Ice Pack Sheet Heavy Duty is a flat sheet of 24 dry ice cells that can be used hot or cold, thousands of times over.
Just add water (see Directions below) for initial activation, then cut to preferred size or shape to suit specific needs. The ice packs wrap flexibly around limbs and other body parts to maximise effectiveness.
Ice Pack Sheet Heavy Duty is non-toxic to FDA food safety standards, so perfectly safe for children.
Proudly invented and manufactured in Australia and used around the world.
Ice Pack Sheet Heavy Duty Directions for Activation
1. Fully immerse sheets in warm water, repeatedly scrunching to allow air bubbles to escape. Water will enter through the one-way surface to activate polymer and fully expand the sheet 2. Towel dry 3. Freeze for cold application or 4. Microwave for 1 minute for hot application, check temperature then wrap in a towel before applying to the body
Ice Pack Sheet Heavy Duty Information
For external use only. Store in a cool, dry place before activation. Active ingredient refrigerant polymer. Sheet size before activation: 280mm x 395mm
Australian workplace health and safety inspectors can enter your business at any time to check your compliance with Work Health and Safety laws.
Failing to provide a safe Australian workplace leaves you liable to fines up to $800,000. Your business can be forced to close. You can even end up in prison.
As a person conducting a business or undertaking, it’s your responsibility to provide access to a suitable workplace first aid kit at all times. Choosing the right Brenniston National Standard Workplace First Aid Kit is easy. It assures you Australian workplace health and safety compliance.
The workplace first aid kit contents should be based on a risk assessment of the nature of the work, the hazards, size, location and the nature of your workplace, and the number and composition of the workers there.
The number of people the workplace first aid kit is suited to must include contractors and volunteers. Suitability is based on the first aid kit’s contents and suggested uses, in conjunction with your own workplace risk assessment.