First Aid & Safety

Stat PADS can help you manage your First Aid Program with our powerful solution that combines technology and state-of-the-art first aid products. Stat PADS offers the most cost effective, easy-to-use, innovative first aid solutions on the market. Whether you are looking for a cabinet, or a mobile first aid kit, Stat PADS provides options for every type of business and situation that allows businesses to efficiently and inexpensively manage their first aid.

SmartCompliance is a Smart Choice

SmartCompliance
The innovative SmartCompliance Program redefines business first aid.  These powerful components work together to create the most comprehensive solution available today:

Innovative Cabinet Design
This unique cabinet design eliminates disorganized and missing supplies.  Clearly labeled compartments create a cabinet that is easy to use and restock.  With the expansion pocket, you can customize your cabinet to meet your specific needs.

SmartTab ezRefill System
This simple but effective system for reordering and restocking revolutionizes replenishment. It is quick, easy, and cost effective.  As supplies are used, SmartTab ezRefill reminder tabs notify you when it is time to reorder supplies and puts reorder information at your fingertips.

Managing your First Aid Program is:

  • Cost Effective: Savings of up to 50% when you do it yourself
  • Efficient: Order only what you need.
  • Easy: With our mobile app, ordering takes seconds!
  • Empowering: Be involved in your program.

Savings of up to 50% when you do it yourself!

FIRST AID KIT

CABINETS

Having First Aid at your worksite is not only a good idea, but it is required by OSHA:

The OSHA First Aid Standard (29 CFR 1910.151) requires trained first-aid providers at all workplaces of any size if there is no “infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees”.

ANSI/ISEA Z308.1 establishes minimum performance requirements for first aid kits and their supplies that are intended for use in various work environments.

OSHA often refers employers to the following standard as a best practices solution for requirements if a company does not have an infirmary.

Understanding ANSI
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) American National Standard – Minimum Requirements for Workplace First Aid Kits and Supplies (ANSI/ISEA Z308.1-2015) establishes minimum performance requirements for first aid kits and their supplies. First aid kits are classified based on the assortment and quantity of first aid supplies intended to deal with most types of injuries and sudden illnesses that may be encountered in the workplace. These may include major and minor wounds; minor burns; sprains and strains; and eye injuries. As each work environment is unique, it is expected that the contents of each kit will be supplemented as needed based upon the recommendations of a person competent in first aid.

Class A and Class B Kits:
Class A and Class B Kits have minimum required components for both. The assortment and quantity of supplies included in the kits were chosen based upon reviews of workplace incidents requiring first aid treatment, similar international standards and current injury treatment practices. The quantity and size specifications given are the minimum necessary to comply with the 2015 standard, the most recent standard available.

CLASS A
16 Adhesive Bandages, 1″ x 3″
1 Adhesive Tape 2.5 yards
10 Antibiotic Treatment Application 1/57 oz.
1 Breathing Barrier
1 Burn Dressing, Gel Soaked, 4″ x 4″
10 Burn Treatment, 1/32 oz.
1 Cold Pack
2 Eye Covering
1 Eye Wash, 1 oz.
1 First Aid Guide
6 Hand Sanitizer, 0.9g
2 Pair Exam Gloves
1 Roller Bandage, 2″ x 4 yards
1 Scissors
2 Sterile Pads, 5″ x 9″
2 Trauma Pad, 5″ x 9″
1 Triangular Bandage, 40″ x 40″ x 56″
CLASS B
50 Adhesive Bandages, 1″ x 3″
2 Adhesive Tape 2.5 yards
25 Antibiotic Treatment Application,1/57 oz
1 Breathing Barrier
2 Burn Dressing, Gel Soaked, 4″ x 4″
25 Burn Treatment, 1/32 oz.
2 Cold Pack
2 Eye Covering
1 Eye Wash, 4 oz.
1 First Aid Guide
10 Hand Sanitizer, 0.9g
4 Pair Exam Gloves
2 Roller Bandage, 2″ x 4 yards
1 Scissors
1 Splint, minimum 4″ x 24″
Sterile Pad, 3″ x 3″
1 Tourniquet
4 Trauma Pad, 5″ x 9″
2 Triangular Bandage, 40″ x 40″ x 56″

Unitized Kits

Specific requirements for unitized first aid kits have been removed from the Z308.1-2015 standard to emphasize the importance of the contents rather than the configuration.

Unitized kits contain first aid supplies in uniform-sized, color-coded boxes as follows:

  • Blue – Antiseptic
  • Yellow – Bandages
  • Red – Burn Treatment
  • Orange – Personal Protective Equipment
  • Green – Miscellaneous

When deciding the class and type of kit that may be most appropriate, employers should consider the risks that are present and the potential severity and likelihood of an incident. Based on the number of employees, physical layout of the facility and the remoteness to emergency services, employers should also consider whether multiple first aid kits are needed. These considerations also come into play when determining if a kit needs to be supplemented with additional supplies. The selection of these items should be based on the recommendation of a person competent in first aid who is aware of the hazards faced and the number of employees at the worksite.

The kit containers are classified by portability, ability to be mounted, resistance to water, and corrosion and impact resistance. Four types are identified:

Type I: Intended for use in stationary, indoor applications where kit contents have minimal potential for damage due to environmental factors and rough handling. These kits are not intended to be portable and should have a means for mounting in a fixed position. Some applications for Type I first aid kits are general indoor use, office use or use in a manufacturing facility. First aid cabinets would generally fall into this type.

Type II: Intended for use in portable indoor applications where the potential for damage due to environmental factors and rough handling is minimal. These kits should be equipped with a carrying handle. Some applications for Type II first aid kits are general indoor use, or use in office or manufacturing environments.

Type III: Intended for portable use in mobile indoor and/or outdoor settings where the potential for damage due to environmental factors is not probable. Kits should have the means to be mounted and have a water resistant seal. Typical applications include general indoor use and sheltered outdoor use.

Type IV: Intended for portable use in mobile industries and/or outdoor applications where the potential for damage due to environmental factors and rough handling is significant. Typical applications include the transportation industry, utility industry, construction industry and the armed forces.

Managing your workplace First Aid Program does not require a lot of your organizational resources to manage, and in fact, it can have tremendous return on investment if it is done properly. Specifically, having a proper First Aid Program allows for:

  • Increased productivity
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Positive impacts on Employer Modification rates, which directly reduces
    worker’s compensation premiums
  • Reducing risk
  • Showing your employees that you care

Stat PADS can help you manage your First Aid Program with our powerful solution that combines technology and state of the art First Aid Products.

Savings of up to 50% when you do it yourself!

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