Product images

 

Buy this product

£98.00 (ex VAT) £117.60 (inc VAT)

  • In stock
  •  
 

Description

The Critical Injury Pack contains advanced first aid products, designed to treat bleeding injuries that are life threatening. The pack may be provided where the risk of severe bleeding injuries has been identified to supplement first aid kits conforming to the British Standard (BS 8599-1:2019).

What’s it for?

Suitable to treat injuries to employees or the public resulting from acts of terrorism or other mass casualty incidents as well as workplaces using dangerous machinery or sharp instruments, cutting equipment, power tools, construction, agriculture and forestry.

How many are needed?

Employers should take into consideration the maximum number of people on site at any one time, each pack is designed to treat one person.

Can anyone use this kit?

Employees responsible for the delivery of first aid in the workplace need to be trained on the use of this pack and its contents, specifically the haemostatic dressings and tourniquet.

Robust first aid kit

The long lasting and robust pouch of ripstop polyester gives durability and minimises tearing. The pouch is PVC backed offering some water resistance. The tough handle withstands constant use and carrying of heavy contents, also making it easy to carry to the casualty.

Easily accessible

With D rings for attaching extra items outside and zipped compartments with mesh pockets, the Zenith first aid kit allows for easy identification of supplies. It can be sealed to protect the contents and a reflective strip ensures that it can always seen in dark environments.

Contents

F06154 Disposable heat retaining adult foil blanket 1
F10351 Black combat application C-A-T® tourniquet 1
F11931-GRE Green tuff-kut scissors 1
F12634-L Nitrile powder-free disposable gloves (pair) 2
F90019 Traumafix dressing 15X18CM 2
F90735 Haemostatic dressing 2
P95152K First aid in an emergency booklet – 2016 1

Navigation

See more products in:

Also in Workplace kits

 

St. John Supplies site navigation

St. John Ambulance navigation