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First Aid Kits and Signs

The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 state that all employers should carry out an assessment of their first aid requirements. Although there is no requirement for this assessment to be formal, it may be useful for results to be recorded as employers may have to provide justification as to their level of first aid provision. The amount of first aid provision an employer should stock is dependant upon the individual characteristics of their workplace. The level of provision should be in proportion to the amount of facilities, equipment and personnel for which it is intended to cover.

Small First Aid Kit

Small First Aid Kit

Medium First Aid Kit

Medium First Aid Kit

Large First Aid Kit

Large First Aid Kit

Eyewash station

Eyewash station consisting of green plastic base and clear cover and contains 2 x 500ml eye wash and two eye pads.

RLA EYEWASH

Large First Aid Sign

Green and white first aid sign to be situated at the designated first aid point and is self adhesive to allow easy application to the majority of surfaces. 25cm x 30cm

RLK FAIDSIGN

Large First Aid Direction Sign

Self adhesive sign with blank spaces to fill in details of where first aid kits and first aid personnel are located. Measures: 25cm x 30cm,

RLK FAIDSIGN2

Burns Gel Sachets

Replacement item for burns kit - box of 20

  • Each sachet contains 3.5ml of cooling gel
  • Eases pain and halts burn progression
  • Ideal for minor burns

Small Burns Kit

Smal Burns kit for van / workplace contains:

1 x Burnshield® Burn Blott 3.5ml
1 x Burnshield® dressings 10 x 10cm
1 x Burnshield® digit dressing
1 x Conforming bandages 7.5cm x 4m
1 x Hydrogel treatment 50ml
1 x Pair of nitrile gloves
1 x Assorted washproof plasters (pk 10)

Burns Emergency Kit

  • 4 X 10cm by 10cm dressings, 12 gel sachets, 1 gel bottle, 2 gauze rolls.
  • Complete kits for the treatment of burns from Burn Free
  • Essential for any workplace where there is a risk of burn injuries
  • Designed for easy use in an emergency

HSE poster from 2009 onwards

Semi-rigid PVC poster of the paper encapsulated version. Biodegradable with hologram for genuine version. HSE 2009+ document tells workers what they and their employers need to do in simple terms, using numbered lists of basic points. All employers are required by law to either display the HSE-approved poster or to provide workers with the equivalent ‘leaflet’.