No; they would warrant a tick in many of the boxes:-
[ ] Rough handling
[ ] Lack of "ownership"
[ ] Heavy usage
[ ] Indeterminate patient environment
[ ] On Safety Committee list*
- and so would probably end up in the "High Priority" bracket.
Anyway, doesn't the Library regime
require that the kit always gets checked when it's returned? And if not, why not?
But you're right about the labelling, though. No need.