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What Goes in the Commercial First Aid Kit?

5/7/2019 (Permalink)

Storm Damage What Goes in the Commercial First Aid Kit? Kit supplies you should have in your first aid kit for your commercial building

What Should You Have In The First Aid Kit For Your Commercial Building?

The following list of supplies is the minimum required by Occupational Safety and Health Standards.

  1. Gauze pads that measure at least 4 x 4 inches and two large gauze pads that are at least 8 x 10 inches. One packed gauze roller bandage that is at least two inches wide.
  2. A box of adhesive bandages is required for small scrapes and punctures.
  3. Two triangular bandages, sometimes known as cravat bandages, are used with safety pins to function as a sling or as head wraps.
  4. Your first aid kit should include a splint that's appropriate for securing broken bones. Include padding to keep the injury stable.
  5. Adhesive tape, scissors, and two elastic wraps provide an additional layer of security for treating wounds.
  6. Put at least one blanket in your emergency kit.
  7.  Agents for cleaning wounds, such as packaged moistened towelettes, are crucial for keeping wounds and injuries from developing infections.
  8. Latex gloves, pocket masks, and tweezers are used to prevent contamination when injuries are treated.
  9. Include resuscitation equipment such as resuscitation bags and airway masks.
  10. Provide directions for obtaining emergency assistance. You may want to laminate this page, so it isn't affected by moisture.

If you have a large property or multiple business sites, provide enough kits to cover the area. OSHA recommends that each emergency kit is outfitted for about two to three employees.

Beyond the Basics

Each area of the country is affected by different risks. Flooding may be a major concern for one community while violent crime is a top priority for other areas. Work closely with Stillwater, OK, storm cleanup and remediation professionals to determine additional items to include in your kit.

Just for Emergencies

Hopefully, neither you nor your employees should ever have to use a first aid kit while on your commercial properties. However, if an emergency or injury were to call for those supplies, you'll be glad to have the items on hand.

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