First Aid Kits for the Workplace, Office, or Home.
Buy first aid kits to help your workforce should an accident occur. Every Workplace should have at least one first aid kit and staff should be aware of its location.
Our 1 – 25 person first aid kit is perfect for small offices, shops and the home where there are only a few people present and the risk of an accident is relatively low. This is one of our best selling first aid kits as it complies with HSE rules and regulations and the contents are all you would possibly need for minor injuries. It comes in a rigid plastic green case and contains a number of dressings, bandages, safety pins, plasters, cleaning wipes, gloves, eyepads, and a guidance leaflet.
Our 1 – 50 person first aid kits are ideal for premises where more than 20 people are employed and there is a higher risk such as building sites, chemical plants, engineering workshops, farms and factories. It comes in a rigid plastic green case and contains a large number of dressings, bandages, plasters, cleaning wipes, gloves, eyepads, and a guidance leaflet.
Our 1 - 100 person first aid kits contain all the essentials for medium sized low risk environments as recommended by the HSE. These first aid kits comes in a rigid plastic green case and contain a larger number of dressings, bandages, safety pins, plasters, cleaning wipes, gloves, eyepads, and a guidance leaflet for use.
The following advice should be taken when treating minor accidents requiring first aid. Firstly, make sure your surroundings are safe without putting you or the casualty at risk, assess the casualty and decide if they need medical attention. If you are in doubt call for help. Reassure the injured person. Make the injured person comfortable, however do not move them if you suspect the have a neck or back injury or a fracture. To prevent the infection of wounds always clean your hands thoroughly and where possible wear disposable gloves. Clean wounds thoroughly before dressing them. Foreign materials should be washed away-never attempt to remove embedded material. Always apply a dressing or plaster that is suitable to the size of the wound. And finally don’t forget to replenish any items you use from your first aid kit so the kit can be used again. Keep a log of all first aid incidences.