Medical Services and First Aid: Have you checked your first aid work cabinet lately? Having up-to-date and in-stock supplies at your facility is critical to your employee’s safety!
OSHA states in 29 CFR §1910.151(b), “First aid supplies are required to be readily available”. Your first aid program should correspond to the hazards which can be reasonably expected to occur in the workplace.
Here are some OSHA First Aid “best practices”:
For information on the minimally-acceptable number and type of first-aid supplies for first-aid kits required by OSHA, visit CFR 29 1910.266
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