Daily/Weekly/Monthly First Aid Kit Inspection Checklist
First Aid Kit No:
Last Date of Inspection:
Date of Inspection:
Due date of Inspection:
|Sr. No.||Material Name||Quantity||Used||Refilled||Stock|
|1||Small Size Sterilized Dressings||24|
|2||Medium Size Sterilized Dressings||12|
|3||Large Size Sterilized Dressings||12|
|4||Large Size Burn Dressings||12|
|5||Cotton Wool 10 gm||12|
|6||Cetrimide solution (1%) on a suitable antiseptic solution (200 ml)||01|
|7||Mercurochrome (2%) in water (200 ml)||01|
|8||Sal-volatile having the dose and mode of administration indicated on label (120 ml)||01|
|10||Adhesive plaster (6 cms x 1 meter)||01|
|11||Adhesive plaster (2 cms x 1 meter)||01|
|12||Sterilized eye pads (in sealed packets)||12|
|13||Polythene wash bottle (500 c.c.) for washing eyes||01|
|14||Roller bandages 10 cms. wide||12|
|15||Roller bandages 5 cms. wide||12|
|17||Safety pins Packet||02|
|20||Potassium Permanganate crystals (30 ml)||01|
|21||First Aid Leaflet issued by DGFASLI||01|
|Name of person with signature and date who inspected first aid kit|
Important Note for First Aid Kit Inspection Checklist:
- Content Applicable on factories employing more than 50 employee rules prescribed under sub sec(1) of sec 45 of GFR,1963, please refer factories act and state rules for more details. This is just for your information.
- It Is advisable that first aid kit can not contain medicines, it is recommended not to give medication without prescription of doctor and victim consent.
- It is recommended to maintain sterility of all content by changing first aid kit content as and when required.
- Make List of first aider, Emergency team details and First Aid Register/Logbook to be available at required location.
|Contact EHS Or OHC for refilling or replace missing item of first aid kit.|