Nurses and other healthcare workers face daily risks in their work, often in fast-paced, high pressure situations where sharps injuries are of particular concern. We worked together with healthcare workers just like you to produce a range of purpose-made, cost-effective safety devices to use in both sterile and non-sterile fields. They are designed to protect you when carrying out your routine tasks that could turn into injuries. Qlicksmart’s safety-engineered devices are widely accepted by healthcare professionals as the preferred option for ensuring personal safety.
Researchers and students are at risks of sharps injuries while performing dissections, and opening glass ampoules for various studies and educational projects. Developing a culture for safety among students, especially those with limited experience, is an important responsibility of a university. It gives them the confidence to manage dangerous situations that could otherwise result in serious injury, or the contraction of a blood borne disease. Use Qlicksmart’s scalpel blade removers and SnapIT ampoule openers to develop their understanding of the need for personal safety now and in their future careers.
Lab professionals play a pivotal role in healthcare, often performing micro-dissection of specimens and opening hundreds of glass ampoules for different research and laboratory processes. Removal of contaminated blades poses a serious risk but thanks to Qlicksmart’s safety devices, blades can be removed safely and single-handedly, reducing the risk of dangerous cuts. What’s more, Qlicksmart’s SnapIT ampoule openers provide a simple, safe, and quick way of opening glass ampoules; shielding them from unnecessary occupational injuries.
Mortuary work can be extremely demanding and often requires complex dissection with scalpel blades. The “old way” of removing used blades was at times a hit and miss affair where blades could flick off the handle. Cases of HIV, Hep B and C infections have been reported in this field. Use the Qlicksmart’s “new way” of removing blades single-handedly to limit risk and injury, and improve staff safety in the workplace.
Dentists, hygienists, and dental nurses play a significant role in healthcare and often work with patients who have had no pre-procedural screening or testing. They often open glass ampoules for injections with their bare hands, or remove the scalpel blades with forceps or fingers, which increase the risk of sharps injury significantly. Eliminating or reducing the risk of a sharps injury can be achieved using Qlicksmart’s safety-engineered devices. Our single-handed scalpel blade removal devices are recognised in dental settings around the world and have removed more than 70 million blades successfully. Qlicksmart’s SnapIT ampoule openers can protect you from cutting yourselves when opening glass ampoules.
Veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses are trained to deal with unpredictable situations every day when dealing with our furry friends. Veterinarians are often required to open glass ampoules to extract drug solutions for injections into the animals, and use scalpel blades to perform procedures or surgery on animals. Sharps injuries are common but many can be avoided by using the proper safety-engineered devices. Qlicksmart’s single-handed blade removers, and SnapIT ampoule openers, can protect you from preventable occupational injury.
Podiatrists are the most frequent users of scalpels blades in the medical profession. Unfortunately many blades are removed with fingers or a surgical instrument. This puts podiatrists at a high risk of cutting themselves and contracting blood borne infections or cutting a digital artery, nerve or tendon. By using Qlicksmart’s BladeFLASK, the world’s first single-handed, cost-effective blade remover, you can minimise the risk of dangerous cuts and improve safety levels for you and your staff.
Opening glass ampoules is routine work for many pharmacists. However, this routine can result in unexpected cuts which are painful and distressing, and severed tendons have been reported. These cuts can become a portal of entry for infection. This can cause pharmacists to experience serious bouts of apprehension when opening ampoules. Use the award-winning SnapIT ampoule openers for a simple, safe, cost-effective solution to open glass ampoules.
When time is of the essence, fast, proven safety-engineered devices can make a positive difference to front line responders. Use Qlicksmart’s CheckCLIP to reduce your risk of medication error. This potentially life-saving device allows clinicians to draw up the drug with both the syringe and ampoule remaining in their hands at all times, significantly reducing the risk of incorrect drug administration. Use Qlicksmart’s SnapIT ampoule opener to protect yourself from cuts when opening glass ampoule. Qlicksmart products protects both you and your patients.
Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and R&D personnel are often required to open hundreds, if not thousands of glass ampoules during clinical and research activities. Even patients are sometimes required to open glass ampoules for injections or topical applications. A pharmaceutical company like yours would have no better way of showing your sincerity to protect your customers by giving them a safer way of opening glass ampoules. Not only does this build a better relationship with your customers, it also shields them from unnecessary injuries and stress. Qlicksmart’s SnapIT ampoule openers provide an easy method to open glass ampoules. SnapIT Ampoule Openers can also be easily custom-made for your promotional activities and to display your company branding.
Most dermatologists and cosmetologists prefer the balance and tactile feedback that a traditional steel scalpel handle gives them when performing surgical procedures. However, removing contaminated blades “the old way” was risky with potentially dangerous consequences such as cuts infections, blood-borne diseases, and psychological distress. Other serious injuries could require microsurgery to repair digital arteries, nerves and tendons. Qlicksmart’s purpose-designed blade removers have removed more than 70 millions blades worldwide, preventing hundreds of thousands of injuries and improving workplace safety.
Cosmetologists are often required to open glass ampoules for hairstyling, makeup application, skin care, manicure and pedicure procedures, and cosmetic processes. However, opening glass ampoules with the bare hands can result in unexpected cuts that are painful and distressing, and these cuts can become a portal of entry for infection. Use Qlicksmart’s SnapIT ampoule openers to protect yourselves from ampoule cuts. Furthermore, SnapIT ampoule openers are also great as promotional gifts to give away to your clientele to protect them from similar glass ampoule cuts.
The use of scalpel blades in non-healthcare settings such as fabrication, trimming, and finishing is common. For employees removing a used blade from its handle with improper equipment or with fingers can be dangerous. Qlicksmart’s single-handed blade removal devices can protect you from potential serious damage to digital nerves, arteries or tendons which could require surgery followed by lengthy and costly rehabilitation. Use Qlicksmart’s BladeFLASK and comply with workplace safety standards and legislation.