News Archive for vehicle first aid kits

tional Safe Work Month - Road Transport Industry First Aid Kits
October is National Safe Work Month, focusing on reducing injuries and fatalities in Australia's work places throughout the year. The Road Transport Industry is a national priority under the Australian Work Health and Safety Strategy 2012-2022 due to the high number and rate of fatalities in this industry. Statistics gathered by the Australian Government statutory body Safe Work Australia between 2011-2012 and 2015-2016 show that the Road Transport Industry has on average...Read More

Public Administration and Safety First Aid Kits - National Safe Work Month
From emergency services to policy setters, the Public Administration and Safety industry has a wide range of responsibilities - and a wide range of workplace risks. Statistics gathered by the Australian Government statutory body Safe Work Australia between 2011-2012 and 2015-2016 show that the Australian Government's Public Administration and Safety Industry has on average 9,100 serious workers compensation claims every year with almost double the frequency rate for disease claims across all industries....Read More

High-visibility Road Safety first aid kit with Warning Triangle and reflective Safety Vest
Keeping a first aid kit readily available in your vehicle is a smart move - where ever you go you'll know there's a first aid kit nearby should the need arises. But when an accident or injury needs treating while you are on the road, your personal safety and the safety of other drivers becomes a big concern. Aero Healthcare have created a comprehensive First Aid Kit with additional Road Safety features - once you...Read More

Road Safety First Aid Kit - Voyager 2 Series
When accidents or injuries occur on the road the best thing to do is: Keep calm Safely pull over, move off the road Do not move anyone who has been injured unless they are in immediate danger or need first aid. Do not remove helmets unless the person is vomiting or has stopped breathing (have one person support the head and neck, while another gently lifts the helmet off from the back). Call the police if anyone is killed...Read More