The Traffic Safety Store Cone Bar

 

 
 
 

Fran Hildwine, BS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P | | Tuesday, March 10, 2009


The need to delineate the scene, hot zones and treatment areas has led to many innovations. Cones can be bulky and expensive. Scene tape is a quick solution, but itÌs easily cut. And tarps are a fixed size. TheCone Bar fromThe Traffic Safety Store is a sturdy but inexpensive way to mark your scenes for crowd control, patient distribution or traffic flow. It has hoops on either end that allow it to be quickly placed on top of almost any traffic safety cone. The rigid bar adjusts from 4' to 7' or 6' to 10', depending on the model. A variety ofreflective color combinations make the bar customizable for your operation.

VITALS

Sizes: Standard & WorkZone

Length: Standard 4'Ò7',

WorkZone 6'Ò10'

Color combinations: 4

Cost: $15.25Ò$31.95 each

(depending on quantity)

800/429-9030

www.trafficsafetystore.com




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