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What To Keep in Your Business's First Aid Kit

5/11/2019 (Permalink)

Storm Damage What To Keep in Your Business's First Aid Kit Among the most common things to include in a first aid kit are basic medical supplies

There Are a Few Things Every Emergency Kit Should Include

It's important for any business in Lone Tree, CO, to keep a first aid kit handy. Especially when cleaning up after a storm. Not only can one provide the basic necessities for bandaging up cuts and scrapes, but in an emergency a kit can help save valuable time while waiting for a medical professional. 

1. Basic Medical Supplies

Among the most common things to include in a first aid kit are basic medical supplies. These generally include an assortment of band-aids in various sizes and styles, antibiotic ointment, cleansing wipes, gauze, medical tape, scissors, and cotton swabs. They should be neatly organized so that the users can find what they need. You should also inform your employees and storm clean-up crew where the kit is kept so that it is easily accessible.

2. Emergency Supplies

Also included in your emergency kit should be supplies that may become necessary in the event of a true emergency. These may include gloves, an elastic tourniquet, a splint, resuscitation equipment, or elastic bandaging wraps. Having these tools available may help you perform first aid while waiting for the appropriate emergency personnel.

3. Medical Directions and Numbers

Another important thing you may want to include is a list of medical directions or phone numbers. Also include allergy information, the procedures for using the materials inside, and numbers for local doctors or emergency personnel. You may also want to include important numbers such as a storm damage restoration team who may be able to help with safe cleanup procedures in the event your property is damaged. Calling a team with the necessary knowledge, tools and equipment can help prevent your employees from attempting dangerous cleanup activities themselves.

When building a first aid kit it's important to include the basic medical supplies such as band-aids, gauze or an antibiotic cream. But you may also want to include emergency supplies not normally used in basic first aid. These tools may make a difference when waiting for emergency personnel. Additionally, you may want to include emergency medical directions such as allergy information or phone numbers.

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