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Dear Manish
Please go through our earlier discussion on this forum about items to be kept in First Aid Box:
I think this will clarify all your quires...
Don't kept any tablets inside first aid boxes... Keep it in your occupation health center anybody need it come and collect from a medical practitioner or paramedic staff...
Still if you need any query left on this topic do contact Mr. R.P Singh. Surely he will be happy to assist you... Do let me know if need of his contact details...
Dear All: Great inputs and participation in the forum discussions... Thanks & Keep up the pace...
Raghu I think you were mentioning about the link which I was quoted above... Do let me know???

From India
Dear Dipil, I’m taking about the mail which i sending to IMA you are CC’ed on that mail. . . Thanks for pull that earlier discussion on this thread. keep on sharing. . .
From United States, Fpo
Dear Manish

A lot has been written on this topic at this site. I am sure you will spend some time in searching the same.

for your information as a guideline to follow certain points are mentioned below.

First Aid Kits or boxes to be used by a first aider or a non medical professional should not contain any medicine into it. The main reason for so is to avoid complications arising out of use of medicines.

It is impossible for a layman or a first aider to know about adverse effects of the medicines hence as a protocol it applies in every part of life. Though people takes medicines on their own by knowing from their peers or based on their past ailments but First Aid Box is a legal product inside a factory or organization and should not have medicines into it.

If a doctor is available in the factory, he can customise a medicines cup board for him and for the Industrial Nurse who can dispense the medicines at the directions of doctor. medicine cup boards are not comparable to first aid box.

If you have any need with regard to first aid kits or First aid boxes, we offer the first aid kits manufactured as per the guidelines of factory inspectorate. Our kits are best available products in India with regard to cost and quality.

We have a very wide range of world class first aid kits like Industrial first Aid Kits/ Boxes, Office First Aid Kits, School first aid kits, Sports first aid kits, marine First Aid Kits, Hoe first aid kits etc.

Our kits are exported to many countries. We can customise first aid kits within the guidelines of factory inspectorate. Every content of the kits is CE certified.


Ravi Singh

Director- Healthfirst Medicorp


From India, Bangalore
Dear Mr.Ravi,
Thanks for your valuable feedback.
If possible whatever you wrote in your thread, please send me the valid proof for my reference and knowledge.
I am waiting for your valuable and informative feedback.
Thanks & Regards.

From India, Mumbai
Dear manish

Please find below the authorised contents of the first aid kits.


Equipment required for a First-Aid box or cupboard

[See Regulation 101 (3)]

(i) Twenty-four small sterilized dressings.

(ii) Twelve medium size sterilized dressings.

(iii) Twelve large size sterilized dressings.

(iv) Twelve large size sterilized burn dressings.

(v) Twelve (15 gin) packets of sterilized cotton wool.

(vi) One (200 ml) bottle of cetrimide solution (1 per cent) or a suitable antiseptic solution.

(vii) One (200 ml) bottle of mercurochrome (2 per cent) solution in water. (viii) One (200 ml) bottle of sal-volatile having the dose and mode of administration indicated on the label.

(ix) One pair of scissors.

(x) One roll of adhesive plaster (6 cm x 1 in).

(xi) Two roll of adhesive plaster (2 cm. x 1 in).

(xii) Twelve pieces of sterilized eye pads in separate sealed packets.

(xiii) A bottle containing 100 tablets (each of 325 mg.) of aspirin or any other analgesic).

(xiv) One polythene wash bottle (500 cc) for washing eyes.

(xv) Twelve roller bandages 10 cm. wide.

(xvi) Twelve roller bandages 5 cm wide.

(xvii) Six triangular bandages.

(xviii) One tourniquet.

(xix) A supply of suitable splints.

(xx) Two packets of safety pins.

(xxi) Kidney tray.

(xxii) A snake-bite lancet.

(xxiii) One (30 ml) bottle containing potassium permangenate crystals.

(xxiv) One copy of first-aid leaflet issued by the Directorate General of Factory Advice Service and Labour Institutes, Government of India, Bombay.


Ravi Singh

From India, Bangalore
Dear Ravi Singh,
Thanks for your input's and clear reply for Mr.Manish query as per act.
Dear Manish,
See the attached pdf file of Factory Act part VI - Regulation 101 (3) for first aid box contents already Mr.Ravi shared the same in previous reply as well.
For more info regarding your query follow the link The Factories Act, Chapter - I

From United States, Fpo

Attached Files
File Type: pdf Factory Act part VI - Regulation 101 (3).pdf (55.3 KB, 332 views)

Dear Seniors,
TO add to the replies provided, No medicines shall be kept other than what is prescribed in the FA. Particularly no orals are admitted as people may consume it on their own and will lead to trouble incase of adverse allergic reaction or so any...
Kindly let me know any retraining is mandated by Factories Act or other regulation for the first aid treated people. Any stipulation is recommended by Factories Act for the number of people to be trained on First Aid? Kindly let me knw.

From India, Madras
Hi as per Gujarat Factory rules, one may include Aspirin or any other suitable analgesic in first aid kit. Please refer
With Regards
Mayank Shah
Grannus first aid

From India, Mumbai
Hi All, Can you please suggest someone who conduct first aid training in noida sector 63 FOC or with less chargs. Regards Munendra Kumar
From India, Delhi
Hi Sir's,
Can anyone please suggest, what should be filled in first aid box as per factories act in manufacturing companies. Becoz I am new to this HR field, pursuing MBA in HR & Working as well in HR & Admin Dept. now, if you suggest me it will helpful for me to handle activities in company.
Please do the needful.
Sunanda J P

From India, Bengaluru

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