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Choosing the Right First Aid Kit

Many businesses are uncertain as to the best type of First Aid Kit to purchase and also what rules may apply to the basic or essential requirements of Health & Safety guidelines. Since 1997, one, ten, twenty and fifty person kits have been the workplace standard based on BHTA (British Healthcare Trade Association) guidelines.

As work environments and first aid protocols have changed, and new first aid products have been developed, the BHTA and the BSI (British Standards Institute) have announced a new standard of workplace first aid kits to help provide more effective first aid.

The Health and Safety (First Aid) regulations 1981 states: ‘An employer shall provide or ensure that there are provided such equipment and facilities as are adequate and appropriate in the circumstances for enabling first aid to be rendered to his employees if they are injured or become ill at work.’

Therefore by continuing to use the 1997 guidelines, organisations fail to be in compliance with these regulations and thus by providing a new standard, employers are able to meet first aid requirements effectively.

We offer a range of firsta aid kits for purchase at our courses, but anytime you need assistance, please give us a call.



Employers are obliged to make adequate and appropriate first aid provision for their workforce.

All our team are fully qualified paramedics, so we don't just teach from text books, we teach from experience.

We offer standard, flexible or fully bespoke courses to suit any organisation.



Within small orgasisations, clubs or even at home, you never know when you may be faced with a medical emergency.

You want to help but do not have the skills.

We can offer you a flexible course to give you peace of mind.



We provide flexible courses for both carers and parents.

Child minders require qualifications appropriate to the ages of the children in their care.

Our courses meet the criteria defined by Ofsted and the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).



We provide basic or advanced courses on specific medical conditions and their treatment.

Courses include:
     Wound Care