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First aid kit requirements

What OSHA and the ANSI/ISEA standard say should be in your workplace kit
Although OSHA's Medical Services and First Aid Standard states that "adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available," the agency doesn't provide a list of required items. Safety+Health reached out to several experts with questions to help workplaces get in compliance.
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First aid cabinet

This large and comprehensive first aid cabinet contains more than 100 products, including wipes, ointments, tablets and thousands of bandages.
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First aid kits

Care4 First Aid Kits are wall-mountable, making them easy to store and access. Each kit features an innovative “door-in-door” compartment that allows workers to quickly obtain treatment for cuts, scrapes, burns and other common injuries.
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First aid kits

NuTrend offers first aid kits that meet or exceed the new level of compliance for both Class A and B kits in each of four classification types: Type I, for stationary, indoor applications; Type II, for portable indoor applications; Type III, for portable use in mobile indoor and/or outdoor settings; and Type IV, for portable use in mobile industries and/or outdoor applications where rough handling of the kit may occur.
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First aid in marine cargo handling

Workers involved in marine cargo handling are exposed to many hazards throughout the course of standard operations, according to OSHA. To protect these workers, the agency suggests proper adherence to first aid procedures.
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