Outdoor Sports First Aid Kit Refill Materials
Whether you're on the field, track or court - if you are an active outdoors person, you can't afford to have a half empty first aid kit in the event of you or someone on your team getting injured. The Outdoor Sports First Aid Kit Refill Materials provides you with all of the supplies you will need to as a back up, so that you immediately have first aid items to hand when stocks on your existing kit run low.
Who Can Make Gains with the Outdoor Sports First Aid Kit Refill Materials?
It's always better to be safe than sorry when facing the great outdoors. Whether you are an athlete or a trainer, these backup first aid supplies are suitable for anyone with an existing sports first aid kit that needs replenishing. Whether your need more bandages, ice packs or an extra water bottle, this refill pack allows you to immediately replace anything that has been lost or used up, so that you can carry on practise as normal.
What Refill Materials Are Included?
The items included in the refill are the exact quantities of a full Outdoor Sports First Aid Kit, including:
- 1 x Guidance leaflet
- 1 x Small adherent dressing (5 x 7.5cm)
- 1 x Medium adherent dressing (7.5 x 7.5cm)
- 6 x Cleansing wipes
- 1 x Crepe bandage (5cm x 4.5m)
- 1 x Eye pad dressing
- 8 x Adult-size foil blankets
- 2 x Pairs of gloves
- 1 x Large HSE dressing (18 x 18cm)
- 1 x Medium HSE dressing (12 x 12cm)
- 6 x Hydrocolloid blister plasters
- 1 x Instant ice pack
- 20 x Washproof plasters
- 1 x Resuscitation device
- 1 x Pair of shears
- 1 x Clinical waste sack
- 1 x Compass
- 1 x Reusable pen torch
- 1 x Splinter forceps
- 1 x Sports drink bottle
- 1 x Triangular bandage
- 2 x Sick bags
- 1 x Whistle
An Instant Refreshment
There's not need to buy an entirely new bag once your first aid supplies have run out. the Refill Materials come in a shrink-wrapped recyclable carton that allows you to replace any missing items in your existing kit as and when it is required. All first aid items have been specially chosen for outdoor activities by sports and medical professionals alike, along with being approved by the Health and Safety Executive.