First Aid Kits • First aid kits for all indoor and outdoor environments • Various sizes and applications - wallmounts and portable • Durable design including soft and hard cases • Fully customised options available
In addition to first aid training, those working within the construction and trades industry must meet minimum requirements, as outlined in SafeWork Australia’s First Aid in the Workplace Code of Practice, in terms of first aid equipment available. Along with workers, businesses should also consider contractors, subcontractors and visitors to their premises. Whether staff work outdoors or in regional and remote areas will impact on the the type of first aid kits and additional modules that should be available in work sites or vehicles.
First Aid Supplies • All first aid kit items can be purchased separately • Various items also available in bulk • Sunscreen lotion, itch relief and antiseptic lotion • First aid signage • Trade-specific supplies available
Many businesses across the country unfortunately do not comply with the SafeWork Australia First Aid in the Workplace Code of Practice. The Code stipulates first aid training and product requirements based on the needs of the industry and workplace. Part of this includes annual auditing of first aid kits. When was the last time you had your first aid kits audited? St John SA offers restocking and auditing services to make this process quick and easy for you.
Automated External Defibrillators
• Safe and easy to use with audible prompts • High durability models – perfect for the construction industry • Lightweight and portable
Burns Module: activities that may cause burns, e.g. heat or chemical burns Complement your standard first aid kits with modules suited to the individual workplace:
What you need to have...
Recommended: Additional kits/modules • Private vehicles for work purposes • Other high risk areas (identified through a Workplace First Aid Assessment)
Must-haves: Standard workplace kits • Office • Work site • Workshops
Snake Bite Module: important for those working outdoors and in remote areas
• Trade vehicles • Fleet vehicles
Major Bleeding Module: for significant trauma incidents
Minimum number of first aid kits required, by Workplace Risk Rating: • Low risk: 1 per 50 people • High risk: 1 per 25 people • Remote: 1 per 10 people