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A UK based packaging company ‘1st Packaging Ltd’, turned their manufacturing process to PPE supplies in aid of assisting the COVID-19 crisis. Their primary aim is to provide vital protection Continue ReadingPPE Safety Visors @ £1.45 Cheapest...
A UK based packaging company ‘1st Packaging Ltd’, turned their manufacturing process to PPE supplies in aid of assisting the COVID-19 crisis. Their primary aim is to provide vital protection for front-line healthcare workers from all care sectors with a cost-effective solution in mind.
Care homes have been hit most by the spiralling cost of buying personal protection equipment. Shortages in supply meant the social care sector had to resort to buying from private sellers for ridiculously inflated prices. The sad reality is that many poeple out there rushed to profit from the Coronavirus.
Some carehome sectors were teetering on the brink of bankruptcy while they had no choice but to pay through the nose for PPE to protect the safety of their staff. No healthcare organisation should placed in such a vulnerable position, and at the mercy of unscrupulous businesses.
The companies range of safety visors including: Medi 1st Visors are designed and manufactured in the UK. As well as being CE marked, they provide safety, and comfort and are available at a comparatively low cost. At only £1.45 cost per unit – Healthcare companies can budget even more by purchasing quantities in bulk.
For more info and to place orders visit: https://staysafevisor.co.uk/
The Kidsafe Face Visor was created as a direct response to increasing enquiries from parents and schools about where to source protective Visors specifically for children. Ideal for use in: Continue ReadingWhere Can I buy Kids Protective...
The Kidsafe Face Visor was created as a direct response to increasing enquiries from parents and schools about where to source protective Visors specifically for children.
Ideal for use in: Hospitals, childcare sectors, educational settings, public transport, and general socialising out and about in the community.
With the Governments plans to ease the lockdown children may be returning to School which also means they are likely to be in and about the community more. Whilst children have been isolated during this COV-ID 19 pandemic PPE has not being a requirement, but as they are eased back in to socialisation over the coming months – the use of face protection will offer parents some peace of mind.
According to US physician and epidemiologist Michael Edmond, facial Visors offer more effective protection against infectious diseases than masks and should be worn by the public whenever they leave home. Not only are Visors more reusable and more comfortable, they are less restrictive and frightening for a child to wear. A child can still communicate with others freely and the Visor prevents them from touching their face and mouth with unclean hands.
The company behind the kidsafe Visors, 1st Packaging Ltd, has also developed Adult Protective Visors which are suitable for heallthcare sectors.
All their Visors are economically priced and in response to their support of the COV-ID-19 pandemic.
For orders and more information visit: https://staysafevisor.co.uk/
Get paid to explore the world! Launched in early 2019, COIN by XYO is the FIRST mobile app enabling over 15,000 people per day to earn digital assets for validating Continue ReadingGet Coins for Geomining! XYO First Mobile App→
Launched in early 2019, COIN by XYO is the FIRST mobile app enabling over 15,000 people per day to earn digital assets for validating geospatial location data when traveling, commuting, jogging or moving about the real world.
If you’re using the “COIN” App, geomining is thecool hip way of excavating valuable digital items or assets from a real, physical space! COIN is one of the first apps that allows you to travel in the physical world, and collect digital assets that can be transferred, withdrawn, and stored in external wallets.
With the COIN App, you can geomine as you go about your normal day, and earn COIN Tokens from locations around you! When you click the pickaxe button in the app, it confirms your location and shares that with the XYO Network. In exchange for that valuable data, you collect COIN Tokens. Sometimes the amount you can collect can be MASSIVE! and it’s also 12 times more COINS if you carry an ‘XYO SentinelX’ with you as you travel.
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Many people are using World War II gas masks as a novelty item unaware that they may contain harmful asbestos. Every citizen in Great Britain, including infants were issued with Continue ReadingCan Asbestos in World War II Gas Masks Cause...
Many people are using World War II gas masks as a novelty item unaware that they may contain harmful asbestos. Every citizen in Great Britain, including infants were issued with a gas mask in 1939, (start of Second World War) as protection against mustard gas attacks by Germany. The masks – made of black rubber, glass visor and mouthpiece which contained a perforated tin (formed in the shape of a tin can) and a block of asbestos. The asbestos block was added to absorb and filter out poisonous gases allowing the wearer safer breathing.
Asbestos consists of fibres which when inhaled into the lungs can lead to asbestos related diseases such as mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis. The minute fibers are capable of stimulating chronic inflammatory responses in the pleura, (cavity that surrounds the lungs) and inducing an array of cellular responses, such as interfering with the mesothelial cells, and damaging DNA that regulates cell division.
World War II gas masks were manufactured using two types of asbestos – ‘crocidolite’ (blue asbestos) and chrysotile (white asbestos). Blue asbestos is considered to be deadlier than white asbestos, but the carcinogenic risk from white asbestos classifies it as a number 1 human carcinogen, as there is sufficient clinical evidence of asbestos related disease among people that have had exposure to it.
A collection of World War II gas masks had to be removed from Gunnersbury Park Museum recently. There were health and safety concerns regarding asbestos fibres being released during visitor handling. The gas masks were decontaminated at a specialised asbestos removal unit and returned to the museum.
Although people feared the use of chemical weapons in World War II – It never materialised. A lot of gas masks were donated to museums. However, some people have managed to purchase them from second hand shops and auction internet sites such as Ebay. World War II gas masks are over 60 years old and the older asbestos is – the more friable it becomes (easily crumbles), making it more hazardous as more fibres are easily released through disintegration.
If you are in possession of a World War II gas mask, the best thing to do, until you have the asbestos removed professionally, is not to handle it or try the mask on, and place it in an enclosed bag or container.
Chemoembolization is a medical procedure used predominantly in the treatment of liver cancer. The treatment is more effective as it allows a far higher concentration of anti-cancer drugs (20 times Continue ReadingCan Chemoembolization Offer Hope To Mesothelioma...
Chemoembolization is a medical procedure used predominantly in the treatment of liver cancer.
The treatment is more effective as it allows a far higher concentration of anti-cancer drugs (20 times higher than conventional chemotherapy drugs) in direct contact with the tumour for a longer duration. It works best in patients in where the tumour is more localised.
In 2006 a UK resident ‘Debbie Brewer’ age 47 (below) was diagnosed with mesothelioma – a rare type of cancer that is predominantly caused by exposure to asbestos. Her prognosis was bleak as she was told that she had between 6 and 9 months to live. Debbie looked in to alternative treatments and went to visit Harley Street cancer specialist ‘Dr. Etienne Callebout’. Dr. Callebout is one of the finest ‘alternative cancer treatment’ specialists – and cancer patients often turn to him when conventional treatment has proved little hope.
Dr. Callebout offered Debbie valuable advice regarding nutrition and also informed her about Professor Thomas Vogl. Professor Vogl is head of the ‘Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, J.W. Goethe University Hospital, Frankfurt, Germany. He pioneered a clinical trial to test whether chemoembolization would treat mesothelioma tumours and the results were promising.
Debbie made an appointment to see Professor Vogl in Germany and he agreed that she was a good candidate for chemoembolization treatment. After several treatments – Debbie’s tumour shrunk by 80%, not only prolonging her life but she is hopeful that she is now in full remission. Despite her personal battle with mesothelioma – Debbie has shown much gratitude and enthusiasm regarding Professor Vogl’s treatment by highlighting his pioneering treatment and bringing new hope to others. In 2009 Debbie launched a petition asking the UK government that chemoembolization clinical trials would be available to mesothelioma patients in the UK.
It was feared that both workers and survivors of the World Trade Centre attack may be at risk from developing mesothelioma from exposure to asbestos. The ‘north tower’ (1st building Continue ReadingCould 9/11 Claim More Casualties From Asbestos...
It was feared that both workers and survivors of the World Trade Centre attack may be at risk from developing mesothelioma from exposure to asbestos. The ‘north tower’ (1st building to be constructed) contained tons of fireproofing material containing asbestos up to the 40th floor.
The following floors did not contain asbestos material as an impeding threat of a complete ban on the use of asbestos in building constructions in New York was implemented, hence subsequent floors contained substitute materials.
When the north tower collapsed health officials were concerned regarding the release of asbestos into the air and health advisors alerted emergency workers on site to wear protective clothing and change out of these and bag them up prior to leaving site.
Although health officials tested dust samples within the vicinity of the disaster within the first 24 hours and concluded that asbestos dust did not exceed safe limits, questions were still raised concerning the exposure from friable (crumbling) asbestos imbedded in the 1.5 million tons of debris during the 10 month clean up.
American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Study
The ‘American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine’ compiled a study from air sampling over a three week period. Their results were based on the following risk assessment – type of asbestos, and duration of exposure
The type of asbestos dust in samples were ‘chrysotile’ which is believed to be less potent than ‘amosite’ or ‘crocidolite’, and the duration of airborne particles was relatively minimal, I.e. 26 days after the collapse – samples were found to be 500-fold lower in lower Manhattan than a chrysotile mining/mill community.
However – if the dust exposure had been crocidolite asbestos, then the risk for mesothelioma would have been 500-fold higher.
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