Our unitized first aid kits divide medication, creams, and bandages into individual, premeasured units, taking the guesswork out of how much gauze wrap or first aid cream a wound may require. When there’s a minor accident, simply use one of whatever you need, whether it’s one tube of burn cream, one antiseptic towelette, or one adhesive bandage. These smaller units of first aid supplies are conveniently grouped and packaged into larger, color-coded boxes, simplifying identification and inventory upkeep. The larger boxes are also wrapped in clear plastic and stored in rugged, 20-gauge steel cases with neoprene gaskets to keep contents fresh and dry. Additional storage case features include smooth rounded corners, built-in wall-mount brackets, interior dividers to better organize the supplies, and inside labels printed with first aid instructions. All four of our unitized kits meet the manufacturing and packaging requirements as specified by the FDA Good Manufacturing Practices and ANSI Z308.1-1978 requirements for lot numbers and expiration dates.
Contents: 2 Adhesive Strips, Plastic, Box of 16; 1 Fabric Strips, X-Large, Box of 6; 1 Knuckle Bandages, Box of 8; 1 Fingertip Bandages, Box of 10; 1 Major Wound Bandage/Compress With Examination Gloves; 1 Gauze Pad, 3”, Box of 4; 1 Triangular Bandage, Pressed, Sterile, 40” x 40” x 56”; 1 Eye Flush (1 oz.), Pads, & Strips; 1 Adhesive Tape, 1/2” x 5 yds.; 2 Antiseptic Towelettes, Box of 10; 1 ABT First Aid/Burn Cream, 0.5g packets, Box of 12; 1 Hydrocortisone Cream, 0.5g packets, Box of 12; 1 Poison Plant Treatment Unit; 1 Sting Relief Wipes, Box of 10; 1 Cold Pack; 1 Microshield Mask; 4 Nitrile Gloves, (ea.); 1 Spill Cleanup Pack; 1 BBP Protection App. Kit.
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