First Aid Restocking KIT

$77.00

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Description

SAVE when you buy a complete Restocking KIT for your First Aid KIT. Everything you need to restock your Workplace or Home First Aid KIT.

Restocking items includes:
Combine Dressing Sterile 20cm x 10cm (1),
Conforming Bandage 5cm x 1.8m (3),
Conforming Bandage 7.5cm x 1.8m (3),
Cotton Gauze Swabs (5 packs of 3),
Foil Emergency Blanket (1),
Eye Pads (4),
First Aid in Brief Booklet (1),
Hydrogel 3.5g Sachet (5),
Hypo Allergenic Tape (1),
Instant Ice Pack (1),
Nitrile Gloves (5 pairs),
Non Adherent Wound Pad 5cm x 5cm (6),
Non Adherent Wound Pad 7.5cm x 10cm (3),
Non Adherent Wound Pad 10cm x 10cm (1),
Plastic Bags (3),
CREPE Bandage 10cm x 1.8m (2),
CPR Kit (1),
Safety Pins (1 pack of 6),
Saline (8),
Skin Antiseptic Wipes (10),
Splinter Probes (2 packs of 5),
Triangular Bandage (2),
Wound Closure Pack (3 packs of 3),
Wound Dressing No 14 BPC no 14 (1)
Wound Dressing No 14 BPC no 15 (1).

Doesn’t Include: Antiseptic Liquid, Bandage Shears, Tweezers, SMART Bandage or Adhesive Dressings (Band Aids).

Keeping your first aid KIT restocked after using components and replacing out of date components is an essential requirement for every individual, family and workplace/business.

Why?

  • It ensures your KIT remains compliant with all Workplace Health and Safety practices
  • If you are audited by the governing body then you do not have to worry about any breaches
  • You, your employees, family members or friends are always accessing a complete and up to date KIT

How often should you restock?

We recommend you check your KIT every 3-12 months, depending on use. If your work or personal environment involves more risks, then check your KIT more regularly.

We also recommend restocking your KIT after any significant emergency as this often results in a number of components being used. Our First Aid Restocking Kit ensures you have enough supplies to restock your KIT.

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