Total Fire Protection sells and installs First Aid Kits that adhere to the requirements set out by ANSI and OSHA. We also provide on-site First-Aid Kit replenishment service using specially equipped service vans. Our technicians will check the expiration date of your supplies, clean and disinfect your cabinet, and arrange your First-Aid Kit so you can use it quickly in an emergency.
Starting June 2016, businesses will be required to have a proper kit, appropriate for meeting ANSI standards. Which types and classes your business needs depends on the location of your organization and the nature of the work performed.
First-Aid Kit Classes are denoted by letters of the alphabet, while First-Aid Kit Types are denoted by roman numerals
Classes of Kits – Based on the Potential for Workplace Injury
Class A kits deal with the most common workplace injuries, including minor cuts, abrasions and sprains.
Class B First-Aid Kits include a broader range and quantity of supplies to deal with injuries in more complex or high-risk environments.
Types of Kits – Based on Portability and Physical Environmental Factors
Type I kits are stationary kits, intended for indoor use. Standard First Aid Cabinets fall under the Type I category.
Type II kits are portable kits, intended for indoor use. Type II kit should be used where the potential for damage from wear, tear and environmental is low.
Type III kits are portable and intended for use in either an indoor outdoor setting. Like Type II kits, they should be used in an environment where the potential for wear and tear but they must have a water-resistant seal.
Type IV kits are intended for portable use in mobile or outdoor settings, where there is a high potential for damage from environmental factors. The kits need to be mounted in a fix position and resistant to corrosion, moisture and impact. Type IV Kits are the kit of choice for the construction industry and the military-industrial complex.
Total Fire Protection offers all new classes and types of First-Aid Kits. Our local stock of inventory includes a vast selection of cabinets, refills, burn-care protection, ointment, sprays and eye care stations. First-Aid Kit replenishment can be done in conjunction with another fire or life safety job at a reduced price.