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First Aid Kit Monthly Inspection Checklist

First Aid Kit Monthly Inspection Checklist is a comprehensive list of items to inspect and maintain in first aid kits. It includes items such as bandages, antiseptic, gauze, adhesive tape, splints, and more. This checklist helps ensure that first aid kits are always stocked and ready for use in an emergency.

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Wound cleaner/ antiseptic (50ml/ 100ml).
Cleaning swabs 1 packet.
Sterile Gauze (2 x 5) 1pair
Forceps 1 pair
Scissors 1 Pairs
Safety pins 1 set.
Disposable Triangular bandages 5 pairs.
Roller bandages (75mm x 5M) 6 rolls.
Roller bandages (100mm x 5M) 6 rolls.
Elastic adhesive (25mm x 3M) 1 roll.
Adhesive dressing trips (20) 1 packet.
Straight splints 3pairs
2pairs large, 2pairs medium disposable latex gloves.
CPR Mouthpiece 2 pairs
First Aid dressings (100mm x 75mm) 6pairs
First Aid dressings (100mm x 200mm) 6 pairs
Cervical collar 1 pair.
Burning dressing 1 pair.
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A First Aid Kit Monthly Inspection Checklist is an easy to use tool that helps individuals and organizations ensure that their first aid kits are properly stocked and organized. This checklist ensures that all items in the kit are in proper working order and that nothing has expired. It also helps to ensure that any outdated items have been replaced and that the kit is always ready for use in the event of an emergency. This checklist is a great way to keep first aid kits up to date and ready for use in any emergency.
Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.