Cytotoxic Drug Spill Kit

mjz000 cytotoxic drug spill kit
mjz000 cytotoxic drug spill kit
mjz000 cytotoxic drug spill kit

Product details

MJZ000 - Cytotoxic Drug Spill Kit

Where to buy

Call 01920 463098
email sales@gvhealth.com

Multi-use, liquid & powder spills, on hard & soft surfaces

Lightweight and portable for intensive and frequent use on multiple and/or large scale spillages. High Absorbency GV Health Cyto Granules absorb and contain liquid spills. Absorbent pads and sterile water mop up powder spills. Our custom Cytali solution, designed to neutralise cytotoxic residue of spill site and surrounding area. Warning signs and colour coded, sealable bags for safe disposal.

GV Health Spill Packs and Kits hold the NHS Supply Chain contract for cytotoxic spill cleaning. Used throughout the NHS in hospitals, clinics, surgeries, out-patient departments, pharmacies, laboratories; nursing and care homes and other locations where cytotoxic or chemotherapy drugs are handled and stored. Safe for use by non-specialist staff.

Anti-cancer medicines: Cytotoxic medications is taken to mean toxic compounds known to have carcinogenic, mutagenic and/or teratogenic potential. Our Cytotoxic / Chemotherapy drug spill & disposal products ensure safe clean up & removal.

Contents

PPE packs x2 each containing

  • x3 pairs of disposable gloves *
  • x3 thumb loop gown
  • x3 FFP3 mask
  • x3 eye visor
  • x3 pairs of over sleeves
  • x3 pairs overshoes
  • x1 kneeling pad

Liquid Clean up

  • x3 Cyto Granule 50g sachet
  • x3 scoop scraper
  • x1 tweezers

Powder Clean up

  • x3 sterile water pods
  • x3 absorbent pads

Decontamination

  • x3 Cytali Powder 10g sachet
  • x1 250ml diluter
  • Paper towels

Waste disposal

  • x1 instruction sheet
  • x3 Cytotoxic waste bag
  • x3 bag tie
  • x1 warning sign
  • x1 record card

Certification

Conforms to UK Department of Health and WHO guidelines for safe clean up of cytotoxic spills.

Active ingredient: Disodium Metasilicate

* ASTM D6978-05: Standard Practice for Assessment of Resistance of Medical Gloves to Permeation by Chemotherapy Drugs