Safety Central - America's Safety Store

 

 

Home   |   How To Order   |   Store Info   |   Returns   |   Estimate Shipping   |   Contact Us   |   Shipping Info   |   View Cart   |   Site Map  |  Search A-Z

Link Exchange

Federal / Military Buyer

State / Local Gov't. Buyer

Technical Support

Corporate Sales

Media Kit/ Press Room

Affiliate Program

Advertise With Us!

Site Map




 
 


Office Pandemic Defense Kit™ for H1N1 Swine Flu & H5N1 Bird Flu

Item #:OfficePDK
Price:$119.00
Availability:
Quantity:




Office Pandemic Defense Kit™ for H1N1 Swine Flu & H5N1 Bird Flu

Click images to enlarge



The Office Pandemic Defense Kit™ was developed for an individual to meet the essential requirements prior to or during a pandemic outbreak.

Enough supplies to last an individual 14 days or more of a level 6 Influenza Outbreak. Designed for Businesses such as Banks, Financial Offices, Emergency Dispatch Facilities, Police Departments, and other institutions which would require essential staff to remain on premises and to function at full capacity during a pandemic outbreak.

Our H1N1 & H5N1 Influenza Pandemic defense products are U.S. governmentally-approved and produced under the strictest quality control guidelines by top medical manufacturers. Each item is regularly used in hospitals, ambulances, health workers, and medical facilities around the world.

Our experts individually chose each product for its professional-grade quality, ease of use, affordability and overall effectiveness. Personal protective equipment can be easily stored and is great for home, work or travel.

Unlike the annual flu virus, an H1N1 and H5N1 Flu Pandemic can strike suddenly. Experts predict that a vaccine could take more than six months to develop and distribute from the start of a pandemic. In addition, antiviral drugs like Tamiflu are already in scarce supply and may not be effective.

These Personal Protection Flu Kits contain the most extensive supply of influenza first response items. Depending on the model you choose your kit will contain many or all of the items below. NIOSH N95 Particulate Respirators (Face Masks), from a leading manufacturer such as 3M, Alpha Pro Tech, Moldex, Kimberly Clark or MSA depending on availability. Disposable Medical grade Exam Gloves, Protective Goggles, Hospital Grade Germicidal Disinfectant Wipes, Hospital Anti-Microbial Hand Wipes, Disposable Facial Splash Shields, N95 Repirators and Disposable Clothing from manufacturuers such as Tyvek®, Lakeland anf Kimberly Clark, all items are currently in stock and available for immediate delivery. Place your order today to assure your family, yourself, and your workplace will be prepared in the event of a catastrophic pandemic outbreak.

Contents of the Office Pandemic Defense Kit™:

The Office Pandemic Defense Kit™ can be easily stored in a locker, a vehicle, classroom, workstation and may even be carried in a backpack to assure you have immediate access.


A. (1) Box of 35 N95 Disposable Surgical Style Respirator Masks, (One Size Fits All), Compact and Very Effective.

Mask Features and Benefits: The PFL® N-95 Particulate Respirator mask meets WHO and CDC recommended protection levels. The NIOSH defined bacterial filtration efficiency delivers the safe protection needed against airborne pathogens and contamination. A trio of patented and exclusive design features supplies additional protection and comfort benefits unmatched in the industry. The Magic Arch® holds the mask away from the nose and mouth for comfortable breathing and the Positive Facial Lock® with the Twist-Seal® chin piece design helps any wearer create a perfect fit with no gaps that might allow small particles to be inhaled around the edges of the mask. Downward vision is not restricted for added safety. NIOSH Approved.


B. (1) Box of 25 Pair of Nyplex (non-Latex) Disposable Medical Quality Gloves, to Protect Against Harmful Contaminants.

C. (1) Box of 100 5" x 8" Sani-Hands® Sanitizing Hand Cleansing Towellettes. Kills 99% of Germs, Disinfectant Wipes Prevent Spread of Germs and Maintain Sanitary Conditions.

D. (1) Box of 50 5" x 8" Super Sani-Cloth® Bactericidal, Fungicidal Virucidal Disinfects Surface Wipes, Maintains Sanitary Surfaces, Prevents Spread of Germs.

E. (1) Pair of Indirectly Vented Anti-Fog Full Protection Goggles. Eye shield protection. Adjustable Head Band.

F. (2) Medium Size Red Infectious Waste Bags with Bio-Hazard Symbol, For Sanitary Disposal of Hazardous Waste.
G. (2) Packages each containing three packs of 20 Two-Ply Tissues in a Resealable Pouch.

H. (1) 7" x 15" Nylon Carry & Storage Bag with Cord Lock, Assorted Colors Will Be Shipped.

Approx; Kit Size: 7" x 15"
Approx; Weight: 4.3 LBS
Color: Assorted

This well stocked kit can easily be replenished from the comfort of you home by purchasing additional supplies directly from our online store.

Be sure to visit our store for a large selection of other items you may find necessary for you travel such as Tyvek® Coveralls with or without hood and attached boots, Indivdually packaged PDI® Castile Soap Towelettes and Disposable Splash Safety Face Shields.

Supplies will Soon Be limited. Purchase The supplies You need Now! While They Are Still Available!

"In a pandemic, everything from syringes to hospital beds, respirators, masks and protective equipment would be in short supply"

Swine Influenza or H1N1 Swine Flu receives its name from the host it is most likely to inhabit. This particular strain of influenza virus typically affects swine (pigs) and has been known to cross infect humans who work closely with both swine and poultry – especially those who have concentrated exposure. From there, however, this type of influenza can mutate into a flu strain that is possible to pass from one person to another. This is the health crisis that we are currently facing.

What is the Swine Influenza?

Swine influenza, H1N1 Virus or "swine flu", is a highly contagious severe respiratory disease of pigs, caused by one of several swine influenza A viruses. The virus is spread among pigs by direct and indirect contact, and asymptomatic carrier pigs. These outbreaks in pigs can occur year round, with an increased incidence in the autumn and winter in milder temperature zones. Many countries routinely vaccinate the swine populations against H1N1 swine influenza.

Influenza pandemics have occurred three times in the past century. In 1918-1919, the worst of these pandemics infected about one third of the world's population and killed approximately 50 million people (Source: World Health Organization). As of june 10th 2009, The WHO (World Health Organization) has declared a pandemic level 6, the highest level, meaning that this virus outbreak has spread globally and cannot be contained. This current H1N1 outbreak should remind us of the need to remain diligent in practices to help the prevent the further spread of communicable diseases.

The disease

Pandemic influenza is virulent human flu that causes a global outbreak, or pandemic, of serious illness. Because there is little natural immunity, the disease can spread easily from person to person. According to the CDC, there currently is no pandemic flu.

H1N1 virus (swine flu) is a respiratory disease of pigs. People do not normally get H1N1, but the CDC has determined that the H1N1 virus is contagious and is spreading via human-to-human transmission.

Avian influenza (bird flu) is caused by a virus that infects poultry and is spread by migratory birds. The H5N1 strain of the virus has begun to infect humans, but has not yet evolved into a form that allows it to spread easily among humans. The main cause of human infection is close contact with dead or sick birds, according to the WHO.

Pandemic scenario

If the virus evolves into a form that is easily transmissible between humans, a pandemic may result. In a pandemic, it is likely that a large percentage of the world’s population will need some degree of medical care, which has the potential to strain health care services. Pandemic influenza may cause a reduction in vital public services such as health care, law enforcement, transportation, utilities, and telecommunications. It could also lead to a significant increase in employee absenteeism and an economic slowdown.

What are the implications for humans?

Outbreaks and human infection with H1N1 swine influenza have been reported. Often the symptoms are similar to seasonal flu, but reported cases range from mild, asymptomatic infection to severe pneumonia, resulting in death.