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HSA Standard First Aid Kit

Overview
  • The HSA standard first aid kit is supplied in green polyproplene case
  • The 26 - 50 person with Eye Wash and Burns is supplied in a First Aid Cabinet.
  • Options available (eyewash and burns kits - optional):
  • - HSA First Aid Kit (1 - 10 Person)
  • - HSA First Aid Kit (11 - 25 Person)
  • - HSA First Aid Kit (26 - 50 Person)
  • - HSA Travel First Aid Kit
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Contents

1 -10 Person

11 - 25 Person

26 - 50 Persons

Travel Kit

 Assorted Adhesive Plasters 20 20 40 20
 Triangular Bandages 2 6 6 2
 No 8 Dressing 2 2 4 1
 No 9 Dressing 2 6 8 1
 No 3 Dressing - Extra Large 2 3 4 1
 Eye Pad Dressing 2 2 4 2
 Disinfectant Cleansing Wipes 10 20 40 10
 Crepe Bandage 7cm 1 2 3 1
 Safety Pins 6 6 6 6
 Pocket Face Mask 1 1 1 1
 Paramedic Shears 1 1 1 1
 Gloves - Pair 5 10 10 3

Kits with Eye Wash and Burns Include:

 Sterile Water 250ml 250ml 250ml 2 x 20mls
 Small Burn Dressing (10 x 10cm)  1 1 1 1
 Large Burn Dressing  1 1 1 1


Notes

*1: Where more than 50 persons are employed, pro rata provision should be made.
*2: Where mains tap water is not readily available for eye irrigation, sterile water or sterile normal saline (0.9%) in sealed disposable containers should be provided. Each container should hold at least 20ml and should be discarded once the seal is broken. Eye bath/eye cups/refillable containers should not be used for eye irrigation due to risk of cross infection. The container should be CE marked.
*3: Where mains tap water is not readily available for cooling burnt area. The above Table provides a general guide on the recommended contents of occupational first-aid boxes and kits based on numbers employed. Quantities indicated are minimum numbers and can be increased. Occasionally the quantities indicated will be insufficient and the actual amounts required should be based on a risk assessment. An example is that drivers of dangerous goods vehicles would require a quantity of 2x 500mls of sterile water for eye irrigation in their travel kits due to the risk of contact with hazardous chemicals.

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SKUFAKW-CONFIG
ManufacturerNo
Medicinal ProductNo
Associated ProductsQF1650 / QF1625 / QF1625W/E&B / QF1600 / QF1610 /
QF1610W/E&B / FAKW50E/3500