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Choosing your First Aid Kit

When choosing your first aid kit it is important to identify what, where and why it will potentially be utilised therefore ensuring the correct First aid kit is chosen, the below table will assit you in selecting the correct First aid kit for your requirements.

There are legislative requirements around the provision of First aid kits in the work place together with specific legislative requirements in the Occupational Health and safety Act.

Type Description
Regulation 3 in a metal box Offices, light industrial, canteens, Pre-Schools, low traffic Retail stores
Regulation 3 in grab bag Offices, light commercial vehicles, personal motor vehicles, homes
Regulation 7 in metal box Industrial areas, warehouses, production areas, restaurants, factories
Regulation 7 in grab bag Heavy commercial vehicles, school sports fields, production areas, creches, schools, busses, public transport and people carriers, gyms, yoga studio's and other.
Intermediate and Basic Life Support Kits Used for Level 3 and Level 5 First aid trained personell, Paramedics in training and sundry
Burn Kit High temparature areas, kitchens, schools, creches
Industrial Regulation Kit Construction sites, off site work area's, heavy industrial and manufacturing
Sports and outdoor kit Schools sports fields, camping and excursions
Mining First aid kits Open or Underground Mining first aid kits in Black Metal Boxes and Carry Heavy PVC Bags
Refills for all kits Replaceable refills for all kits, we only see kit replacements and do not supply individial items, please note it is important to ensure all kits are replaced on use or every 18 - 24 months due to product expiry.
Specialised Automotive Bag and Home Bag Bags supplied with a Fire Extinguisher, Emergency Bib, 2 x Burn eaze sachets, Emergency triangle, Regulation 3 content for private car, caravan, outdoor vehicle and home use.

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