First Aid Kit Case, 25 Person, Plastic Case


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First Aid Kit, 25 person, portable

This 107-piece first aid kit is ideal for contractors, fleet vehicles, worksites or small companies with up to 25 employees. It meets federal OSHA recommendations and carries 17 critical products including a 4oz eye wash. The partitioned, water-resistant plastic case is wall mountable yet has a handle for easy carrying.

  • Meets federal OSHA recommendations
  • This hard plastic case is ideal for your vehicle. Stay in OSHA compliance and have what you need on hand
  • Ideal for small companies with up to 25 employees
  • You can mount it on the wall or take it by the carrying handle
  • An assortment of fabric bandages is ideal for cutting a finger or knuckle so you can keep the job going and be protected
  • If you need to hang it in your truck or in your office, you have the option because it is wall mountable. Take it down before opening

9in x 8-3/8in x 2-1/2in


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