Safetec is committed to providing your company with first aid components to assist in the compliance of the ANSI / ISEA Z308.1 standard, intended for use in a variety of workplaces.
First Aid Kit Classifications
OSHA CFR 1910.1251(b)
OSHA 29 Code of Federal Regulations 1910.151(b) requires that adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available.” This rule applies to the treatment of minor injuries that occur in the workplace. OSHA refers employers to ANSI Z308.1-2015 for guidance on minimum requirements for first aid kits.
ANSI / ISEA Z308.1-2015
American National Standard Minimum Requirements for Workplace First Aid Kits and Supplies Z308.01-2015 establishes minimum performance requirements for first aid kits and their supplies that are intended for use in various work environments. Classification of first aid kits, designating the assortment of items and quantity of each item, is based on the anticipated number of users intended to be served by each first aid kit, as well as the complexity of the work environment and level of hazards.
Safetec First Aid Supplies
(To help with ANSI / ISEA Complaince Z308.1-2015)
Section 6.4 | Antibiotic Application
Each antibiotic application shall meet the applicable requirements as defined in the current edition of USP/NF. Each application shall be packaged in individual-use, non-reusable applications containing at least 0.14 fl oz (0.5g).
Section 6.5 | Antiseptic
Each antiseptic shall meet the requirements of all applicable FDA requirements and shall be contained in an individual use, a non-reusable application containing at least 0.14 fl oz (0.5g) of antiseptic. (Note: commonly used applicators are swabs and towelettes.)
Section 6.8 | Burn Treatment
Each burn treatment shall be a water soluble compound packaged in individual-use applications containing at least 1/32 oz (0.9g).
Section 6.13 | Hand Sanitizer
Hand sanitizers shall be water-soluble with a minimum 62% ethyl alcohol as the active ingredient. (Must contain minimum at least 1/32 oz (0.9g)