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* Due to Covid and Brexit the whole country is having issues maintaining consistent import of some stock. We are coping well under the ping & self isolation circumstances as we hold large quantities of our fastest moving items but some manufacturers are struggling getting certain products through customs. If your items are extremely urgent we urge you to check with us first. Couriers are also struggling and next day delivery isnt always guaranteed.

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First aid kits and products

We supply first aid kits, first aid packs, eyewash, sterile dressing, and more .From 1 man first aid requirements to 50+ employee kits, all certified to bsen standards.
further info on first aid requirements in the workplace can be found here on the HSE website

First Aid kit info is also below

First aid kits are also designated by type (I, II, III or IV) depending on the work environment in which they are to be used. Type I kits are intended for use in stationary, indoor environments where kit contents have minimal potential for damage. Type II kits are for portable indoor use. Type III kits are also meant for portable use in indoor or outdoor settings where the potential for damage due to environmental factors is not probable. These kits should have a water-resistant seal. Construction jobs present typical applications for Type III first aid kits. Type IV kits are meant for use outdoors where the potential for damage to the kit contents due to environmental factors and rough handling is significant. Type IV kits must pass tests for corrosion, moisture and impact resistance.
“The multi tiered approach of designating kits allows employers to make practical choices based on the nature of the work area, recognizing that each workplace differs in potential risk and task load,” said David Lapp, chairman of the ISEA First Aid Group and senior product manager at Honeywell Safety Products. “By expanding the items in a basic first aid kit, employees will have greater access to items needed to treat their injuries as quickly as possible.”
Many of the first aid supplies previously identified as being recommendations in the previous standard are now required for both newly designated class types. In addition, scissors are to be included in both classes of kits, and a splint and a tourniquet are both required for a Class B first aid kit.
The required minimum fill must be achieved to be compliant with the standard. Kits should be inspected regularly to ensure they remain stocked and that the contents still meet the needs of the workplace



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