ONSITE FIRST AID KIT RESTOCKING

We offer a no fee service where we come to you onsite and check your first aid kit supplies to ensure you have all that you need according to the Department of Labour, Health and Safety guidelines.  We only charge for what we supply, and are happy to go to each of your sites.

We can remove all damaged, soiled or expired stock from site, and replace with new stock and ensure you have all you need in case of an emergency or slight misshap.  This can be a huge relief for nominated Health and Safety Officers within the workplace, as we are well aware of the requirements,  we deal with them often and can complete this duty quickly and efficiently.

Our visits can be as little or as often as your company wishes, with the most common visit times being either 3, 6 or 12 monthly intervals depending on the industry and amount of staff.

Suggested minimum contents for a workplace first aid kit

Here is a list of recommended contents for first aid kits for workplaces with no

  • A manual giving general guidance on first aid
  • Individually wrapped moist wipes or saline solution
  • 20 individually wrapped sterile adhesive dressings (assorted sizes), appropriate to the type of work (dressings may be of a detectable type for food handlers)
  • Two sterile eye pads
  • Two individually wrapped triangular bandages (sterile)
  • Clasps or safety pins to tie bandages
  • Two stretch bandages
  • Six medium sized, individually wrapped unmedicated wound dressing – approximately 12cm x 12 cm
  • Two large sterile individually wrapped unmedicated wound dressings – approximately 18cm x 18cm
  • Two pairs of disposable gloves
  • One resuscitation mask.

This is a suggested contents list only, you may want to use equivalent but different items.

When you do your Needs Assessment you may identify a need for additional
items. This could include, for example:

  • Scissors
  • Adhesive strips or band-aids for minor wound dressing
  • Non-allergic adhesive tape
  • Sisposable aprons
  • Forceps or tweezers to remove foreign bodies
  • Individually wrapped moist wipes or saline solution
  • Plastic bags for waste disposal
  • Hand sanitiser.

Ideally, these items are stored inside the first aid kit. But if necessary they may be stored separately as long as they are available for use as required.

Contact us now for an onsite appointment.
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