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BS8599 replaces BHTA-HSE kits 10, 20 and 50, that are currently universally used in the UK and are based on HSE guidelines.

The Health & Safety (First Aid) regulations 1981 states:

“An employer shall provide or ensure that there are provided such equipment and facilities as are adequate and appropriate in the circumstances for enabling first aid to be rendered to his employees if they are injured or become ill at work”

Workplace Despite many EU states having a national standard for workplace first aid kits, until now, the UK did not. The BHTA guidelines, established in 1997 were in need of revision because training protocols have changed, there are heightened concerns with infection control, and new technology is now available at affordable prices. For instance there was only one pair of gloves in a 10 person kit yet 33 dressings.

Domestic It has become the trend to self diagnose and treat at home, therefore demand for domestic first aid has increased. Customers realise that they have the prime responsibility for their own and their families health and want to be able to treat minor problems on a regular basis, such as sprains or burns

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