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General Aluminum First-aid Kit

General Aluminum First-aid Kit


Size: 55.7 X 39 X 20cm

The GCL-07C General First-aid Kit is made of aeronauticaluminum materials as well as broken-proof, shake-proof and antioxidation.

With striking Logo which easy to find it's function ,safety key, soft gallus and tote for your different way to carriage. It is to tally used nontoxic green material inside, while adjustableclapboard can fix the accessories more fixed. A reasonable layout with transparency medicine-box or organic glass to keep inside instrument laid in order when closing kits. It is very convenient to use in places, especially for long-distance remotion.


Standard Configuration:

No.: Description: Specification: Qty.Cs:
1 Oxygen Cylinder 1.4 Litre 1set
2 Manual Resuscitaotr PVC for Adult 1set
3 Sphygmomanometer / 1set
4 Stethoscope / 1set
5 Thermometer mercury 1
6 Manual Suction R Type 1set
7 Aerate Equipment for Throat / 4
8 Mouth-to-mouth breathing mask / 2
9 Anaesthetic Laryngoscope curved(L,M,S) 1set
10 Equipment for opening Mouth / 1
11 Tongue Forceps / 1
12 Lamina for Pressing Lingua Metal 1
13 Plexor / 1
14 Endotracheal Tube Size3.4.7.8 4
15 Catheter Size14,16 2
16 Gauze Bandage 10*500cm 4
17 Cravat 91*91*130cm 2
18 Compressed Gauze 50*80cm 2
19 Medicinal Gauze Pieces 7.5*7.5cm 10
20 First-aid Carpet 132*210cm 1
21 Rolling plywood 92*11cm 2set
22 Tourniquet / 1
23 Adhesive tape 1.25*200cm 2
24 Medicinal Gloves Size 7or7.5 1
25 Alcohol Cotton / 10
26 Iodine Cotton Swabs 5pcs/pac. 4
27 Scissor for Operation 12.5cm 1
28 Dressing Clamp 12.5cm 1
29 Flashlight / 1
30 Inside Accessories List / 1
General aluminum first-aid kit Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in 2017 and had been updated to reflect 2020 compliance standards. What’s in your workplace first aid cabinets? Expired bandages? Tampered eyewash solution? Missing mouth barrier? Having unexpired and in-stock supplies at your facility is critical to employee safety. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="521"]General Aluminum First-aid Kit General Aluminum First-aid Kit[/caption] When evaluating your first aid cabinet needs, general aluminum first-aid kit be sure to address the five major areas of first aid. You should also be familiar with ANSI and OSHA standards. This article provides a comprehensive checklist of what to include in your First Aid cabinets and kits at your workplace. OSHA does not require specific first aid kits for the general industry, but states in 29 CFR 1910.151(b), “Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available.” All industries are required to comply with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.151 regardless of the type of work performed by employees; however, the hazards and related first aid required would be different for offices (low-risk environment) than, for example, steel mills (high-risk environment). In other words, your first aid program must correspond to the hazards which can be reasonably expected to occur in the workplace. Thus, you should evaluate the potential work-related hazards and provide for first aid accordingly.
  • Conduct a risk assessment and design a first aid program specific to your worksite(s)
  • Estimate Emergency Medical Response times for all locations and all times of day and night
  • Put policies and procedures in writing, and communicate to all employees on a regular basis
  • Address first aid training needs. First-aid courses should be individualized to the needs of the workplace. First-aid training should be repeated periodically to maintain and update knowledge and skills. Outdated training and reference materials should be replaced or removed.
  • Designate a first-aid leader. Give a specific person the responsibility for choosing the types and amounts of first-aid supplies and for maintaining these supplies.
  • Supplies should reflect the kinds of injuries that occur at your workplace
  • Supplies must be stored in an area where they are readily available for emergency access.
  • Review the first-aid program periodically to determine if it continues to address the needs of the workplace.
  • Monitor changes in workplace safety, health hazards, and worker schedules. Training, supplies, equipment, and first-aid policies should be added or modified to account for any of these changes at your company.
  • Consider an automated external defibrillator (AED) when selecting first-aid supplies and equipment.
  • Consult with the local fire and rescue service or emergency medical professionals may be beneficial.