Industrial First Aid Kits

Discount Safety Gear’s online store has a great selection of first aid kits that are perfect for workplaces and industrial use. When you purchase a first aid kit from Discount Safety Gear, you’ll know exactly how many people your first aid kit can accommodate, and the exact number and type of first aid supplies that are included in your first aid kit. You’ll also receive discounts for ordering in bulk. Here are just a few options for industrial first aid kits.

The North 75-Person Bulk First Aid Kit is perfect for smaller workplaces or manufacturing settings. The kit includes a variety of adhesive bandages, antimicrobial towelettes, non-sterile conforming bandages, a CPR filter shield, an elastic bandage, eyewash, a sterile eye pad, burn cream with aloe, a first aid guide, forceps, an instant cold pack, medical gloves, non-aspirin pain reliever, a poison control directory, angled scissors, single antibiotics, sterile gauze pads, sting relief wipes, a trauma pad and a triangular bandage. All items fit neatly into a waterproof plastic kit that is ANSI Z308.1-2003 compliant. This first aid kit is only $60.95 each or as low as $54.63 when ordered in bulk.

The North 100-Person First Aid Kit contains the largest amount of first aid and medical supplies for responding to minor injuries as well as aches and pains. This kit includes a variety of adhesive bandages, adhesive tape, alcohol prep pads, antibiotic ointment, burn spray, conforming bandages, a CPR micro-shield with gloves and wipes, an elastic bandage, eye dressing pads and adhesive strips, eyewash, a first aid guide, forceps, a gauze compress, non-aspirin pain reliever, a quick stop bandage, angled scissors, sterile gauze pads, synthetic medical gloves, a triangular bandage and non-adherent pads. Everything fits into a plastic case that measures 15 inches by 10.5 inches by 4.75 inches. This kit is also ANSI Z308.1-2003 compliant. Order one today for $130.24 or order in bulk and receive these kits for as low as $117.18 each.

Simple First Aid Kits for Home and Office

One huge part of staying safe is being prepared for any situation, and having a first aid kid is always a step in the right direction. Whether you’re at work, in the car, at home or on the go, keeping a first aid kit handy can help keep you and others safe and comfortable. Check out a few of the personal first aid kits available from Discount Safety Gear.

The Personal Mini-Pouch First Aid Kit is a great way to stay safe if you’re looking for a kit that’s ultra-compact. The kit includes a variety of adhesive bandages, gauze pads, sting relief wipes, burn cream, an instant cold pack  and a PVP iodine wipe. Everything fits into a convenient, easy-to-carry pouch that measures only 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches. The pouch includes a belt loop and key ring for easy accessibility. This handy little first aid kit is available for as low as $6.29 each and can be personalized with your company’s logo. This kit is also available in a larger version for as low as $10.99.

The Redi-Care First Aid Kit features everything you need to stay safe and care for others in minor emergencies and accidents. The kit includes a variety of cloth adhesive bandages, adhesive tape, antibiotic ointment, first aid burn cream with aloes, pointed plastic forceps, gauze pads, an instant cold pack, a poison control directory, PVP iodine wipe, angled scissors and a pair of nitrile medical gloves. All contents fit securely into a soft-sided, durable, red nylon bag that make it easy for a first responder to carry to an emergency site. These first aid kits are available at Discount Safety Gear’s website for $12.50 each or for as low as $11.02 when ordered in quantities of 12 or more.

These are just a two of the first aid kits available at Discount Safety Gear’s website. Visit the online store for the complete selection.

Trauma Kits – Portable First Aid

Trauma Kit

If you work in a place where accidents are a real possibility (e.g., construction sites or chemical plants), the importance of having a trauma kit close at hand is tough to overstate. Without a good trauma kit, administering first aid can be all but impossible.

First aid is serious business, since it could mean the difference between sustaining a serious injury and walking away from an accident relatively unscathed. That being said, many trauma kits being sold today simply aren’t up to snuff.

Any good trauma kit should include, among other items, a wide array of bandages, antibacterial and sanitizing products, compresses, burn dressing and gel, eye wash, gauze, gloves, a thermometer, a tourniquet, and a split. Other items included in a quality trauma kit might include peroxide, biohazard bags and ammonia inhalant.

Of course, you also want your trauma kit to come in a durable box; otherwise, you could end up losing essential first aid items. You do not, however, want the box to be too bulky, which can often lead to a loss of portability. It’s also a plus when the box is water and dust resistant.

Finally, if you work in an industry that falls within the jurisdiction of ANSI, you’ll need to make sure your trauma kit meets their standards, particularly ANSI Standard Z308.1.2003. If you fail to do so, you could be putting your own health and safety at risk, as well as that of any coworkers that might depend on you.