In an emergency our NEW British Standard – Workplace First Aid Kits make finding products quick and easy. The very latest BS8599-1 first aid kits are designed to be user friendly in an emergency.
The workplace first aid kit compliant with British Standards – available in 3 sizes dependant on size of workforce and degree of hazard
Contents are neatly contained in compartments
Items quick and easy to locate
Content diagram on inside lid shows quantity and location of products
Supplied with industrial strength wall bracket
Small and Medium Box: 28cm x 10cm x 29cm
Large Box: 34cm x 10cm x 23cm
As injuries at work can be life threatening you should be able to reach a kit within 60 seconds. If your staff are split over more than one floor, you must have at least one kit per floor. First aid kits should be positioned where people see them every day, so that in the event of an emergency, people will remember where to find them. First aid kits save lives and are required by law! In the event of sudden injury, failure to provide sufficient first aid could have extremely serious consequences. Employers and managers should therefore ensure that an employee who is injured or taken ill at work receives immediate attention.
Choosing the right first aid kit is now as easy as 1, 2, 3. See the selection chart below for guidance. Decide if your work environment is: 1. LOW HAZARD or HIGH HAZARD. 2. How many employees there are in your workplace. 3. Which of the three sizes of kit you will need, e.g. small, medium or large.
The Premier kit is made from translucent durable plastic. Each product is packed in specific compartments so that the product you need is instantly visible. To maintain this design advantage, once the contents are used, the product placement diagram in the lid shows where to put your replacement items, making the kit ready for the next emergency. We’ve included a burn dressing which ensures you can treat a skin burn, reduce the pain without the need to keep the burn under running water.
The ideal store able first aid kit for taxis and public service vehicles - Putting your passengers safety first!If you own or are driving a taxi or public service vehicle, it is your duty to have a first aid kit on board should an individual be hurt and need assistance.Not only could this kit be crucial in the event of a road accident, but you will also be covered for other daily mishaps and incidents.
The contents of this kit have been carefully selected to enable the user to deal with a wide variety of accidents whilst off site.Perfectly designed for lone workers, off-site employees or outdoor activities and travel
Do you have a first aid kit in your car? Carrying a kit could enable you to save a lifeNot only can it prove crucial in the event of a road crash, but also in serious mishaps such as cuts, scrapes and burns. That's why the BSi published BS8599-2:2014 - the new national standard for first aid provision within motor vehicles.