First Aid Kits
Workplace First Aid Kit in accordance...
First Aid Kit Refill Set
First Aid Kit
First Aid Kit for Pre-Schools
Automobile First Aid Kit
Automobile First Aid Kit for Austria
First aid bag 'Kids on the Move'...
First Aid Kit DOCTOR'S SURGERY PLUS
Pre-school first aid kit refill
First Aid Sign
First Aid Kit Compliant with DIN 13169
First Aid Kit Refill Pack per DIN 13164
First Aid Kits for the Workplace, Schools & Leisure Time
Every place of work needs a well-stocked first aid kit in order to fulfill health and safety requirements. Such a medical kit includes various sterile dressing materials, like adhesive bandages and adhesive tape, and other items (scissors, wraps, tweezers, dispensers, sanitiser, Band-Aids, safety pins or first aid manuals) that may be required by first aiders.
The nature of the work and type of business, as well as the number of employees, determines the legal requirements for the size of the first aid box (small,medium or large). Our first aid kits are also suited for use in schools and pre-schools. Additionaly, they are suitable for treating injuries that occur during leisure activities, like sport and travel.
In our online shop you will also find many different products from the well-known manufacturer Söhngen.
Both their Emergency First Aid Kit for schools and the First Aid Kit for pre-schools are highly recommended due to their specially developed dressing materials in child-appropriate sizes. If you already have a first aid kit, you can also simply purchase a First Aid Kit Refill Pack per DIN 13164, for example.
Importance of Quick Access to the First Aid Kit
In order to be compliant with health and safety regulations a first aid pouch or box must be stored in such a way that each employee has unhindered access to it. Consequently, many first aid kits come with a compatible wall bracket.
In order to ensure dressing kits are visible from a long distance they come in typical safety colours, such as yellow or orange. The typical symbol (white cross on a green background) should either be printed on the case or a sign should be placed above the kit as an indicator.
Expired Items in a First Aid Kit should be Consistently Replaced
The articles that fill a first aid kit will usually have an expiration date. This date denotes that the dressing sterility or functionality (e.g. adhesiveness of wound plasters) can only be guaranteed until this day. Once the expiry date has been reached it is important to dispose of the products and replace them. We offer complete refill sets and filling assortments for first aid kits that are fully compliant with legal requirements.
As an alternative to a first aid kit, a wound dressing kit can also be used as long as the contents meet legal requirements. A dressing kit has the advantage of being small and compact. However, the disadvantage is that the required products are not as easily accessible as with a first aid kit.
A Wide Range of First Aid Kits & Dressing Kits
In this category we offer various first aid and wound care kits for accidents in the workplace, in schools or pre-schools, or that occur in your free time. Additionally, you will find regulation first aid kit refill sets and a pocket resuscitation mask to expand your first aid equipment.
Eye wash and eye wash bottles for eye injuries are also available in our assortment.
Whether you are looking for first aid kits, wound care kits or dressing materials - you will find the first aid supplies you need at Praxisdienst. In addition, we also stock a wide range of special emergency cases for use in rescue medicine.