First Aid Kit CSA standards – Low risk – 26 to 50 pers


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Basic Kit – CAN/CSA standard Z1220-17

Low- or moderate-risk workplace

Medium Kit – 26 to 50 workers per shift

The basic kit must be used in most workplaces.

This type of kit must also be present in vehicles intended solely for the transport of or use by workers travelling in places where a kit is not accessible. These vehicles must carry more than 5 workers, and workers must be more than 30 minutes from a medical facility.

Items Quantity
Adhesive bandages, sterile, assorted sizes (standard, large, fingertip, knuckle, patch) 50
Conforming stretch bandages, relaxed length, individually wrapped, 2 in. x 2 yds 2 rolls
Conforming stretch bandages, relaxed length, individually wrapped, 3 in. x 2 yds 2 rolls
Bandage scissors, stainless steel (angled blunt tip), min. 5.5 in. 1 pair
Abdominal pads, sterile, individually wrapped, 5 in. x 9 in. 2
Gauze pads, sterile, individually wrapped, 3 in. x 3 in. 24
Compresses/pressure dressings with ties, sterile, 4 in. x 4 in. 4
Emergency Mylar rescue blanket, non-stretch polyester 1
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) barrier device with unidirectional valve 1
Triangular bandage, cotton, with 2 safety pins 4
Examination gloves, disposable, medical grade, one size, latex free, powder free 8 pairs
Hand and skin cleansing towelettes, individually wrapped (or equivalent) 12
Antiseptic wound cleansing towelettes, individually wrapped 50
Antibiotic ointment, topical, single use 12
Splinter forceps/tweezers, fine point, stainless steel, 4.5 in. 1 pair
Adhesive tape, 1 in. 4.6 m
Biohazard waste disposal bag, single use 2
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