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First Aid Equipment Guide

 

Guidance & Advice

First Aid Couches

First Aid Room Sets

Additional Enhancements

Ancillary First Aid Equipment

Quality Assurance

Guide to First Aid Rooms

 

First Aid Equipment

First Aid Equipment Shop

It is important that employers have made arrangements to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work and that provision for first aid treatment is available for people at work. We offer a full range of equipment ideally suited to the workplace first aid room - choose from our ranges of First Aid Couches, Room Sets, Screening and Trolleys, all designed for the first aid environment for assessment, treatment and recovery situations.

Use our guide to help you select the right first aid equipment for your business or school, and if you are looking to equip a complete room, our first aid room sets have been specially selected by us to provide the perfect equipment solution.

Choosing the Right Equipment


 

The HSE advise that a first aid room should typically include an examination couch with waterproof protection. All our first aid couches are covered in an anti-microbial, hydrophobic waterproof vinyl covering which can be easily wiped down to clean. We have a selection of couch models available to suit your own particular requirements.

First Aid Room Couches

   

Our static examination couches are ideal for first aid assessment, treatment and recovery. They will accommodate most sizes of patient and will withstand a safe working load of 225kg. All models offer the additional option of a hygiene roll dispenser fitted to the end of the couch. 

 

 

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Choose from our range of couches to suit your room and budget

For smaller more compact first aid rooms we offer a range of folding couches which will provide you with an ideal space saving solution. A great option if space is limited and you'd like to fold and store the bed away when not in use.

 

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Fold-away couch designs - ideal for smaller spaces

 

School First Aid


 

Schools are responsible for the provision of appropriate first aid equipment and facilities for their pupils. Special consideration may need to be given to the design of equipment you provide for children.

Our first aid range of couches feature compact designs ideally suited to smaller children with a lower height configuration to allow the child easier and safer access on and off the bed.

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An ideal choice - our low- level school couches are specially designed for children

Our school first aid room equipment sets are perfectly designed with children in mind - they include the low height childrens couch together with a compact low trolley and brightly coloured patterned privacy screening.

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Chosen by us, the perfect equipment set for your school first aid room

 

Room Equipment Packages


 

We have used our expert knowledge to carefully select some of our most popular models and 'tailor-make' a selection of room equipment packages offering great functionality. Both practical and economical our sets offer an equipment solution ideally suited to any first aid room.

All of our first aid room sets include the essentials of a sturdy static couch ideal for assessment, treatment and recovery together with a trolley for dressings, storage and to use as a workstation when administering first aid.

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Specially selected tailor-made packages to equip your first aid room

Also included in our packs are screens to give privacy or act as an effective room partition and a couch step to safely assist your patient getting on and off the couch.

Additional Enhancements


Attachments & Accessories

Our couches offer the extra option of a paper roll dispenser which can be used in conjunction with paper hygiene roll. (All our first aid sets come with this included).

Also recommended by HSE is a blanket for the patient. Our lightweight cellular recovery blanket is 100% natural cotton specially designed to be light but warm. Covers client from head to toe.


Ancillary Equipment

Ancillary equipment essential for the first aid room include Trolleys, Steps, Seating and Screening.

 

Trolleys

Most first aid rooms will need a trolley, they provide safe and hygienic storage for first aid materials and act as a workstation when administering first aid - available in various sizes.

 

Seating

HSE recommended and a versatile piece of equipment for the first aid room is a chair which can be utlised for the patient or first aider.
Couch steps
are designed to safely assist patient access onto couch.

 

Screening

Mobile folding screens provide additional privacy and are available in choice of three or four fold partitions and various colours and finishes.

Quality Assurance

We have over 25 years manufacturing experience with a reputation for meeting the highest quality standards. Our first aid couches and equipment are made in the UK and our equipment meets or exceeds the British testing standards.

Our vinyl coverings present you with a wide choice of colour options. All our upholstery vinyl's are thoroughly tested for durability and are hydrophobic meaning they can be easily wiped down to clean.

 

HSE Guide to First Aid Rooms


The HSE recommends what a typical first aid room should contain. The room should contain essential first aid facilities and equipment as follows:

  • a sink with hot and cold running water;

  • drinking water and disposable cups;

  • soap and paper towels;

  • a store for first-aid materials;

  • foot-operated refuse containers or a container suitable for the safe disposal of clinical waste;

  • an examination/medical couch with waterproof protection and clean pillows and blankets;

  • a chair;

  • a telephone or other communication equipment; and

  • a record book for recording incidents attended by a first-aider or appointed person.

Information on first aid at work is available on the first-aid web pages of HSE’s website: www.hse.gov.uk/firstaid