Emergency: Be immune to abrasion and fading

LNI knows that Australian emergency services work around the clock to ensure the welfare of all Australians. Badging, metal nameplates and labels for firefighters, police, paramedics and hospital emergency departments necessitate a demanding level of communication, maintenance and cleaning in order to meet performance, health and safety standards.

In 2018, an average of about 22,000 people present to Australian public hospital emergency departments and 381,000 visit a general practitioner per day. Overall, 71% of emergency department visits were completed then cleaned within four hours and 90% of emergency department visits were completed then cleaned within seven hours.

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Within this time frame each piece of equipment will be handled and therefore soiled, each hospital bed will be knocked in hallways, all will be scrubbed and cleaned, at the same time with the expectation that the labels will stay visible and complete.

The clear issue is that low quality nameplates fade, badges will scratch, and labelling can peel off which may heavily affect the day to day running of a department. As regular servicing and inspections are required to maintain safety and quality of equipment, it is vital that maintenance information be clearly visible to ensure medical staff can do their job correctly.

Making sure your branding and information stands out is important to make these jobs easier wherever possible. This includes 3D badges on medical equipment, serial nameplates on machines, inspection labels on cabinets, beds and side tables, along with graphic panels on electronic devices. Let's also not forget the important information needed on labels and metal nameplates in emergency vehicles like ambulances, police cars and fire trucks.

There is an underrated level of importance that comes with quality metal nameplates, badges and labels for use in emergency situations. LNI’s solutions can be engineered to be:

  • Resistant to liquids such as cleaners, chemicals and solvents.
  • Abrasion and fade resistant.
  • Resistant to hazardous materials.
  • Easy to apply and clean.
  • High performance and long lasting.
  • Written on with a pen.
  • Applied to most surfaces.


If you are after a badge, metal nameplate, label, graphic panel or membrane switch that will give your brand a lasting impression, then please contact us.

All LNI’s metal nameplates, badges and labels are designed and manufactured in-house and are quality tested for consistency and durability to avoid unwanted fading or failure. We can solve any labelling problem you may be experiencing. Request a Quote or Request a Sample.

References
NSW ED April – June stats - Bureau of health information https://bhi.nsw.gov.au/BHI_reports/healthcare_quarterly/Apr-Jun2019 
Cleaning Standards for Victorian Health Facilities 2011 – Victorian Department of Health
Emergency Department Care 2017–18 Australian hospital statistics – Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 2019 report.


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