The best home first aid kit, with 70 items chosen by experts, to help you give first aid in all common accidents and emergencies. Protect yourself and those around you with the right supplies.
The home is the number one place where injuries occur in the UK, with an estimated annual number of 2.7 million people requiring professional medical attention after an accident. Keeping a first aid kit at home means treating an injury quickly, reducing the damage caused, accelerating recovery time, and even saving the casualty from a trip to the hospital altogether.
Our first aid kit for home use includes PPE and wound cleaning supplies, high-quality dressings, bandages, plasters, and other essentials like an instant ice pack and a foil blanket. The first aid kit for home is designed for untrained people to use, so no matter how much experience you have with giving first aid, you can still administer effective treatment.
This is the ideal family first aid kit to protect you and the ones you love. Order the best family first aid kit UK consumers can depend on here.
Competitively priced, this medium first aid kit will provide treatment for multiple injuries, making it the ideal first aid kit for a large group or family. Ensure you’ve always got lots of first aid supplies with our 70-piece first aid kit.
Our medium size first aid kit is easy to store anywhere in the home: on top of a cupboard, under the bed, in the bathroom cabinet, under the stairs, in the bottom of a drawer; there are so many places. Once you’ve stored your basic home first aid kit, you’ll almost forget it’s there until you need it. It’s a small investment with a life-changing payoff.
This is the kit we recommend for families, housemates, couples, individuals living alone, and anyone who needs to ensure they’re prepared at home. If you’re a landlord or Airbnb owner, this is the best home first aid kit to supply in your properties to give your guests or tenants that extra level of protection that shows you’re professional and responsible. It also makes a great home office first aid kit.
The first aid kit home essentials come in a bag with a handy handle. If you're going on holiday or travelling, pop it in your car to take it to your destination. If you're trying to save space, we also offer a smaller 40-piece first aid kit that takes up even less space in your luggage.
Here’s a breakdown of the 70-piece at-home first aid kit list. Find out how to use your first aid kit in our blog Keeping a First Aid Kit at Home: Everything You Need to Know.
|Pair of Scissors||1|
Used for cutting tape, bandages, clothing, etc.
|Conforming Bandage 5cm x 4m||2|
Used to hold dressings in place and provide support to injured areas
|Conforming Bandage 7.5cm x 4m||2|
Like the smaller bandage, this is used for securing dressings and offering support, but is suitable for larger wounds or body parts
|Microporous Tape 2.5cm x 5m||1|
Used to hold dressings or bandages in place. Its porous nature allows the skin to breathe
|Non-Woven Triangular Bandage||2|
Multi-purpose bandage, often used for slings or wrapping large injuries
|Steropad Low Adherent Sterile Pads||2|
Used to cover minor wounds to promote healing and infection. Low adherence means it won't stick to the wound itself
|Steropore Wound Dressing Sterile||2|
These are adhesive dressings used for covering larger wounds to aid in healing and prevent infection
|Sterile Saline Wipes||8|
Used to clean and disinfect wounds or surrounding skin
|Washproof Sterile Plasters||30|
These waterproof plasters protect small cuts or wounds from dirt and moisture, aiding in the healing process
|Pair of Medium Gloves||2|
Used to protect both the first aider and the injured person from the risk of infection during treatment
Often used to secure bandages or slings without sticking to the skin or clothing
|Instant Ice Pack||2|
Used to reduce swelling or pain in injuries. It's instant as you just squeeze the pack the activate it
|Steropax Eyepad - Sterile||2|
Used to cover and protect an injured eye from further damage and infection
Used for removing splinters, shards, or other foreign objects from a wound
|Foil First Aid Blanket - 140cm x 204cm||1|
Used to retain body heat in situations of shock or hypothermia
While a first aid kit can provide immediate and temporary relief for minor injuries, you should seek immediate medical attention if:
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From our own range of premium quality medical supplies, manufactured with over 25 years experience.
This compact and comprehensive first aid kit is designed for use in various locations and scenarios:
Treat minor injuries and accidents that happen in the home.
Compact and light, it is ideal to bring along during travels, whether you're exploring the city or holidaying in the countryside.
Although not comprehensive enough for large workplaces, it's perfect for personal use or in a small office environment.
Use this kit while camping, hiking, or participating in outdoor sports to treat minor injuries on the spot.
Soft, durable nylon
24 x 15 x 10cm
Steroplast has been supplying the emergency services and healthcare industry with first aid equipment for over 25 years. During that time, we’ve gained the trust of the NHS, British Red Cross, St John Ambulance, and numerous other healthcare and medical professional teams.
Our home first aid kits are made to exacting British Standards and approved by the MHRA and the Medical Device Directive. If you care about high-quality first aid that simply won’t let you down, choose Steroplast. Don’t risk using a cheap alternative when someone’s health and life are on the line. Find the best home first aid kit UK customers trust here.
Customers looking for a St John Ambulance home first aid kit or a British Red Cross first aid kit for the home, look no further. We supply both British Red Cross and St John Ambulance with first aid and medium first aid kits so you can find the same product right here.
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Export accounts for more than 25% of turnover and continues to grow year-on-year.
As first aid specialists, Steroplast has a broad range of first aid kits, each with contents tailored to common injuries sustained in particular environments or situations. We design our first aid kits with our customers' feedback and on the advice of industry experts to meet real-world needs.
In addition to our small first aid kits and our larger 70 Piece First Aid Kit, we offer lots of options, including the kits below:
Starting at £30.90 £25.75
Starting at £35.94 £29.95
We recommend that everyone takes a basic first aid course to familiarise themselves with how to use the items in the kit properly. In an emergency, seek professional medical assistance.
The expiration dates vary by item, but generally, the contents of the kit should last for several years if left unopened. Always check the expiration dates on individual items before use.
Yes, we offer individual components for sale so you can keep your kit fully stocked at all times.
This kit is based on our best-selling HSE First Aid Kit, which was made especially for low-risk businesses to take care of all their first aid needs in one go. The items in this kit are recommended by the Health and Safety Executive to ensure regular businesses without any outstanding risks are covered and compliant with health and safety laws.
First Aid Emergency Leaflet
Vinyl Gloves (pair)
Safety pins (pack)
Loose paper wrap
Wound dressing (large)
Wound dressing (medium)
Wound dressing (eyepad)
Starting at £17.94 £14.95