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Trusted by Australians for Over 70 Years

Originally founded by two war veterans in the mid 1940’s, Trafalgar First Aid and has been delivering Workplace First Aid Kits and Products to Australian businesses for over 70 years.

With over 20,000 products in its range, Trafalgar has become a leader in workplace first aid solutions.

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Making First Aid Easy

We make it easier for you to assess your workplace first aid needs and provide market leading solutions to suit your work environment.

From work vehicles, office, warehouse and building sites to your first aid room facility, Brady can help you comply with workplace legislation and guidelines.

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Customisation

We recognise that every workplace is different and may require different first aid to suit its environment. Our experienced product development team can personalise a kit to your requirements. Whatever your choice, you are assured of a quality product that will meet your needs. (minimum order quantities may apply.)
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First Aid in the Workplace new

Every workplace in Australia is covered by a legal and regulatory requirement to have appropriate first aid available and accessible for all employees. In many situations trained first aiders must also be available to cover all shifts. The onus of this responsibility falls upon the employer to ensure adequate first aid is available for potential emergencies that may arise.

Regulatory Overview

Mandatory Legal Requirement

WORK HEALTH & SAFETY ACT

The WHS ACT is a legislative document that provides a balanced and nationally consistent framework to secure the health and safety of workers and workplaces. Penalties may apply if workplaces are found not following the WHS ACT or Regulations.

Reference Document:
Work Health and Safety Act 2011

Mandatory Legal Requirement

WORK HEALTH &
SAFETY REGULATIONS

The WHS Regulation is a legislative instrument that varies accordingto time, place or circumstance. The regulations outline health and safety requirements for duty holders by environment, operation and duty/task being carried out.

Reference Document:
Health and Safety Regulation 2011

The Code of Practice provides PRACTICAL GUIDANCE for persons conducting a business or undertaking on how to comply with duties under the WHS Act and Regulations to provide adequate first aid facilities in the workplace. It includes information on first aid kits, procedures, facilities and training for first aiders.

Document: First Aid in the Workplace, Code of Practice 2016 (Safe Work Australia)

If a relevant Act or Regulation exists, you must follow the requirements stated in the documents. Penalties may apply if workplaces are found not following the WHS ACT or Regulation.

Workplace First Aid Kits & Officers Guide

Workplace Size High Risk Low Risk Number of First Aid Kits to Workers Number of First Aid Officers
100 or more workers No Yes 1 First Aid Kit for first 50 workers.
2 First Aid Kit for first 100 workers.
1 additional First Aid Kit for every 100 workers thereafter.
1 Officer for 25-50 workers
2 Officer for 51-100 workers
Additional Officer for every additional 100 workers
100 or more workers No Yes 1 First Aid Kit for first 50 workers.
2 First Aid Kit for first 100 workers.
1 additional First Aid Kit for every 100 workers thereafter.
1 Officer for 25-50 workers
2 Officer for 51-100 workers
Additional Officer for every additional 100 workers
100 or more workers No Yes 1 First Aid Kit for first 50 workers.
2 First Aid Kit for first 100 workers.
1 additional First Aid Kit for every 100 workers thereafter.
1 Officer for 25-50 workers
2 Officer for 51-100 workers
Additional Officer for every additional 100 workers
100 or more workers No Yes 1 First Aid Kit for first 50 workers.
2 First Aid Kit for first 100 workers.
1 additional First Aid Kit for every 100 workers thereafter.
1 Officer for 25-50 workers
2 Officer for 51-100 workers
Additional Officer for every additional 100 workers
100 or more workers No Yes 1 First Aid Kit for first 50 workers.
2 First Aid Kit for first 100 workers.
1 additional First Aid Kit for every 100 workers thereafter.
1 Officer for 25-50 workers
2 Officer for 51-100 workers
Additional Officer for every additional 100 workers

First Aid Kit Guide

High Risk Workplace

EXAMPLE: Construction, Warehousing, Manufacturing, Laboratories

DEFINATION: A workplace where workers are exposed to hazards

RECOMMENDATION: 1 first aid kit should be provided on site for at least every 25 people.

Low Risk Workplace

EXAMPLE: Office Buildings, Home Offices, Retail Shop, Cars/Trucks

DEFINATION: A workplace where workers are not exposed to hazards

RECOMMENDATION: 1 first aid kit should be provided on site for at least every 50 people.

First Aid Site Assessment

A periodic assessment schedule of your worklace first aid equipment will allow you to identify hazards and determine typical injuries or illness that may require rapid treatment. The assessment should also consider number of employees and work area design as first aid should be easily accessible and available within minutes of the injury location.
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Assessment Guidelines for Workplace First Aid

As business operations are constantly changing to meet customer demands your workplace first aid requirements may also require adjustments.
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First Aid Recommendations

Step 1 | HAZARDS

 Identify potential causes of workplace injury and illness

Step 2 | INJURIES

 Identify potential causes of workplace injury and illness

Step 3 | REMEDY - What first aid is required

Choose the First Aid Kit that is suitable for the workplace

Step 4 | review first aid to ensure effectiveness

Choose additional Add-On Packs to ensure the whole workplace contains adequate First Aid on site at all times.

First Aid Room
Requirements

A first aid room should be established at the workplace if a risk assessment indicates that it would be difficult to administer appropriate first aid unless a first aid room is provided.

For example, workplaces where there is a higher risk of serious injury or illness occurring that would not only require immediate first aid, but also further treatment by an emergency service, may benefit from having access to a dedicated first aid room.

The contents of a first aid room should suit the hazards that are specific to the workplace.

The location and size of the room should allow easy access and movement of injured people who may need to be supported or moved by a stretcher or wheelchair.

According to the latest Code Of Practice, First Aid in the Workplace, a first aid room is recommended for:
LOW RISK WORKPLACES WITH 200 WORKERS OR MORE
HIGH RISK WORKPLACES WITH 100 WORKERS OR MORE

First Aid Room Checklist 

Administering Treatment

Part NoDescription
878008SAM 350P Semi-Auto Defibrillator

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Bedding

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First Aid Room Reference List 

A First Aid Room Should:

  • Be Located within easy ccess to a sink with hot and cold water (where this is not provided in the room)
  • Offer privacy via screening or a door
  • Be easily accessible to emergency services (minimum door width of 1 metre for strether access)
  • Be well lit and ventilated
  • Have and appropriate floora rea (14 square metres as a guide)
  • Have an entrance that is clearly marked with first aid signage
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