First aid for new or expanding businesses

As a new or expanding business there will be a lot of important tasks on your to do list. One thing that can easily slip through the net is ensuring you have the appropriate first aid and fire equipment and training.

That’s why we have made it easy and simple for you to calculate your legal requirement for first aid training and receive advice on health and safety equipment within the workplace.

Calculate your first aid requirements on our easy and free calculator

Please find below our products designed for businesses like you.

First aid training

Emergency first aid at work
(one-day)

This one day course is designed for workplaces where a risk assessment has indicated that a lower level of first aid training, covering emergency protocols, is sufficient.

First aid a work
(three-days)

This three-day course comprehensively covers the practical skills needed by first aiders where he risk assessment indicates a higher level of first aid training is required.

First aid kits

All our kits are BS-8599 compliant and BS-8599 is the British Standard for first aid kits in the workplace.

Alpha first aid kit 

F30601 Alpha small first aid kit

Low hazard - recommended for a significant area with 25 employees or less. 

High hazard - recommended for a significant area with 5 employees or less.

Alpha first aid kit

F30602 Alpha medium first aid kit

Low hazard - recommended for a significant area with 25-50 employees.

High hazard - recommended for a significant area with 5-25 employees.

Alpha first aid kit  F30603 Alpha large first aid kit

Low hazard - recommended for a significant area with more than 50 employees. 

High hazard - recommended for a significant area with more than 25 employees. At least one large kit per 25 employees.

Fire marshal

Fire marshal training

This four-hour course is approved by the Institution of Fire Engineers and covers the prevention and combat of fire. It also provides an understanding of different types of fire extinguisher and practical training for correct use.

Generally large fires start as small fires, often of a size that can be tackled by suitably trained staff using portable fire extinguishers. Therefore, action by staff can prevent development of a fire that would pose a threat to life, property or operation of business.

Fire supplies

Fire Extinguisher

F98302 Economy dry powder

Suitable for Class B and C and small liquid or electrical fires (not suitable for cooking fat fires). An economical extinguisher for use in the car or home.
 

Fire Extinguisher F98304 Domestic multi-purpose powder

Suitable for Class A, B and C fires. Safe for most household fire types including electrical fires (not suitable for cooking fat fires).
 
Fire Extinguisher F98306 Carbon dioxide

Suitable for Class B and electrical fires Kitemarked to BS EN3 Refillable.
Fire Extinguisher F98309 Water

Suitable for Class A fires Kitemarked to BS EN3 Refillable.
 

U02104 Supertouch® hi-vis waistcoat - yellow

Suitable for mechanical work, drivers, tasks requiring high visibility, traffic and security.  Front Velcro® fastening with 2 bands of EN471 reflective tape. Washable and available in yellow or orange.

  F98339 Pod blanket - rigid case

A single piece design for long lasting service with a hinged lid for easy extraction and no endcaps to lose.

First aid kits

First aid kit

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Calculate your first aid and fire marshal requirements

Find out your legal requirement for first aiders, first aid kits and fire marshals with our simple tool.

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