ReadySafe® Decontamination Wipes
ReadySafe® Decontamination Wipes work immediately to kill and remove carcinogens, bacteria and hydrocarbons. You can use these Canadian-made wipes to clean your skin, personal protective clothing, equipment and even workspaces and vehicle cabs. Great for use on breaks, before lunch and at the end of your shift.
ReadySafe® Decontamination Wipes work great in:
Levitt-Safety and All Clean Natural
have partnered to bring you ReadySafe® Decontamination Wipes
- 75 wipes per container
- 100% biodegradable
All Clean has a Canadian Cosmetic License so they can say with confidence that these wipes help to safely remove carcinogenic debris. It’s the only decontamination wipe in Canada that has this registry.
It is Cancer Awareness Month
Firefighter occupational cancer is the leading cause of line-of-duty deaths in the fire service.
The International Association of Firefighters, in partnership with the Firefighter Cancer Support Network (FCSN), has designated January as Firefighter Cancer Awareness Month to provide firefighters the necessary tools and guidance to develop life-saving protocols for cancer prevention and to support those with a cancer diagnosis within their departments.
Bringing increased public awareness to occupational cancer in the fire service will help generate greater legislative support for states and provinces to establish presumptive disabilities for all cancers affecting firefighters.
Specifically designed to not open skin pores during use.
Designed for strength and tear resistance to hold up to the needs of firefighters.
Good for use on:
✓ Jaw and neck
✓ Face, head, ears and nose
✓ Wrists and forearms
✓ Hands and in between fingers
✓ Underarms and groin
ReadySafe® Decontamination Wipes are highlighted in our
The Ultimate Guide to Fire Services
ABOUT THIS GUIDE:
This guide highlights the products and
services we carry at Levitt-Safety for
fire services, whether in the space of
community, industrial or wildland fire
department. Our goal is to reduce worker
injuries and fatalities, and one of the main
ways we do that is through education.