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First Aid Guides & Books

OSHA & ANSI guideline First Aid Manuals and Guidebooks: We offer First Aid guides and booklets that can be used in a First Aid kit or cabinet, and for teaching or sharing first aid principles. They cover everything from CPR and the use of an AED to treating minor/major wounds, burns and injuries to most parts of your body and even giving First Aid treatment to your dogs and cats. Get your First Aid information in bulk from 68¢ or single copy. ALSO SEE: CPR & First Aid Instructional Materials, Guides, Books, Videos + Manikins, and Teaching Tools & our FREE ONLINE FIRST AID GUIDE

First Aid Guides: Handy First Aid Booklets & Handbooks covering basic CPR + First Aid Steps and Information

More Information about OSHA, ANSI & ISEA Guidelines

OSHA, ANSI & ISEA guidelines require a First Aid Guide. Guidance for immediate care given to a victim of injury or sudden illness until more advance care, if needed, shall be included in the kits. At a minimum, the first aid manual or first aid guide book shall include:

First Aid Guide Areas

  • Emergency steps of assessing the scene and person, calling 9-1-1 or location emergency number
  • Establishing responsiveness
  • Establishing and maintaining an open and clear airway
  • Performing rescue breathing
  • Treating airway obstruction in a conscious victim
  • Performing CPR
  • Using an AED
  • Recognizing the signs and symptoms of shock and providing first aid for shock from illness or injury
  • Assessing and treating a victim who has an unexplained change in level of consciousness or sudden illness
  • Controlling bleeding with direct pressure
  • Poisoning
  • Responding to medical emergencies
  • Chest pain
  • Stroke
  • Breathing problems
  • Anaphylactic reaction
  • Hypoglycemia in diabetics taking insulin
  • Seizures
  • Reduced level of consciousness
  • Impaled object
  • Wounds
  • Assessment of and first aid wounds including abrasions, cuts, lacerations, punctures, avulsions, amputations and crush injuries
  • Principles of wound care including infections precautions
  • Principles of body substance isolation, universal precautions and use of PPE
  • Burns
  • Assessment of the severity of a burn
  • Recognizing whether a burn is thermal, electrical or chemical and the appropriate first aid
  • Temperature extremes
  • Exposure to cold, including frostbite and hypothermia
  • Exposure to heat, including heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Fractures
  • Sprains, strains, contusions and cramps
  • Head, neck, back and spinal injuries
  • Eye injuries
  • Mouth and teeth injuries
  • Oral injuries, lip and tongue injuries, broken and missing teeth
  • Bites and stings
  • Human and animal bites
  • Bites and stings from insects; instruction in first aid treatment for anaphylacsis (anaphylaxis)

The manner in which such information is conveyed is left to the discretion of the manufacturer or first aid book publisher.

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