First Aid Kits

FIRST AID KIT 56 PIECE ALL PURPOSE –
CAMPER-HOME-TRAVELLER

Hospital Quality Sterile Items
Lightweight First Aid Bag Easy To use

ALL PURPOSE FIRST AID KIT

  • 3 x Assorted Size Light Crepe Bandages
  • 25 x Plastic Strips
  • 3 x Non-Adhesive Dressings 7.5x10cm
  • 3 x Non-Adhesive Dressings 10x10cm
  • 10 x Alcohol Swabs
  • 2 x Aero Eye Wash Ampoules 15ml
  • 1 x Pair Nitrile Powder Free Gloves
  • 1 x Hypo-Allergenic Paper Tape Reel 5cm
  • 5 x Splinter Probes
  • 1 x Plastic Forceps
  • 1 x Zinc Oxide Tape 1.25cm x 5m
  • All Products are TGA Registered

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FIRST AID KIT


FIRST AID KIT EMERGENCY RESPONSE SUITABLE FOR OFFICE, SPORT, INDUSTRY

FIRST AID KITWHS Code of practice compliant   

Extremely Portable

Dimensions 36cm x 17cm x 21cm

Carry Handles

Can be worn around the waist like bum bag

Zippered internal pouches

Bag is as per photo, contents are as listed below not as per photo.

1 x Antiseptic Swab Pkt 10

1 x Antiseptic Spray 50mL

1 x Plastic Adhesive Strips Pkt 50

5 x Gauze Squares, Sterile 7.5cm Pkt 3

4 x Eye Pad, Sterile

2 x Triangular Bandage, Cotton 110cm

1 x Safety Pins, Assorted Pkt 12

1 x Scissors, Sharp/Blunt Stainless Steel

2 x Splinter Probes, Disposable Pkt 5

1 x Forceps Splinter 12.5cm

5 x Burnaid Gel Sachets

10 x Eye Wash Ampoules 15mL

1 x Wound Dressing, Medium, No. 14

1 x Wound Dressing, Large, No. 15

1 x Plastic Bags Assorted Sizes Pkt 3

6 x Non-Adherent Dressing 5cm x 7.5cm

3 x Non-Adherent Dressing 7.5cm x 10cm

1 x Non-Adherent Dressing 10cm x 10cm

1 x Combine Pad 10cm x 20cm

3 x Conforming Bandage 5cm

1 x Heavy Crepe Bandage 10cm

1 x Tape Hypoallergenic 2.5cm

1 x Gloves Nitrile Pkt 10

1 x Note Pad & Pen

1 x First Aid Instructions Pamphlet

1 x CPR Instructions

1 x Resuscitation Face Shield

1 x Blanket Foil Rescue

2 x Instant Ice Pack Small & Large

2 x Bandage Crepe 7.5cm

2 x Bandage Crepe 10cm

1 x Burnaid Gel Dressing 10cm

1 x Combine Pad 20cm x 40cm

1 x Wound Closure Pkt 3

TGA APPROVED ITEMS 137717

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Small First Aid Kit


FIRST AID KIT ESSENTIALS
SUITABLE FOR 3-5 PEOPLE, SMALL OFFICE or HOME USE

Features:

Nylon First Aid Bag with Strap & Handle

Small First Aid Kit1 x 50’s Plastic Strips 

1 x 9x10cm Combine Pad

1 x First Aid Tweezers

1 x 12.5cm Stainless Steel Scissors

1 x 5cm Conforming Bandage

1 x 2.5cm Conforming Bandage

10 x Alcohol Wipes

1 x Miniprobes 5’s

1 x Triangular  Bandage

1 x First Aid Pamphlet

1 x  No 15 Dressing Wound 

2 x  Sodium Chloride Eye Wash

1 x Eye Pad

1 x Sml/Med//Lrg Plastic Bags

2 x 2’s Disposable Gloves

1 x 12’s Safety Pins

1 x Knuckle Dressing

1 x 7.5x5cm Dressing

2 x 7.5×7.5cm 3’s Gauze swabs

4 x Antiseptic Wipes

1 x 13mm Likeskin (Hypoallergenic)

TGA APPROVED ITEMS 137717

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First Aid Guide

INFECTION CONTROL AND UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS

What are communicable or infectious diseases?

A Disease which can be passed or transmitted from one person to another is called a communicable or infectious disease. Many diseases can be passed from one person to another, some more easily than others.

Infection is a condition caused by disease, most are caused by bacteria and viruses. Bacteria do not depend on another organism to survive, and can live outside the body. Viruses are dependent on another organism to survive, and cannot live outside the body.

What are Universal or Standard precautions?

The Universal or Standard precautions means, considering all blood and body substances are potentially infectious, regardless of the persons perceived risk or infectious status.

Standard precautions are required for a basic level of infection control. These precautions include good hygiene practices (washing and drying hands before and after contact), the appropriate disposal of contaminated waste (especially sharps) and use of sterile techniques. These precautions should apply to all body fluids, secretions and excretions (including dried blood and saliva, but not including sweat.

How can I reduce the risk of Infection?

To reduce the risk of infections, you should follow these simple rules:

Avoid touching or being splashed by the victim’s body fluids where possible.

Place an effective barrier between you and the victim’s body fluids, preferably disposable doves. Cover any cuts, scrapes or skin conditions you may have by wearing protective clothing. If gloves are not available, place a clean, dry cloth between your hand and the wound.

Use good hygiene practices, particularly washing and drying hands before and as soon after contact as possible.

Avoid touching needles and other sharps which may be contaminated. Where possible, alternatives should be used to pick up the object, ie tongs, and bring the sharps container to the object, not the object to the container. The containers should conform with Australian Standard AS 4032 and be clearly labelled

Dressings and bandages which have been contaminated with blood or body fluids, should be placed in leak proof bags or containers. Ask your organisation, or phone your local authority about the disposal of the leak proof bag or container.

Be prepared with an adequately stocked First Aid Kit.

If splashed in the eye, rinse the eye and surrounding are gently with water or saline.

If you get blood in your mouth, spit it out and rinse it several times with water.

 

 

Southern Cross
First Aid Skills Training

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Tweed Heads
Training Centre

Ground Floor, 139 Munjungbal Drv, Tweed Heads South, NSW 2486

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