OSHA and ANSI Office First Aid Kit Class B in a a metal case Meets the new standard for employee health and safety of larger kits. As all businesses know, First Aid Kits are not optional for any business or facility. These new generation kits could make a critical difference in an accident, disaster or workplace violence.
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Why ANSI Class B First Aid Kits?
ANSI Office First Aid Kit Class B Meets the new standard for employee health and safety of larger kits. As all businesses know, First Aid Kits are not optional for any business or facility. These next generation kits could make a critical difference in your next accident, disaster or act of workplace violence.
ANSI/ISEA Z308.1-2015 Class B kits supersedes some of the confusing older language in minimum first aid kit requirements where one could buy a big box on the wall (with a high piece count) that still did not meet more than minimum requirements.
Class "B" First Aid Kits are required for environments where the risk of contain injuries could be complex or higher risk or also may involve more people. When someone is hurt in an office or business setting these first aid kit supplies could be critical in an emergency and provide a higher level of comfort to the employee, guest or customer.
Class B emergency first aid kits now require more standard supplies and advanced items such as a CPR shield, medical exam gloves, a tourniquet, Padded splint, burn pads and antiseptic products that reduce the possibility of infection for the injured or first aider.
It is used in construction work sites, business offices, work vehicles and shops. At a minimum, 1 kit should be placed on every floor and within easy walking distance in large spaces. (Consult your Local, State and Federal guidelines for the specifics in your area and industry)
Ideal Locations and Industries:
- Construction sites, job trailers, and construction vehicles
- Building lobbies, security stands, floor disaster response cabinets,
- Mounted next your your company Defibrillator (AED)
- Conference, convention areas, movie theaters, or near outdoor concession tents.
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