Does a bus need a first aid kit?
Any commercial passenger carrying vehicle is required by law to have a first aid kit on board. This small, easy-to-store first aid kit in a plastic Evolution case contains essential first aid supplies for treating minor injuries and is also available for order with a BC Powder fire extinguisher.
What’s in a school bus first aid kit?
Each Kit Contains:
- 12 – Bandage Compress, 2”
- 12 – Bandage Compress, 3”
- 1 – CPR Face Shield.
- 1 – First Aid Guide.
- 2 – First Aid Tape, 1” x 5 yds.
- 2 – Nitrile Exam Gloves.
- 1 – Pencil.
- 100 – Plastic Bandages, ¾” x 3?
What is a Type 3 first aid kit?
Type III first aid kits are intended for portable use in mobile, indoor and/or outdoor settings where the potential for damage of kit supplies due to environmental factors is not probable. Type III kits shall have a means to be mounted in a fixed position and shall have a water resistant seal.
What is a Type B first aid kit?
Class B: These are kits with a broader range and quantity of supplies to. deal with injuries in more complex or high-risk environments. For example, certain construction or job sites may have a higher likelihood of serious injuries beyond everyday first aid.
What must a first aid kit contain?
- Adhesive tape.
- Elastic wrap bandages.
- Bandage strips and “butterfly” bandages in assorted sizes.
- Super glue.
- Rubber tourniquet or 16 French catheter.
- Nonstick sterile bandages and roller gauze in assorted sizes.
- Eye shield or pad.
- Large triangular bandage (may be used as a sling)
What’s the difference between Class A and Class B first aid kit?
The newest ANSI/ISEA standard introduces two classes of first aid kits: Class A and Class B. Class A kits are designed to deal with the most common types of workplace injuries. Class B kits are designed with a broader range and quantity of supplies to deal with injures in more complex or high-risk environments.