First Aid Room Equipment

According to the Health and Safety Executive it is necessary to provide a suitable first aid room when it has been identified by a first aid needs assessment. Typically this means a medical room will be required where particular hazards are present around the workplace or for larger company premises. In the case of schools, the Education (School Premises) Regulations 1996 specify the need to have a room suitable which can be used for medical treatment when it is required.

First aid rooms should be used expressly for first aid purposes only, and if this cannot be achieved certain things should be considered. For instance, the facilities should be able to be accessed and used quickly, so the first aid equipment storage location is important. Furnishings and objects in the room should be in a position where they do not interfere with first aid or can be easily moved away.

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HSE Guidance specifies the following:

Do I need to provide a room for first aid?

You should provide a suitable first-aid room(s) where your first-aid needs assessment identifies this as necessary.

What should be kept in the first-aid room?

Typical examples of the equipment and facilities a first-aid room may contain are:

a sink with hot and cold running water;
drinking water and disposable cups;
soap and paper towels;
a store for first-aid materials;
foot-operated refuse containers, lined with yellow, disposable clinical waste bags or a container suitable for the safe disposal of clinical waste;
an examination/medical couch with waterproof protection and clean pillows and blankets;
a chair;
a telephone or other communication equipment; and
a record book for recording incidents attended by a first-aider or appointed person.

Who should have access to the first-aid room?

If possible, the room should be reserved specifically for providing first aid and a designated person (first-aider or appointed person) should be given responsibility for supervising it. The room should be easily accessible to stretchers and be clearly signposted and identified.

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