|Model||External Dimensions||Internal Dimensions||Volume||Weight||Price|
|470||695 x 470 x 480mm (HxWxD)||675 x 450 x 470mm (HxWxD)||142L||95kg||€1,435.00|
|450||860 x 450 x 335mm (HxWxD)||840 x 430 x 315mm (HxWxD)||113L||90kg||€1,230.00|
|350||500 x 350 x 300mm (HxWxD)||480 x 330 x 280mm (HxWxD)||44L||45kg||€905.00|
The HDC range of drugs storage cabinets is designed specially for the needs of the busy hospital, clinic, pharmacy or nursing home.
Independently tested, it conforms to the British Standard BS2881:1989. It has been confirmed to meet all the specifications required in the Irish Standard IS 267 as required under the Regulation of Retail Pharmacy Business Regulations 2008.
List of Features Conforming to Specific Requirements of Irish Standard (IS) 267 1985 :
- All locks have a greater number of levers than those specified in the Standard
- All locks have a greater number of differs than those specified in the Standard
- All locks have dead bolts in excess of the dimensions specified in the Standard
- Steel plate arc welded along all joints, well in excess of the 16 gauge specified
- 3 external hinges in excess of specification with hardened steel hinge pins
- Dogging plate to rear of doors as per specification
- Rebated doors in excess of specification
- Multi point locking in excess of specification
- Clearance between the door and the jam is no more than 3mm
- Internal anchor plates are not required due to thickness of steel plate used
- Nothing is displayed outside the cabinet to indicate that drugs are kept in it.
- Door in the cabinet is be fitted with at least two hinges.
- Means of securing doors is be fitted internally.
Please note that while the HDC range conforms to IS 267, it has not been certified. No drugs cabinet has been certified to this standard due to the high costs of certification
For this reason, it is necessary to have the cabinet certified by a member of An Garda Siochana. Showing the certifying Garda the list of conforming features above may speed up the certifying process.
The following information from the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland may assist you in obtaining certification for this cabinet:
Regulation 6(2)(b) of the Misuse of Drugs (Safe Custody) Regulations 1982, as amended, provides that a member of an Garda Siochana (not below the rank of Superintendent) may on receipt of an application in writing inspect or cause to be inspected, any safe or cabinet in which controlled drugs are kept. The member of an Garda Siochana (not below the rank of Superintendent) should certify that the safe or cabinet provides a degree of security which, in his opinion, in all the circumstances of the case is at least equivalent to the requirements set out in the schedule attached. A certificate is then issued which will remain in force for a period of two years.
- Contact a member of an Garda Siochana to assess the safe installed at your premises. Following the assessment, if the member of an Garda Siochana is satisfied that the safe meets the relevant requirements, a certificate of compliance will be issued.
- The certificate should quote the relevant Regulation – Regulation 6(2)(b) of the Misuse of Drugs (Safe Custody Regulations)1982, as amended i.e. It should indicate that the member of an Garda Siochana is satisfied that the safe provides a degree of security which in all circumstances of the case, is at least equivalent to that which would be provided by a safe or cabinet which complies with the requirements set out in the Schedule to the Misuse of Drugs (Safe Custody) Regulations 1982, as amended.
- The certificate must be signed by a member of an Garda Siochana not below the rank of Superintendent.
- Every certificate issued shall specify any conditions which the member of an Garda Siochana considers necessary to ensure that each safe or cabinet will provide an adequate degree of security.
- Note: If you intend to obtain Garda Certification please remember that this may take some time
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