Fall Season First Aid Kit Checklist 

 September 16, 2019

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The fall season has arrived and for many, that means back to school, seasonal weather changes and new budgets! Whether you’re looking for supplies that will protect your children if they’re injured at home or are responsible for stocking your workplace with supplies to address employee illnesses and injuries on the job, you’ll want to check this list out!

First Aid Supplies for Home & Car

With kids back to school and starting up their new extracurricular activities the chances of picking up a virus, getting a cold or even being accidentally hurt by a flying ball at practice all increases. Gain peace of mind of keeping first aid kits handy. You’ll want one in your home but also to carry along with you in your car. You never know when a cut or scrape out on the field will need to be cleaned or bandaged.

If you’re shopping for first aid supplies for your car or home don’t forget these key items:

  • Adhesive Bandages
  • Antiseptic Wipes
  • Aspirin
  • Protective Latex Gloves
  • Gauze
  • Tweezers

Workplace First Aid Cabinets

Most businesses create the upcoming year’s budget well in advance of January 1. This year-end annual budgeting process usually includes allocating funds for spending in the upcoming year. If you’re responsible for advocating dollars for health and safety, now’s the time to get up to date on any new or upcoming OSHA or other compliances your business will face. Many industries have replenishment rules and you’ll want to ensure you’re never missing the proper protections.

This can include things like:

  • Emergency compresses
  • Eyewash packets
  • CPR face shields
  • First aid guide books

Workplace first aid cabinets can include a number of supplies tailored to meet the nature of your workforce. Understanding common injuries, risks and the rules in place for your industry is the best place to start when compiling a list of supplies you’ll need in the upcoming year.

Shop 1stAidSupplies.com for everything you need to stay protected before and after an emergency happens.

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