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First aid equipment

Perfectly prepared for the emergency – with our products for first aid. From eye rinsing bottle sets to first aid cabinets, from medicine cabinets to stretchers, from first aid cases to emergency cabinets... our range has everything you need to make your first aid equipment perfect.
52 items found
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First-aid room couch
adjustable head piece
Ex. VAT
£385.00
Stretcher
1 x folding, folded dims. 1920 x 150 x 145 mm
Ex. VAT
£215.00
Stretcher
folding (folds twice), folded dims. 1040 x 130 x 180 mm
Ex. VAT
£199.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13169
single door, signal orange, HxWxD 560 x 490 x 200 mm
Ex. VAT
from £185.00
Eye wash bottle
with sterile saline solution
Ex. VAT
from £32.00
from£ / 100 ml 5.33
Eye wash bottle
with sterile phosphate buffer solution
Ex. VAT
£42.00
£ / 100 ml 7.00
Emergency wall box with eye wash bottles
1 x sodium chloride solution, 1 x phosphate buffer solution
Ex. VAT
£62.00
£ / l 88.57
Emergency wall box with eye wash bottles
2 x sodium chloride solution
Ex. VAT
£59.50
£ / l 59.50
Emergency cabinet, DIN 13157 compliant
signal orange, HxWxD 1540 x 490 x 200 mm
Ex. VAT
£1,129.00
SPECIAL first aid case
adapted to occupational hazards, contents to DIN 13157
Ex. VAT
from £179.00
First aid case
with plaster dispenser and wall bracket
Ex. VAT
£92.50
Body emergency shower
HxD 600 x 685 mm
Ex. VAT
£295.00
Ex. VAT
£999.00
Ex. VAT
£155.00
First aid kit
emergency eye rinse
Ex. VAT
£67.00
Sanitary paper
white, with tear perforations
Ex. VAT
£35.00
Single bottle of rinse
emergency eye wash
Ex. VAT
£17.00
£ / 100 ml 6.80
DIN EN 1869 fire blanket
made of fibreglass fabric
Ex. VAT
£55.50
First-aid room couch
adjustable head piece, folding wall model
Ex. VAT
£489.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13157
without contents, white, depth 140 mm
Ex. VAT
£67.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13157
with contents, white, depth 200 mm
Ex. VAT
£129.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13157
without contents, white, depth 150 mm
Ex. VAT
£64.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13157
with contents, white, depth 112 mm
Ex. VAT
£123.00
New
Ex. VAT
£105.00
New
Ex. VAT
£139.00
New
Ex. VAT
£115.00
New
Ex. VAT
£89.50
New
Ex. VAT
£34.50
New
Ex. VAT
£10.50
New
Ex. VAT
£9.50
New
Ex. VAT
£7.50
New
Ex. VAT
£9.00
New
Ex. VAT
£9.50
New
Ex. VAT
£16.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13157
with contents, white, depth 140 mm
Ex. VAT
£105.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13157
without contents, white, depth 112 mm
Ex. VAT
£84.50
First aid cupboard, DIN 13157
with contents, white, depth 150 mm
Ex. VAT
£107.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13157
without contents, white, depth 200 mm
Ex. VAT
£107.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13157
with contents, signal orange, depth 200 mm
Ex. VAT
from £209.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13157
without contents, signal orange, depth 200 mm
Ex. VAT
from £155.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13169
single door, white, HxWxD 552 x 452 x 170 mm
Ex. VAT
from £123.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13169
single door, white, HxWxD 560 x 360 x 200 mm
Ex. VAT
from £119.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13169
double door, white, HxWxD 462 x 404 x 170 mm
Ex. VAT
from £139.00
First aid cupboard, DIN 13169
double door, white, HxWxD 462 x 604 x 170 mm
Ex. VAT
from £187.00
Emergency cabinet, DIN 13169 compliant
signal orange, HxWxD 1680 x 490 x 200 mm
Ex. VAT
£1,250.00
Ex. VAT
from £44.50
Ex. VAT
from £58.50
Purchasing guide for the category First aid equipment
52 items found

First aid equipment always ready to hand



All-encompassing first aid equipment is one of the basic and important things that must be available in every company. In principle, first aid material should be available quickly and easily at any time and should be replenished after use. The scope of equipment required depends on the number of employees and the type of operation. Read the first aid purchasing guide to learn more about the number of first aid kits you need.



First aid kits require safe storage



Both the small first aid kits according to DIN 13157 and the large kits according to DIN 13169 are used in companies. In addition to storing the contents in first aid cases or first aid boxes, special first aid cabinets offer a safe storage location. Coming in different sizes and with the possibility to store additional medicines and other medical equipment, they reliably protect your first aid items from harmful environmental influences such as direct sunlight or moisture.



Other useful equipment options in the first aid area



First aid room couches are a useful addition to the social room furnishings. Weakened employees can rest, injured people are cared for or can wait for the ambulance. If the patients can no longer walk themselves, they are transported on a stretcher. Eye showers or body safety showers supplement the emergency equipment, especially in companies where hazardous substances are used. In our guide to eye wash bottles you will find further useful tips and information on the subject.



To ensure that the first aid material can be found quickly everywhere in the company, the corresponding emergency cases, boxes or cabinets must be set up and marked in a visible manner. Whether with a white cross on a green background or in signal red, KAISER+KRAFT offers you high-quality and practical first aid equipment for all areas! You can also read our guide to first aid.



Enlighten employees, avoid accidents!



First aid is often deployed when occupational safety has not been properly observed. Inform your employees about all dangers and in particular about the avoidance of dangers immediately when they enter your company.




When should you conduct safety briefings?



  • At least once a year as a refresher

  • With recruitment into a company

  • When transferring to another workplace

  • Due to events or incidents

  • When unsafe situations are detected


Avoid accidents – with protective work clothing



Accidents happen, but with the right protective clothing they can be avoided. Here in our shop you will find work gloves, work protective clothing, respiratory protection, eye protection, head protection, hearing protection and safety shoes.




Where to put old first aid kits or expired products?



Of course, old first aid kits should no longer be used in serious accidents because gloves can be porous, gauze no longer elastic or plasters non-sterile. But don't forget to donate your old first aid kit! Instead of being thrown in the rubbish bin, your old first aid kit will end up with associations that offer, for example, first aid courses – expired products are a great help here!

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