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What's an AED Machine?
An AED as an FDA Approved medical device that can be used to help restart a heart in the event of a cardiac emergency. AED stands for Automated External Defibrillator.
AEDs are designed to be easy to use and consist of a main unit and electrodes that deliver a life-saving pulse of energy that can potentially save the life of an adult or child experiencing sudden cardiac arrest.
Wall mounted First Aid Cabinets for most work environments. Simply select cabinets most suitable for your employee population and potential injury type.
First Aid Kits
Portable First Aid Kits for vehicles and outdoor applications. Conforms with ANSI Standards for Type I-IV.
First Aid Refill Packs
Convenient Refill packages that can quickly refill expirable and compliance items. Can be selected as an automatic replenishment.
The Full Compliance First Aid Solution
Smart Compliance Cabinets
These progressively designed cabinets hold the product in place, which ensures that your first aid kits only contain the items you want, and none of the supplies you don’t
Smart Compliance Mobile App
With clearly labeled barcode boxes, this easy-to-use application makes reordering supplies virtually effortless.
SmartTab ezRefill System
As supplies are used, SmartTab ezRefill reminder tabs notify you when it is time to reorder supplies and puts reorder information at your fingertips.
Premium First Aid Solutions for Every Industry
Having First Aid Kits or Cabinets at your place of business is usuallyrequired; but having exorbitantly expensive van-based first aid service isn’t……. Through a combination of technology and innovative product design, Full Compliance Safety can help you address your First Aid needs while meeting all regulatory requirements and saving money in the process.
Requirement: It’s often asked whether or not First Aid kits or cabinets are required, and the answer can be found from the following OSHA requirement: 1910.151(b). In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available.
What should I have in my kit/cabinet:OSHA often refers employers to the following standard as a best practices solution for requirements if a company does not have an infirmary: ANSI/ISEA Z308.1-2015 establishes minimum performance requirements for first aid kits and their supplies that are intended for use in various work environments. ANSI Compliant kits are now split into two categories: Class A (for common workplace environments) and Class B (for more populated, complex, and high-risk environments).