Use a digital checklist to regularly check the contents of first-aid kits in your facility.
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A first aid kit contents checklist ensures that everything is complete, within expiration dates and properly stored. Such checklists are regularly used by external or in-house first aid kit auditors
Regular testing ensures that sufficient resources are available for first aid during the critical minutes between the onset of injury and the arrival of emergency medical personnel.
The first-aid kit is required by law to be carried in every vehicle on the road and in companies as part of occupational health and safety regulations. The contents of the first aid kit are subject to standardized provisions, which are regulated according to various DIN standards. The DIN 13157 and DIN 13169 are of primary importance for occupational safety. Among other things, they specify what the contents of the respective first-aid kit must have.
The legislator has not specified testing intervals for the inspection of first aid materials. The testing periods are to be determined by the employer the context of the risk assessment according to § 5 Work Protection Law in conjunction with § 3 Workplace Ordinance. The provisions on technical occupational health and safety state that first-aid materials must be supplemented or replaced after use, when they become unusable, or after the expiration date has passed.
How many first-aid kits a company must provide for its employees depends on the size of the company and the Technical Rules for Workplaces ASR A4.3. The latter also regulate the equipment and means for first aid as well as the requirements for first aid rooms for all those who want to set up or operate a workplace.
In general, establishments in manufacturing, processing, and similar industries must provide more first aid kits per employee than administrative and manual establishments.
The regulations for the contents of first-aid kits in companies are clear. The dressing material and the necessary accessories to be able to provide first aid are to be checked regularly for completeness and unadulteratedness. The contents of a first aid kit may vary depending on the specific requirements and necessities of a workplace.
In addition, it is important to ensure that the box is safely stored in a work area that is accessible to all. The following tips will help you regularly check the contents of your first aid kit(s) to maintain a safe work environment in your facility:
A table of contents and the first-aid booklet make it easier to check that the materials are complete. According to the regulations, this may be accompanied by other first-aid dressing materials. Inform yourself about the regulations that apply to your operation and keep your knowledge up to date.
With a digital first-aid kit checklist, you can easily perform regular checks of the contents via tablet or smartphone - online or offline. With the desktop software, you create your checklists for the first aid kit and then evaluate the collected data. For example, you can immediately pass on the information about missing dressing materials to Purchasing.
By using the mobile app for your first aid kit inspections, you significantly reduce the risk of missed inspection intervals, documentation errors, and reputational damage. In addition to the inspection of first aid kits, the digital tool supports you with its checklists in other areas of occupational health care. Take advantage of the other benefits for your daily work: