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Vinyl Gloves
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Vinyl Gloves (8M-55)

Emergency vinyl gloves for disaster preparation.

 $0.29   $0.19
Quantity Discounts:
QtyPrice
50-249 $0.17
250-499 $0.15
500-999 $0.13
For larger quantities, please call for price quote.

Vinyl gloves are used when you expect to come into contact with blood or other bodily fluids, during triage and first aid operations. They must be used to prevent the spread of disease and bacteria. These gloves can also be used to protect against dust and other particulates during debris removal.

Included in our ER EMERGENCY READY OSHA First Aid Kits and our ER Trauma First Aid kits, this is a critical item to be included in all emergency kits to protect you when administering emergency first aid to bleeding victims for protection from HIV and other diseases.

SEARCH & RESCUE

(1) Pair of Vinyl Gloves

SKU: 8M-55
Brand: n/a
Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Needs Supplied: search and rescue
Dimensions: 9" x 5" x 0.1"
Disaster Usage: earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados, tsunamis, winter storms, terrorist attacks, floods, fires, roadside accidents and emergencies, protection when administering emergency first aid to bleeding victims (for protection from AIDS, etc.)
Features and Functions: 5 mil vinyl
single use only
ambidextrous
powdered
industrial grade
Instructions: Disposable Glove Removal
Pinch the palm side of one glove near your wrist. Carefully pull the glove off
so that it is inside out.
Hold the glove in the palm of your gloved hand. Slip two fingers under the
glove at the wrist of the remaining gloved hand.
Pull the glove until it comes off, inside out. The first glove should end up
inside the glove you just removed.
Dispose of gloves in a proper biohazard container.
Wash hands thoroughly.