Burn Care

First aid equipment for proper burn treatment

Burns often require more specialized care. Due to this fact, it’s important to keep your workplace first aid kit well stocked with the proper burn care equipment. In fact, OSHA acknowledges this and requires facility first aid kits to contain equipment for burn treatment. This could be in the form of burn ointments, burn dressings or other similar burn care products. Besides the aforementioned first aid products, it's also wise to stock up on fire blankets as these can prove invaluable in case of fire emergencies.

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  1. Fire Blanket and Carrying Bag 911-83700

    Fire blanket in a convenient combination carry-along or wall-mounted bag
    $77.00

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  2. Water Jel® Fire Blanket Plus with Canister and Bracket

    Water Jel fire blankets prevent burn progression
    $210.00

    Each

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  3. Fieldtex Industrial Burn Kit 911-98000-99000S

    Cool down minor burns with immediate relief
    $18.30

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  4. Emergency Burn Kit 911-99213-11405

    Portable, easy to carry complete burn kit
    $68.00

    Each

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  5. First Aid Only WATER-JEL® First Aid Burn Cream H343

    Burn Cream prevents infection and provides temporary pain relief for minor scrapes, cuts and burns
    $14.56

    Box of 144 Each

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  6. First Aid Only™ Burn Pump Spray 13-040

    First Aid Only burn pump spray relieves burns while disinfecting.
    $3.50

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  7. WATER-JEL® First Aid Burn Gel

    Burn Gel provides temporary pain relief for minor burns
    $23.00

    Box of 25 Each

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  8. WATER-JEL® Burn Jel

    WATER-JEL Burn Jel cools and soothes minor burn injuries
    $7.90

    Each

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  9. Cool Blaze® with Aloe Vera Sterile Burn Dressing

    Burn dressing to relieve sunburns
    Starting at $5.50

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  10. First Aid Only® Burn Relief Gel, Pack and Refill Bundle

    Use First Aid Only burn treatment bundle on minor burns, scrapes, scalds and sunburn.
    Starting at $3.00

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  11. First Aid Only™ First Aid/Burn Cream FAE-7011

    First Aid Only burn cream prevents infection and relieves pain caused by burns, scrapes and minor cuts
    $4.20

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  12. Physicians Care Medi-First® Burn Spray 13-040

    Medi-First® Burn Spray relieves burns and abrasions
    $4.75

    Each

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  13. GoodSense® Burn Gel

    Burn Gel treats minor burns
    $10.50

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  14. Triple Antibiotic Ointment Pack

    This triple antibiotic treats all kinds of minor cuts, burns and abrasions
    $1.20

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  15. Cool Blaze with Aloe Vera Burn Gel

    Cool Blaze with Aloe Vera Burn Gel relieves minor burns and sunburns and revitalizes the skin
    Starting at $4.09

    Box of 25 Each

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  16. Water Jel® Burn Dressing

    Burn care dressing prevents skin damage and infection
    Starting at $4.38

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  17. First Aid Burn Cream

    Burn cream cools the inflammed area faster
    Starting at $3.78

    Box of 144 Each

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  18. Roehampton Roehampton™ Burn Sheet 95-312

    Durable disposanble burn sheet can be used wet or dry
    $10.20

    Each

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  19. Certi-Mix™ Antiseptic Assortment 220-111

    Mixed first aid antiseptic wipes suitable for wound treatment
    $2.96

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  20. First Aid Only Small Burn Kit 360002

    Burn first aid kit offers burn care on the go
    $14.50

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  21. First Aid Only 10 Unit Burn Kit 440-O/FAO

    Everything you need for burn care in a convenient case
    $37.60

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Since burns are a relatively common workplace injury, your personnel should be familiariz with what to do when a colleague suffers from one. This is especially important since burns require different treatments depending on its severity.
First Degree Burns - soak the injured area in cold water or run cold water over it, apply burn ointment or gel and cover with dry, sterile gauze. You could take pain relievers to deal with the pain.
Second Degree Burns - soak the injury in cold water or run cold water over it. Dress with a burn dressing or a sterile gauze with an antibiotic cream. Blisters should not be popped as these may get infected. If infection sets in, see a doctor.
Third Degree Burns - seek immediate emergency assistance immediately. Do not remove clothing that's stuck to the skin.