We offer a wide range of services tailor-made to lighten the load of Medical Professionals.
These services include:
Maintenance of Mobile Clinics / Parkhomes
We do regular maintenance on Parkhomes / Clinics erected. This is done for a period of 3 to 5 years after clinics have been erected by us depending on contract.
We are also involved in transporting ready meals to under privileged communities and mines using these products manufactured by us. This happens only once a quarter due to shelf-life of these products. We also transport pharmaceutical products and have partnered with a courier service who also supplies warehousing.
Fire and Safety
We supply fire and safety equipment. These products, like fire extinguishers are also being serviced and replaced once they become non operational. Industrial fire and safety equipment are also supplied and serviced.
TAMS provides innovative, reliable fire protection products and services to our customers to protect their property and businesses. Our history is built on deep commitment and meaningful relationships with long-term customers and we are driven to exceptional service, responsiveness and attention to detail to meet your unique fire safety needs.
We specialise in the installation, repairs and maintenance of all handheld fire equipment including fire extinguishers, hose reels, fire hydrants and signage.
Whether you’re looking to buy new fire extinguishers, service the ones you currently have or just looking for help or advice, we believe that we can deliver the service you deserve.
We have partnered with a leading Medical Waste company to manage and supply all kinds of medical waste and medical waste management programmes. This includes medical waste disposal services.
Safe Disposal of Needles and Other “Sharps”. Getting the Point of Safety. These days, more and more medical care is taking place in the home, outside of the hospital. As a result, people are often left wondering what to do with the waste it creates The improper disposal of unused medications by flushing them or pouring them down the drain may be harmful to fish, wildlife and their habitats.