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Unitized CPR Products

It's exciting to know that you can save someone's life by just learning a skill. Let us help you to make sure you always have the supplies you need when an emergency arises with the most up to date products and devices from our CPR line. From disposable CPR masks and barriers to CPR rescuer kit combos, don't forget to refill with our unitized notifications and single use packs. Always be prepared to save a life!

One of the questions that is answered incorrectly most frequently is what you need to do to be in compliance with OSHA First Aid. Being incompliant inadvertantly can be costly. What do you need to be compliant? Based on federal OSHA Standard 1910.151(b): "Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available." This rule applies to treatment of minor injuries that occur in the workplace. Appendix A states that an example of the minimal contents of a generic first aid kit is described in American National Standard (ANSI) Z308.1-1978 (updated by ANSI in 2003). The contents of the kit listed in the ANSI standard should be adequate for small work sites. When larger or multiple operations are being operated at the same location, employers should determine the need for additional kits, additional types of first aid equipment and supplies, and enhanced kits for unique or ever changing first aid needs. If it is reasonably anticipated that employees will be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials while using first aid supplies, employers are required to provide personal protective equipment in compliance with OSHA's 1910.1030(d)(3).2