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= (WIP) the First Aid =
==First Aid Stations==


=== Re-Organization Notes ===
 
There are three general first aid cabinets in the Hive:
 
*Main Area
*Outside Woodworking Area
*Bathroom
 
 
There are also three bleeding control kits in the Hive:
 
*Woodworking Area
*Metalworking Area
*Main Area
 
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==General First Aid Cabinets==
These cabinets are for general first aid supplies.
 
At minimum they should contain basic supplies needed to fulfill requirements for an ANSI Class A kit (ANSI/ISEA Z308.1-2015). A supply list is included with each cabinet, and re-supplying the cabinets be sure to take inventory and make sure the basic supply list is fulfilled first.
 
The minimum required supplies in these cabinets include:
 
*16 * Adhesive Bandages, 1″ x 3″
*1 * Adhesive Tape 2.5 yd
*10 * Antibiotic Treatment Application, 1/57 oz
*10 * Antiseptic Applications 1/57 oz
*1 * CPR Breathing Barrier
*1 * Burn Dressing, Gel Soaked 4″ x 4″
*10 * Burn Treatment, 1/32 oz
*1 * Cold Pack
*2 * Eye Covering
*1 * Eye Wash, 1 oz.
*1 * First Aid Guide
*6 * Hand Sanitizer, 0.9g
*2 * Pair Exam Gloves
*1 * Roller Bandage, 2″ x 4 yds
*1 * Scissors
*2 * Sterile Pad, 3″ x 3″
*2 * Trauma Pad, 5″ x 9″
*1 * Triangular Bandage, 40″ x 40″ x 56″
 
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==Bleeding Control Kits==
There are three bleeding control kits in the Hive intended to handle life-threatening and/or traumatic bleeding.
 
The supplies in these kits should include at minimum:
 
*Tourniquet (CAT or SOF-T)
*Emergency/Compression Bandage (Emergency Bandage, OLEAS Modular Bandage, or NAR Emergency Trauma Dressing)
*Hemostatic Gauze (QuikClot or Celox)
*Compressed Gauze
*Pair of Chest Seals
*Pair of Nitrile Gloves
*Trauma Shears
*Permanent Marker
*Instruction Card
 
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==Maintenance==
Both the general first aid cabinets and the bleeding control kits should be inspected and if needed re-stocked at least once a year.
 
====Refresh Dates Completed:====
 
*2021-07-20
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