Bandit Signs And Midcomp Supply Free Graphics To Medical Workers During Lockdown


Bandit Signs and Midcomp recently offered graphics for doctors and nurses in South Africa in order for them to be recognised when travelling to hospitals and clinics.

One set comprised two decals for the doors (300 x 300mm) and one for the windscreen (150 x 150mm). Some 900 sets of graphics for doctors, nurses, paramedics, researchers, healthcare workers, medics and even midwives were given away.

‘A doctor friend of mine who works at Baragwanath Hospital asked me to make him a set of graphics for his car and bike,’ said Bandit Signs managing director Darryl Curtis. ‘He asked how much it would cost. It just didn’t feel right asking him to pay so I offered free graphics for all doctors – little did I know the overwhelming response I would get.

‘I phoned my supplier Midcomp for some Drytac White gloss removable vinyl and they came to the party. Together we helped our selfless doctors and nurses in a small but meaningful way. Hopefully the graphics will make their journey to hospitals and clinics just a little easier. Our graphics were shipped all over, including: Baragwanath, Khayelitsha, Helen Joseph, Charlotte Maxeke, Fourways Life, Netcare, Halo Aviation, Donald Gordon, Morningside Clinic, Tara and Life Bayview, to name just a few.’

Bandit Signs also created some practical social distancing markers for keeping people safe, as well as the doors of businesses open. They are removable and repositionable graphics that can be placed just about anywhere, without damaging surfaces. The large is 420mm and small is 170mm. They can be placed on the floor, or alternatively placed on the wall and labelled to denote hand sanitising stations.

Midcomp is currently operational to assist all its essential service providers during this difficult time.

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