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Top 5 First Aid Kit Checklists

A first aid kit checklist ensures that first aid contents are adequately supplied, within their use-by dates, and readily available for employees who get injured or are taken ill at work. A digital first aid kit checklist can help you easily record first aid kit contents, schedule regular inspections and identify items that need to be replaced. Here are a collection of free digital first aid kit checklists built using iAuditor the world’s #1 inspection app. Download an existing Class-A or Class-B, OSHA or general first aid kit checklist template and modify it for your workplace.

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First Aid Kit Checklist : Class-B

Class B first aid kits are for a broader range of injuries and deal with more complex or high-risk environments. Check the contents of your first aid kits if they are within their use-by dates. Also, inspect medical tools for damages and defects. Use iAuditor’s powerful scheduling feature to make sure you never miss out the next first aid kit check.

First Aid Kit Checklist : Class-A

Class A first aid kits cover aids for common injuries like minor cuts, abrasions, and sprains. Begin by selecting the type of first aid kit to inspect. List down the number of employees, description of work and take a photo of your kit. Next, carefully check sufficiency and expiration dates of the contents. Then, capture photos of defective items and expired solutions. Use iAuditor’s powerful analytics feature to view a historical log of all inspections performed for your first aid kits.

OSHA First Aid Kit Checklist

Regular first aid kits inspection should be done to guarantee that there is an adequate supply of first aid contents. This OSHA first aid kit checklist converted to iAuditor is used to inspect if companies comply with OSHA’s standard regulation for first aid kit contents. This checklist conforms to the basic requirement for small worksites of approximately two to three employees. Use iAuditor to document additional first aid supplies needed and generate real-time reports while on site.

General First Aid Kit Checklist

An employer's responsibility is to ensure that first aid kit contents meet required adequate first aid provisions in the workplace. Use this template to ensure there are enough first aid supplies to treat minor injuries like bleeding wounds, burns, and sprains. Use iAuditor to record data needed and assign a corrective action to other employees.

Accident Injury Report Template

Use this template to record accidents and hazards in the workplace. Documenting injuries will help you decide what common first aid contents are necessary and appropriate for your workplace. Start by documenting details of the injured person, injury, contributing factors and recommendations. You may also include statements from emergency services, hospital and witnesses. Use iAuditor to take photo evidence of the injury and track the accident location.

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Follow these 5 steps to start performing mobile inspections

  1. Create a free iAuditor account to get started
  2. Download a template above and modify it for your workplace or browse other checklist topics
  3. Install the iAuditor app on your mobile or tablet and perform an inspection
  4. Take photos, create actions and generate reports on your device
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