First Aid Kits, Fire Equipment and Accessories

A first aid kit is a collection of supplies and equipment that is used to give medical treatment.
There is a wide variation in the contents of first aid kits based on the knowledge and experience of those putting it together, the differing first aid requirements of the area where it may be used
and variations in legislation or regulation in a given area.
The international standard for first aid kits is that they should be identified with the ISO graphical
symbol for first aid (from ISO 7010) which is an equal white cross on a green background.
The classification of a first aid kit will depend on the quantity of first aid supplies, the variety of supplies in the kit, and the kit’s intended use.
These standards are maintained by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Safety Equipment Association.

There are two first aid kit classifications: Class A and Class B. Additionally, there are many first aid kits that do not fall within these classifications because the quantity of supplies or their intended use.
Class A First Aid Kits:
Class A first aid kits provide a basic range of products to deal with very common injuries such as small cuts, abrasions, and minor burns.
Therefore, Class A first aid kits are good choices for low population and low-risk workplaces such as offices.
Class B First Aid Kits:
Class B first aid kits provide a broader range and greater number of supplies to handle workplace injuries. Because of this, Class B first aid kits are the best choice for highly populated, complex, or
high-risk workplaces.