Beauregard First Aid recognises that first aid kits need to meet certain workplace needs, depending on the environment, what might be needed by a chief within a restaurant will not match the needs of a security guard at a nightclub.
We have tailored some of our first aid kits around certain industry requirements by including additional items to cover specific risks, such as Burns, Chemicals and Major Trauma injuries.
"Just wanted to let you know that the First Aid Kit arrived today and Dad is extremely happy and very impressed!
As an ex-ambulance officer, Controller of a SES unit & a member of the local RFS ranging over the last 15-30 years, Dad has been putting together his own first aid kits for most of his life so for him to be impressed is no small achievement, trust me haha."
Check out the below range of first aid kits and if you have any questions about what your workplace might need in their first aid pack, make sure you give us a call and we will guide you in the right direction.
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Most First Aid Regulations today, recommend a Risk Analysis be undertaken to ascertain an organisation's first aid needs. Following is a simple yet useful guide that can be used when deciding which first ad pack is right for your workplace.
Likelihood of Injury
Low Risk – 0% to 33% Moderate Risk – 34% to 66% High Risk – 67% to 100%
In high risk workplaces, having a First Response "grab & run" pack, would be a worthwhile consideration.
Low Risk Workplaces such as Offices & Warehouses should have a general purpose first aid kit on hand for treatment of common injuries. You do not need a huge kit for a low risk workplace, but a wide range of first aid items is definitely good practice.
Our Office & Warehouse first aid kit includes products to help clean, treat and protect cuts and grazes, as well as items for bruising, serious bleeding, eye/wound irrigation, burns, splinters, and a resuscitation face shield.
Included in each office / warehouse first aid kit is a Wall Mountable Container made of heavy duty ABS plastic, with rounded corners for safety to assist with keeping the kits contents all in one central location. But for those times where you need to take first aid to the injured person the container also comes equipped with a Carry Handle making the kit portable.
It is important that you have prompt access to a first aid kit - have one there for when you need it.
Compact, handy, first aid kits for the security industry. They include Wound Dressings to treat heavy bleeding. Check out the other kit contents.
If you run a kitchen, you know how dangerous it can be, from the naked flames to a abundance of sharp objects being used, as well as hot grease, greasy floors and heavy items. On top of that, it is fast paced, in a congested area.... so accidents will happen.
Outside the kitchen on the restaurant floor is no exception, either – wait staff can collide, broken glass can cause deep cuts, and the list goes on and on.
Further to the employees, you need to be able to address on the odd chance that something might happen to a customer, and as such you’re in need of a restaurant first aid kit that’s got you covered for all of the generic restaurant issues that may come about and more.
At Beauregard First Aid we have a choice of kits for restaurants, commercial kitchens and other food industry venues. The restaurant first aid kits we sell include contents to deal with common injuries such as cuts, burns and eye injuries.
The larger kits are wall-mountable and made from the heavy-duty ABS plastic, complete with rounded corners for extra safety. They also have a carry handle for easy carriage if necessary.