Our bodies protect our eyes in several different ways so that dust, debris, and bright lights don’t damage them. But despite the complex make-up of the eye, it can be easily damaged if it comes into contact with a foreign object or substance.
In this article, we’ll cover the basics of eye wound first aid and what to do in an emergency at work.
In response to recent terror attacks, including the Manchester Arena Bombing, the National Counter Terrorism Security Office, in collaboration with medical experts, has launched a Public Access Trauma (PAcT) First Aid Kit. The kit is designed to support members of the public with first aid for terrorism-related injuries when emergency services aren’t nearby.
In this article, we’ll cover exactly what you need to do as a business owner or operator to prepare a first aid response for a terror attack.
Pet first aid can be carried out by anyone when there is an emergency. If you are a pet owner and your pet is in a critical condition you might be able to keep things under control until you can get the animal to a vet, significantly increasing the animal’s chances of recovery and survival.
But there are some things that only a vet is qualified to do, and some things that are against the law unless you are a licensed vet. In this article, we’ll go through the three aims and four rules of animal first aid, and what can and cannot be done to help an animal if you are untrained or unlicensed.
Cat owners are likely used to living with an animal that enjoys his or her own space from time to time. But when a critical moment strikes your cat will need you more than ever. Being prepared for the possibility of an injury or illness is the best thing you can do for your cat.
This guide will explain the basics of cat first aid to help you support your cat in the moments before it can be seen by a vet.
Are you thinking about getting a new dog? We want to bring your awareness to some hidden household hazards which you may want to consider before welcoming a new dog into your home. Read more about the toxic foods, poisonous plants and electrical hazards that could put your new pet in danger...
An animal first-aid kit contains veterinary essentials that can help treat common accidents or aid in unexpected emergencies. Where some injuries require professional veterinary assistance, every pet owner should own a pet first aid kit for injuries and problems that are treatable from home, or when access to a professional isn’t available. We have put together this blog with information on the necessary items for your pet's first aid kit.
With Christmas just around the corner - we're sharing our top tips for preventing injury and staying safe this Christmas. Our range of high-quality first aid kits are fit for every eventuality to see you through the busiest time of the year...