How To Make A First Aid Kit

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The importance of a first aid kit cannot be stressed enough. You should always have a first aid kid nearby. It is a must for every household. When you have the right supplies, you will be better able to handle an emergency and provide First Aid Wirral. You should always have a first aid kit in your car and at home. Make sure to carry a first aid kit with you on all your travels.

A first aid kit can either be bought at a local Red Cross office or drugstore, or it can also be made on your own. If you decide to make your very own first aid kit, you should make sure that you use a container that is simple to open, easy to carry, sturdy, and roomy. Your best options are plastic containers and tackle boxes as they allow you to store all the vital items and tend to be lightweight. They also provide separate sections and have handles.

What Should Every First Aid Kit Contain?

The following should be included in every first aid kit at all times.

  • • Soap
  • • Antiseptic Wipes
  • • A Splint
  • • Elastic Bandage
  • • Different Sizes of Adhesive Bandages
  • • Adhesive Tape
  • • Difference Sizes of Sterile Gauze Pads
  • • A list that contains all your emergency numbers
  • • An Updated First Aid Manual
  • • Sharp Scissors
  • • Tweezers
  • • Extra Prescription Medicine
  • • Ibuprofen and Paracetamol
  • • Hydrocortisone Cream
  • • Antiseptic Solution such as Hydrogen Peroxide
  • • Antibiotic Ointment
  • • A Blanket
  • • Flashlight and Some Extra Batteries
  • • Two Pairs of Plastic Gloves (Non-Latex)
  • • Thermometer
  • • Alcohol Wipes
  • • Calamine Lotion
  • • Instant Cold Packs That Are Fully Disposable
  • • Safety Pins
  • • Mouthpiece for offering CPR.

 

Once you have stocked the first aid kit, you should do the following.

  • • Go through the first aid manual to understand how it can be used and what is included in the first aid kit. You can also review it with your kids if they are old enough. The manual should be read every few months to know how to use it. Moreover, you should check the items in the first aid to ensure that they can be used and are not expired.
  • • The first aid kit should be stored away from children’s reach and should be placed somewhere only you can reach it.
  • • The kit should be regularly checked to see if there is any missing item that needs to be replaced.
  • •If you hire a babysitter or caregiver, you should let them know where you have put the first aid kit and how they can use it.
  • • Determine if the flashlight batteries are still working.
  • • When flying, the first aid kit should be packed with your checked luggage since many items cannot be taken with you in your carry-on.

Conclusion

This post will help make sure you prepare a first aid kit in no time. Moreover, you should follow the advice mentioned here to ensure that your first aid kit is up-to-date.

Get In Touch

If you are interested in learning how to provide basic First Aid Wirral, then please get in touch. Call us today on 0151 343 0588 to learn more. Alternatively, you can email us at sales@tltraining.co.uk and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.

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