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First Aid / CPR / AED Checklist

Contributor: Safesite • Jurisdiction: OSHA

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First aid kits and emergency equipment need to be inspected at least once a month and more frequently after incidents in which they’re accessed. At a minimum, the inspection should verify that each first aid kit contains the minimum contents required for a kit of that type under provincial regulatory requirements. Ensure that the correct personnel are trained and prepared for unexpected incidents. Ideal for foreman and safety supervisors

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First Aid / CPR / AED Checklist

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1. Is there a written First Aid program or other written guidance on responding to employee injuries at the facility?

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2. Have employees been trained on First Aid/CPR/AED techniques suitable to the specific workplace hazards present?

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3. Are employees offered First Aid/CPR/AED refresher courses on first aid skills and knowledge?

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4. Are First Aid kits in vehicles or at company facilities placed in locations where they will be readily available when needed?

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5. Are the contents of First Aid kits inspected at least annually to ensure that the items are useable and all required items are present in the kit?

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6. Are employees expected to render first aid as part of his orher job duties trained in the requirements of the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens standard?

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7. Are universal precautions followed by first aid providers potentially exposed to blood and body fluids while rendering aid?

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8. Is adequate bloodborne pathogen protective PPE and clean-up materials available at the facility?

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9. Are AED's at the facility installed and maintained in accordance with the manufacturer's requirements?

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10. Is an eye wash and safety shower available where the eyes or body of any person may be exposed to injurious corrosive materials?

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11. Are all eye wash units and safety showers properly tested and inspected in accordance with ANSI standards and manufacturer's requirements?

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