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Did you know, F.A.S.T. manufactures four different types of Level 3 Isolation Gowns for all industries throughout Canada?

Gowns Isolation Gown Personal Emergency Preparedness

Did you know,  F.A.S.T. manufactures four different types of Level 3 Isolation Gowns for all industries throughout Canada?

Our feature for this week is the over-the-head, half-back tear-away protective gown. It features coverage on the front and sides (critical zone area) and provides protection from high fluid levels and blood borne pathogens. FUN FACT: The polypropylene material used in the manufacture of the F.A.S.T. Isolation Gown is designed to create bio-gas that can be captured by modern landfills and used for energy to offset fossil fuels. Every pound of discarded material could power a small electric vehicle for 8 miles. If you are looking for our testing and technical specifications, please contact sales at 604-940-3222 (Toll Free 1-888-710-3278). Made...

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#bcflood #flood2018

Personal Emergency Preparedness

We're all seeing the hashtags on social media right now.  British Columbia is flooding.  New Brunswick did experience a catastrophic flood already this year and is now in the process of recovering.  Alberta is preparing for possible flooding.  Forest fires are already starting.  There's an active volcano erupting on the Big Island of Hawai'i.  The climate is changing.  Weather patterns are unpredictable.  What you can predict is the need to be prepared.  You can't rely on the government or the military.  Friends, family and neighbours rely on each other. News1130 recently interviewed F.A.S.T.'s general manager.  Check out the article here www.news1130.com/2018/05/13/time-build-emergency-kit-bc-deals-floods-fires/. ...

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Fort McMurray Fire and Evacuation - Lessons Learned

Personal Emergency Preparedness

Fort McMurray Fire and Evacuation - Lessons Learned

The Fort McMurray fire and evacuation reminds us all to be prepared for any type of emergency.  You may need to leave your home with only seconds to spare. Make the time now to talk with your family about an emergency plan, how you will communicate with each other and where you will try and meet up.  Make sure you have an emergency kit which includes rescue items, first aid and portable food and water rations for at least 72 hours.  Keep a list of important documents and the items you want to take with you if you need to evacuate quickly....

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