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First aid kit, first aid bag, first aid kit or first aid kit; Dear child has many names. Regardless of which name you use, the contents of the first aid kits are indispensable when the accident is over. With a first aid kit, you can treat everything from wounds and scratches, bleeding, sprains and burns.
At First-8, we have a wide selection of first aid boxes and first aid bags. So regardless of whether you need a first aid kit for home, work, travel or for the car, we have a first aid kit that suits your needs. Below we give you a brief overview of which items may be particularly relevant to have in your first aid kit. When you are either at home, at work, in the car or out and about.
First aid kit for car
A car trip can result in pinched fingers in the car door, hard braking which results in small or large wounds, or damage to the eye. It may also be a good idea to have a pair of strong scissors handy in case you need to cut a harness. It is therefore important that your first aid kit for the car contains at least different types of plasters, cleaning wipes, strong scissors. As well as different types of dressings. It may also be an idea to consider a traffic-related first aid course. Here you also learn to handle all types of traffic-related accidents such as neck and back injuries, broken bones, bleeding and burns.
First aid kit for the home
A first aid kit for the home must be able to handle a bit of everything. Compress bandages, different types of plasters and wound cleaners are some of the most important things to have in the home. Then you are prepared to handle both small and large bleeding, as well as wounds and scratches. It can also be extremely handy to have burn cream in the event of an accident in the kitchen, an eye patch in connection with splashes of cooking oil, paint or other chemicals, as well as a mouth-to-mouth mask in the event of life-saving first aid.
First aid kits for construction sites / workplaces
Depending on the type of workplace, the first aid kit must be able to handle a bit of everything. For companies where office work is primarily involved, it may not be the large extended package that you should buy. Here it is often about being able to handle wounds, scratches, bleeding and possibly mouth-to-mouth mask for CPR. If, on the other hand, we are talking about construction sites, it may be relevant to have first aid equipment that can deal with major bleeding, sprains, burns and eye injuries. In addition, it is always a good idea to supplement the first aid kit for the workplace with a first aid course, which is designed according to exactly the challenges you have in the workplace. Please contact us if we need to tailor a course for you.
First aid kits for the journey
Whether you are hiking in the Alps, soaking up the sun on the beach in southern France, or on a camping holiday in Denmark, a first aid kit is never a bad investment. However, a first aid kit for the journey must be easy to transport and contain only the most essential. With the Quickgrab package, you get a waterproof and compact first aid package. It can cope with bleeding, wounds and scratches, as well as sprains. If you are going on a hike or similar, we can recommend a small first aid kit. It is easy to transport and can also cope with the most basic small damages.
Although the purchase of a first-aid kit equips you well in an emergency, it is of course also important to know how to precisely treat the various injuries that can occur in both the home, the car, while traveling or at work. It is therefore worth considering whether you should supplement your purchase of a first aid kit with a first aid course, so that you are even better equipped. On our intermediate course you will learn, among other things, how to handle wrapping a person, concussions, falls, fractures and bleeding. You can read much more about our various courses on our courses page.