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Restaurant & Food Industries Deluxe First Aid Kit

Restaurant & Food Industries Deluxe First Aid Kit -




Restaurant & Food Industries Deluxe First Aid Kit CSS025 $299.93



Meets many regulations while exceeding minimum requirements with extra burn dressigns, burn treatment creams, detectable adhesive bandages, and much more…

  • Dimensions: 15”W x 10.5”H x 5″D
  • Material: Metal cabinet
  • Colors: white
  • Weight: 18 lbs.



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New Brunswick Workplace First Aid Kit




New Brunswick Workplace First Aid Kit NB001N $79.93





Kit Included:

One Black Paramed
One Plastic Tweezers
One 12 Assorted Safety Pins
Two Conform gauze bandage 4″
Two Elastic Wrap Band. 3″
Twelve Antiseptic Wipes
Two Non Adherent 2 x 3
Tow Non Adherent 3 x 4
Two 1 x 5 Cloth Tape
Six Triangular Bandage
Twelve 3/4 x 3 Plastic Adhesive Bandage
Six Sugar Packet (1)
One Hydrogen Peroxide 100 ml
One Silver Rescue Blanket
Twelve Hand Cleansing Towelettes (1)
One 3″ Cotton Applicators (12)
Six Vinyl Glove medium – PF (1 PR)
Five Gauze Pads 3″ x 3″
Four Gauze Pads 4″ x 4″
Three Gauze Pads 2 x 2
Four Pressure Bandage 4″
One FAC Accident Record Book
One FAC Quick Guide
Six 8×10 Trauma Dressing
One P.E.G. Lotion
Three Emesis Bag 9 x 12
Four Burn dressing 4×4 Jelonet
One CPR Mask with One Way Valve
One Large Flat bag Red


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First Responder First Aid Kit





First Responder First Aid Kit S4U001 in a personal Carry Case $8.96




Kit Included:

Two Antiseptic Wipes
One 5 Fold Instruction Card
Two 3/4 x 3 Plastic Adhesive Bandages
Three 1″ Plastic Adhesive Strips
One Vinyl Gloves Large – 1 Pair
One Triangular Bandage
One CPR Mask with One Way Valve
One Med Flat bag Red


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Safety Instructors Needed

Are you interested in keeping your first aid skills at a high level? Do you enjoy sharing your knowledge? We are always looking for competent, dedicated people who would like to earn extra income while helping to educate the public and referring students.

Safety 4 You is looking for good people to join us and become a Red Cross First Aid Instructor. This person must be willing to take a Red Cross First Aid Instructor Course from one of our instructor trainers. This course will take approximately 4 days over two weekends in the Perth Andover, New Brunswick area. This course will cost $350.00 and when complete will allow the individual to teach many of the safety courses offered by Red Cross. This course fee will cover all the instruction and course material needed to become an effective instructor with Red Cross

We are looking for strong candidate to join our Instructional Team as an Instructor. Our ideal candidate will have strong leadership and organizational skills with the ability to work effectively with our team. Instructor Development Program trains and certifies Instructors to organize and deliver First Aid & CPR, AED, Rescue and many other courses. The Instructor Development Program trains Instructors to apply an individualized approach focusing on injury prevention, learning styles and a variety of instructional techniques that consider the abilities, ages and needs of each candidate. Our First Aid & CPR Instructors are trained to encourage each participant’s personal rate of achievement, recognizing this will vary from one person to the next.

Participants are expected to have finely tuned their first aid and CPR technical skills. Therefore, this course focuses on how to teach and facilitate and not on learning first aid and CPR skills. But if first aid and CPR technical training is required we can work with the right individual to achieve this.

Safety 4 You is looking to use these Red Cross First Aid Instructors to teach a variet of various safety courses in certain areas. The main Red Cross course that will be taught is Red Cross First Aid Course and Red Cross Workplace First Aid in the following surrounding areas.

Nackawic, New Brunswick
Woodstock, New Brunswick
Hartland, New Brunswick
Florenceville, New Brunswick
Perth Andover, New Brunswick
Grand Falls, New Brunswick
Plaster Rock, New Brunswick
St. Leonard, New Brunswick
St. Andre, New Brunswick
Edmundston, New Brunswick

Click here for more information on becoming and instructor

How Does An AED – Automated External Defibrillator Work?

An AED is programmed to tell rescuers exactly what to do using voice and visual prompts. Rescuers attach adhesive electrode pads to the person’s chest. Through these electrodes, the AED is designed to automatically analyze the electrical activity of the heart to determine if a “shockable” rhythm is present. An AED is so easy to use even untrained school children can operate one quickly and correctly. [1]

With voice prompts and pictures the AED guides rescuers through the resuscitation process, advising when to give CPR. If the AED determines the person’s heart needs a shock, it tells rescuers to stand back so a shock can be safely given through the adhesive electrode pads affixed to the person’s chest. (Note: Some AED models will tell the user to push a button to shock and then ‘stand clear’ of the victim, while others are fully automatic and will automatically give the shock after giving rescuers a ‘stand clear’ warning.)

The delivery of an electrical shock to a heart experiencing SCA briefly stops all electrical activity in the heart. This brief break from the previous electrical chaos can be enough for the heart to restart with a normal rhythm.

Not everyone can be saved from SCA, even with defibrillation. But early defibrillation, especially when delivered within three to five minutes of a person’s collapse from SCA, does provide the best chance for survival.

It’s that simple.

What is an AED – Automated External Defibrillator

AED, or automated external defibrillator, are small electronic devices that were designed to allow minimally-trained people to provide lifesaving defibrillation (electric shock to the heart) to victims of sudden cardiac arrest.

Unlike the defibrillators seen on medical TV shows, AEDs are small, lightweight and very easy to operate. They are about the size of a lunch box and have adhesive electrode pads that rescuers attach to the person’s chest.

An AED is very simple to use yet houses the same sophisticated defibrillation technology relied on by emergency medical services personnel and physicians.

LUCAS 2 Chest Compression System CPR Assist


The LUCAS® Chest Compression System is designed to help improve outcomes of sudden cardiac arrest victims and improve operations for medical responders. Performing at least 100 compressions per minute and 2” of depth, LUCAS can be deployed quickly with minimal interruption to patient care.



Link to LUCAS 2 Chest Compression System CPR Assist Product Information – PDF File

Link to LUCAS 2 Chest Compression System CPR Assist User Manual – PDF Files