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Add-On Safety & Surgicals Pvt. Ltd. has excelled in providing safety equipment and medical supplies. Committed to safety, we created the First Aid Kit to offer accessible solutions. Our goal is to educate individuals and organizations on life-saving techniques. With certified training programs and a wide range of quality first aid kit supplies, we ensure readiness for emergencies. First-aid Kits for Bus Our products meet industry standards and aim to be reliable in any situation. Count on First Aid Kit for responsive service and comprehensive solutions tailored to your needs.

Whether you buy a first aid kit or put oane together, make sure it has all the items you may need:


A first aid kit or medical kit is a collection of supplies and equipment used to give immediate medical treatment, primarily to treat injuries and otherTake enough medicine for the planned trip plus extra in case your return home is delayed. Carry all medicine in their original containers with clear labelsMust-Have First Aid Kit Essentials · Adhesive tape ·Anesthetic spray (Bactine) or lotion (Calamine, Campho-Phenique) — for itching rashes
First aid kit · Blue baby bulb or turkey baster suction device · Disposable, instant ice bags · Face mask to reduce wound contamination risk First Aid Kit Supplies for Travel · Adhesive tape sterile gauze pads · Antacid — for indigestion · Antidiarrheal Get a first aid kit and stay prepared. Or, re-stock your existing first aid bag or survival first aid kit with high-quality supplies



Frequently Asked Questions

A first-aid box should contain the following things-
First Aid Box
1) Antiseptic lotion and cream such as Dettol, Boroline, Savlon, etc.
2) Sterilised gauze and cotton pads.
3) A pair of scissors.
4) Bound-aid.
5) A bottle of methylated spirit.
6) Sticky tapes.
7) Crepe bandage.

A First Aid Kit is a place to keep and organize anything that could help you in any given medical situation. It is good to familiarize yourself with the contents and their uses, no matter how small. Keeping all first aid supplies in one place also helps children learn where they can find the things that will help them in case of an emergency without parental supervision.

While first aid kit supply requirements for businesses vary, the Heath and Safety Executive recommends the following items at a minimum for a low-risk working environment such as an office:

A leaflet with general guidance on first aid (for example, HSE’s leaflet Basic advice on first aid at work)
Individually wrapped sterile plasters of assorted sizes
Sterile eye pads
Individually wrapped triangular bandages, preferably sterile
Safety pins
Large and medium-sized sterile, individually wrapped, unmedicated wound dressings
Disposable gloves

As a first aider, you should not administer pain medications to an injured or ill person unless you are a trained medical professional with proper authorization. Providing pain relief is typically the responsibility of medical personnel.

Where is the best place to store first aid supplies? You should ensure your first aid supplies are protected in a box or bag  This will keep them well organised, ensure you have everything you need in one place, make the items easy to grab and bring to the location of an accident and keep the supplies protected from damage. 

Keep your first aid kit in a cool, dry place out of the way so it won’t be damaged or compromised. However, ensuring the first aid kit is easy to find and use quickly is vital. For workplaces, we recommend a first aid kit  where your kits can be fixed to the wall and surrounded by clear signage, including instructions on their use.


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