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First Aid Kit, Mount Type Portable, Wall Mount, Kit Type Unitized, Number of Components 206, People Served 25 to 50, Case Material Plastic, Color White, Number of Shelves 0, Waterproof No, Height 4-7/8 In., Width 15-1/2 In., Depth 13-5/8 In., Color Code Yellow-Bandages, Compresses, Blue-Antiseptics, Wound Cleansers, Red-Burn Treatment, Green-Special, Miscellaneous, Orange-Personal Protection
 
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Yes, I recommend this product.
PostedAugust 4, 2013
I was the safety officer for a large construction company. With several first aid kits to keep track of and the soaring costs of supplies I found this particular kit to be perfect for use. Interchangeable, all components fit in the same places, parts and pieces did not fall out when opened. Immediate inventory. A quick and easy reorder tab for the hands to turn in when something is needed. Yep this kit worked perfectly. Now int he oil and gas industry I am seeing this type of kit works for all the same reasons listed earlier.
However, Grainger take note. Make the reordering of parts easier. Right now they are difficult to find on line.
Product FeaturesEasy to use, Great value for money, Durable/Performs well
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List of items that should be in a first aid kit

Product used for:: Medical Emergency
Years purchasing from Grainger:: 20 or more
Depends. Who or what client are you wanting to satisfy?
USACE has an outline in the 385-1-1 with a specific inventory
OSHA has a recommended first aid kit content list for both construction and general industry.
Other clients such as BP/Conoco Phillips/Arco and others have specific inventory in thier safety requirements.
If this is for your home or family. check with your homeowners/renters insurance. They also have specific requirements.
I could list items for you but it really should be purpose built so go to the people making the requirement and ask them. That way you can't go wrong if you follow the guidance given
1 year, 2 months ago
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