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First Aid Safety Manual Program

$19.95

First Aid

Table of Contents

  1. Purpose
  2. Scope
  3. Responsibilities
  4. Planning
  5. Medical response
  6. Supplies and equipment
  7. Transportation
  8. Training
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Description

First Aid

***Included with the basic manual***

Chapter Section

First aid supplies shall be easily accessible when required.  Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using the materials in the first aid kit.

All ABC Company first aid kits contain appropriate items determined to be adequate for the environment in which they are used and if on a construction site are stored in a weather proof container with individual contents sealed from the manufacturer for each type of item.

Your company name here is responsible to ensure the availability of adequate first aid supplies and to periodically reassess the availability of supplies and to adjust its inventories.  First Aid kits are to be inspected:

  • On the first working day of each week to verify that they are fully stocked and that no expiration dates have been exceeded, and
  • Before being sent out to each job, and
  • Replace any items that have exceeded their expiration dates or that have been depleted.

Where the eyes or body of any person may be exposed to injurious corrosive materials, a safety shower and/or eye wash (suitable facilities) or other suitable facilities shall be provided within the work area.  Ensure expiration dates are checked and water used in storage devices is sanitized.

An assessment of the material or materials used shall be performed to determine the type flushing/drenching equipment required.  At client job sites, portable or temporary stations must be established prior to the use of corrosive materials.