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QureMed is an expert at supplying to the marine & shipping industry.

QureMed focuses on meeting the medical requirements of the marine industry including patrol and rescue operations, shipping, fishing & aquaculture, tourism and recreational boating and diving. Our team are able to restock your marine medical kits including consumables, rescue equipment and pharmaceuticals (in accordance with government regulations). 

With our proven experience and track record for supplying on time, along with our sophisticated logistics centre we ensure our clients vessels are prepared for operation.

The Health Departments in each State and Territory provide advice on the process for commercial vessel Masters and Chief Officers to obtain restricted drugs for the purpose of restocking first aid kits and medical cabinets. Please contact the Department of Health in your respective state to confirm their particular requirements.

Download and view our ORDER FORMS for Marine first aid kits, DMAC scale kits, PAX Resus Kits, as well as viewing Marine first aid kit requirements. 

Have questions? Get in touch with our QureMed team by filling out the form at the bottom of the page. 

  • MARINE SCALE A KIT ORDER FORM

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  • MARINE SCALE B KIT ORDER FORM

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  • MARINE SCALE C KIT ORDER FORM

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  • MARINE MEDICINES SCALE D KIT ORDER FORM

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  • MARINE MEDICINES SCALE E KIT ORDER FORM

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  • MARINE MEDICINES SCALE F KIT ORDER FORM

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  • MARINE MEDICINES SCALE G KIT ORDER FORM

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  • MARINE MEDICINES ORDER FORM - BLANK

  • DMAC MANIFEST - BLANK

  • MARINE OXY RESUS (PAX) ORDER FORM

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  • MARINE OXY RESUS (PAX) MANIFEST

  • AMSA Medical Carriage Requirements

    Under maritime regulations, marine vessels must carry certain quantities of scheduled medicines to ensure that medical treatment is available should unexpected medical problems or emergencies occur. 

  • SCALE D Marine Medical Cabinet Requirements

    The medical equipment and supplies in the Scale D Medicine Cabinet are suitable for single incident events involving 1 or 2 persons and are based on the assumption that medical assistance can be obtained within 12 hours. If a vessel will be greater than 12 hours from help, and/or there will be more than 10 people on board, a more comprehensive Medicine Cabinet should be considered.

  • SCALE E Marine Medical Cabinet Requirements

    The medical equipment and supplies in the Scale E Medicine Cabinet are suitable for single incident events involving 1 or 2 persons and are based on the assumption that medical assistance can be obtained within 12 hours. If a vessel will be greater than 12 hours from help, and/or there will be more than 10 people on board, a more comprehensive Medicine Cabinet should be considered. The pharmacists at Vessel Medic can provide guidance on this.

  • SCALE F Marine First Aid Kit Requirements

    The medical equipment and supplies in the Scale F First Aid Kit are suitable for single incident events involving 1 or 2 persons and are based on the assumption that medical assistance can be obtained within 6 hours. If a vessel will be greater than 6 hours from help, and/or there will be more than 10 people on board, a more comprehensive First Aid Kit should be considered. The pharmacists at Vessel Medic can provide guidance on this.In accordance with AMSA regulations this First Aid Kit must be checked (and recorded) every 3 months.

  • SCALE G Marine First Aid Kit Requirements

    The medical equipment and supplies in the Scale G First Aid Kit are suitable for single incident events involving 1 or 2 persons and are based on the assumption that medical assistance can be obtained within 2 hours.  If a vessel will be greater than 2 hours from help, and/or there will be more than 10 people on board, a more comprehensive First Aid Kit should be considered. The pharmacists at Vessel Medic can provide guidance on this. In accordance with AMSA regulations this First Aid Kit must be checked (and recorded) every 3 months.