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Information First Aid Points

Need help? Need help? Find a station to provide general first aid information Our information first aid points have been designed to provide awareness and guidance on first aid procedures. At the same time they can provide a visible focal point for anyone looking for first aid and ideally can be situated near first aid kits and other equipment. You can buy the information points with a small, medium or large British Standard compliant first aid kit included, or alternatively they can be supplied unstocked. The guidance information provided is not a substitute for actual first aid training, but is a useful refresher for trained personnel, while anyone can follow the instructions in an emergency.

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Buying Guide: First Aid Information Points

Each of the information points can provide guidance on different aspects of first aid, so by positioning different units next to one another you can create a perfect solution tailored for your workplace. All of the instructions have been designed to be as easy to understand and follow in an emergency as possible.

Here is a brief summary of the information each version provides:

First Aid Points (come with First Aid Kits)

  • How to assess the situation and position the casualty to open airways

  • Dealing with severe bleeding

  • Avoiding and responding to injuries related to inhaled gas and electric shock

  • Treating scalds and burns including chemical burns

  • Space to write first aider contact information

These first aid points come with a small, medium or large first aid kit designed to meet BS compliance. The kits come with a tamper evident label so if a kit has been accessed you can see easily. They hang from bracket on the main unit.

Burns Information Point

  • Different categories of burns and how they are caused

  • The three different classifications of burn depth and how to visually identify them

  • Step by step instructions to treat burns

  • What to monitor and keep a record of

  • Things to do to avoid making the burn worse

  • Name and telephone number details for first aiders

Eye Wash Information Point

  • When to use saline and when to use neutralising eye wash solution

  • What to do to react quickly

  • The importance of rinsing for an appropriate amount of time

  • When to seek medical advice

  • Also has a mirror for observing eye injuries

  • First aider information

First Aid and Eye Wash Information Point

  • All the information on the first aid and the eye wash information points with the exception of space to write first aider details

First Aid and Burns Point

  • Everything on the burns point and first aid point but without the space to write contact details for first aiders

For the above units fixing to the wall is easy, self-adhesive backing is provided so no drilling is required. Each information point measures 680mm high by 440mm wide. The 3D header (with standard white first aid cross on green background) gives an easy to see presence to the information points.

3D Eye Wash Bottle Stations

  • Large eye wash symbol to see from a distance

  • Guidance for reacting, rinsing and seeking medical advice

  • Spaces for saline and pH neutralising eye wash bottles and easy reorder information

The eye wash information point is designed to hold the 500ml version of the pH neutralising eye wash solution and 500ml version of the saline eye wash solution.

If you’re creating a space in the workplace to deal with first aid incidents don’t forget to add other first aid signs around the building to direct people there.