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Mercury Spillage Kit

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Mercury Spillage Kit

Mercury, the major component in dental amalgam, can pose extreme risk to staff and patients if handled incorrectly. This everyday component of dental practices is highly toxic to human health, meaning that substandard cleaning equipment is ineffective in the event of a spillage. Having Initial Medical’s spillage kit on hand is essential to ensure you are protected in the unlikely event of a leak.

Initial Medical provides a specialist mercury spillage kit to fully equip dental personnel in dealing with spills safely and quickly. Our extensive kit provides all of the necessary equipment to recover spilled mercury and promptly restore your dental practice to a safe and operational setting, with full instructions to guide you through the process.

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Why is Mercury Dangerous?

The misuse and malpractice of mercury in dental surgeries can be potentially harmful to both surgeons and patients, including direct contact or the handling of any contaminated equipment.

Mercury vapour is colourless, odourless and tasteless. As a result, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) implemented a strict occupational exposure limit of 25 nanograms per meters cubed (µg/m3), spread over an eight-hour working period to reduce the risk of potential health hazards. Initial Medical provide an industry-leading mercury spillage kit to ensure the safe management and disposal of mercury-based items, mitigating the level of occupational exposure to staff and patients.

Ensure you meet with HSE guidelines and equip your personnel with the tools to handle mercury spills.

1. Contact

Contact us and a member of our expert Initial Medical team will be in touch.

  • Trusted, local consultants
  • Enquiries are returned within 24 hours

2. Survey

We will visit your practice and carry out a comprehensive review of your waste management structure.

  • A free survey from a specialist Initial Medical consultant
  • A bespoke service schedule based on your needs
  • Full guidance on your waste legislation requirements

3. Installation

Our expert technicians will carry out a thorough installation service or provide the required containers if no installation is required.

  • An appointment scheduled at a time to suit you
  • Specialist guidance on how to use and manage your new containers
  • Minimal disruption to your healthcare practice

4. Service

Your local expert technician will service your waste based on your bespoke service agreement.

  • Hands-on support from your local Initial Medical consultant
  • Servicing tailored to suit your business's schedule
  • 24/7 access to service documents through myInitial
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