OSHA standards require your workplace to have first aid kits accessible to employees. A first aid box should have supplies like bandages, gauze, wound cleaning agents, and scissors. The specific items and quantities needed depend on the type and size of workplace. Other first aid equipment such as emergency eyewash stations and showers must also be present, too, especially if your facility handles chemicals.
In addition to first aid kits and equipment, businesses must also post appropriate safety signs pointing people to those first aid stations. Signs should be easy to read, noticeable from a distance, and resistant to damage so you don’t need to worry about replacing them often. First aid location signs can be posted in multiple spots, but placing signs on the floor is a particularly effective way to communicate about first aid equipment. Browse the selection of first aid floor signs below to find one that conveys the message you need. These signs hold up to foot and forklift traffic, come in multiple sizes, and are easy to install. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Get in touch. We can create a custom first aid sign for your business.
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