First-Aid Kit (351 pc.)
About this item
- First-aid kit with 351 pieces
- Treats minor injuries, cuts, scrapes and burns
- Durable impact-resistant case
- Tilting shelves and multiple compartments for organization and easy access
- Also includes basic OTC medications, scissors, tweezers and exam gloves
This First-Aid Kit (351 pc.) from Be Smart Get Prepared has everything you need to take care of minor scratches, burns and injuries. This 351-piece first-aid kit comes in a durable plastic case with everything nicely organized inside so you have quick and easy access to just what you need, right when you need it.
Why Choose This First-Aid Kit?
This first-aid kit is packaged in a durable, impact-resistant plastic case with sliding lock latches to keep the contents secure. Inside, there are tilting shelves, multiple compartments and two different layers that keep the first-aid kit supplies organized and easy to access.
What Supplies Are Included with This First-Aid Kit?
The 351 pieces included in this first-aid kit let you treat a variety of injuries. Some of the supplies include antiseptic towelettes, hand sanitizer gels, alcohol pads, eye wash, ointments and a variety of bandages, gauzes and wound closure strips. Plus, you get first-aid kit essentials like finger splints, scissors, tweezers and exam gloves. There are some basic OTC medications in this first-aid kit, too, including antacids, aspirin and non-aspirin tablets as well as two first-aid guides so you know what to do in a crisis.
Where Can This First-Aid Kit Be Used?
This first-aid box exceeds OSHA guidelines for workplaces of up to 100 people, which makes it a great choice small businesses and would be a great choice for classrooms, offices, daycares or in any home medicine cabinet. It has everything you need to take care of things like splinters, scrapes and minor cuts and burns that can pop up everywhere from the playground to the kitchen to the office gym. This first-aid kit can be mounted in a central location or simply use the convenient handle to transport it to the patient when necessary.