drilling holes in the back of the cabinet to suit (fixings excluded).
Emergency manifest box is high visibility red powder-coated steel construction.
- Cabinet is labelled EMERGENCY INFORMATION in white text.
- Emergency manifest box features a fire brigade lock compatible with 003 emergency services key
Did you know…?
The Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 (WA) require manufacturers and suppliers to determine whether a chemical they supply is hazardous. If the chemical is classified as hazardous, then a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) must be supplied which is then readily accessible to users of the chemical. This access should be as close to the work area as reasonably practicable.
A SDS must be written in English, must contain certain information and must be less than five years old. SDS should not be confused with a product specification sheet, which provides information on characteristics of the product and directions for use.
An SDS holder keeps these important documents secure and readily available to users whilst protecting them from moisture, dirt etc.