Before you purchase any industrial first aid kit, you need to read and fully understand OSHA regulations and ANSI guidelines regarding your industry and work place. OSHA regulation standard 1910.151.b states that in all cases, “adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available.“ The ANSI sets standards for kit contents and item quality. For a safer, happier, better workplace, obey the ANSI guidelines for your industry.
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Industrial first aid kits are generally organized by the size of the company. You also need to pay attention to the specific risks of the industry in which you are involved.
Industrial first aid benefits
Employers who follow OSHA regulations and ANSI guidelines are far less likely to be exposed to liability. A properly stocked first aid kit also reduces expensive and time consuming visits to the clinic or hospital. Having employees able to get adequate first aid on site or on the job increases employee morale and productivity.
Many first aid supply companies also incorporate safety and first aid programs into their catalogue of products and these can also help increase morale, interaction of employees and employee safety and awareness. First aid training can be difficult to sell to your employees, but it can decrease accidents, injury and employer liability risks.
Purchasing industrial first aid kits and supplies over the internet is the cheapest, most convenient way to keep your first aid up to date and well-stocked.