First Aid

SecurityGear includes a trauma pack, first aid kit and emergency first aid training to aid a security professional reach to an incident.

 Trauma Pack

The Personal Trauma Pack provides you with essential items to treat a casualty following a traumatic event. The kit is supplied in a small, high quality nylon case with a handy belt loop allowing it to be worn and carried at all times if needed.

The pack is small and discreet allowing the wearer to have it comfortably attached to their belt. The bag has two compartments allowing the contents to be clearly arranged ensuring items can be easily found in an emergency. The pack is small and lightweight so easy to take to a casualty following a traumatic event.

Containing essential supplies to control severe bleeds fast, including a tourniquet, Chito-SAM Patch and a Trauma Dressing. The pack can also be purchased with a Chito-SAM 100 Z-Fold Haemostatic Dressing (7.5cm x 183cm), stopping lethal bleeding fast.

First Aid Kits

Our First Aid Kit provides essential supplies for treating multiple casualties following a traumatic event. Each kit is supplied fully stocked with BS-8599-1 compliant content and contains the following:

• HypaCover First Aid Dressings, 12x12cm x10
• HypaCover First Aid Dressings, 18x18cm x10
• HypaBand Triangular Bandages x5
• HypaBand Safety Pins x12
• HypaCover Eye Dressings x2
• HypaPlast Washproof Plasters x40
• HypaClean Sterile Wipes x20
• HypaPlast Microporous Tape. 2.5cm x Sm x1
• HypaTouch Nitrile Gloves (Pair) x10
• HypaCover Finger Dressings x2
• HypaGuard Face Shields x20
• HypaGuard Foil Blankets x10
• Burn Dressings, lOxlOcm x10
• Clothing Cutters x2
• HypaBand Conforming Bandages, 7.5cm x10
• Saline/sterile water x1
• Alcohol hand gel x1
• Breathing bag x2

Emergency First Aid Training

This course is for candidates who require an Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) certificate to comply with HSE requirements. This course covers the role of the first aider, communicating with a casualty, contents of first aid kits (and avoid cross infection), recording of incidents and accidents and being able to assess the situation and circumstances in order to act safely, promptly and effectively in an emergency. This is to administer first aid to a casualty who:

• Is unconscious
• Requires cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
• Is choking
• Is wounded or bleeding
• Is in shock
• Has minor conditions – to include: minor cuts, grazes and bruises, minor burns & scalds, small splinters