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First Aid Occupational Health and Safety Regulation First Aid Kits Occupational first aid kits meet regulations required by federal, provincial and territorial jurisdictions. For more information regarding federal and provincial first aid regulations, please visit the websites listed on the following pages. Regulations change on a continuing basis. Requirements vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction and are dependent on a number of factors including (but not limited to): • Maximum number of employees at the work site (or per shift) • Location of the place of employment/industry • Type of industry and potential hazards • Proximity or travel time to a medical facility Federal Regulation First Aid Kits Common federal employers include the following interprovincial and international industries: • Banks • Railways, highway and air transport • Ferries, tunnels, bridges and canals • Telephone and telegraph systems • Pipelines • Radio and television broadcasting and cable systems • Shipping and shipping services • Employment in the operation of ships, trains and aircraft • Licensed grain elevators, and certain feed mills and feed warehouses, flour mills and grain seed clearing warehouses, flour mills and grain seed clearing plants • Federal public service and persons employed by the public service and Crown corporation and agencies • Indian reserves • Exploration and development of petroleum on lands subject to federal jurisdiction

Federal First Aid Kits http://laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/SOR-86-304 Order Mfg. No. No. Container Type Type A, 2 - 5 Workers (any one time) SAY106 51200 10-unit Plastic SAY107 51203 10-unit Metal SAY108 51212 Refill Type B, 6 - 19 Workers (any one time) SAY109 51231 24-unit Plastic SAY110 51234 24-unit Metal SAY111 51242 Refill Type C, 20 - 199 Workers (any one time) SAY112 51260 # 2 Plastic SAY113 51263 # 2 Metal SAY114 51272 Refill Type D SAY115 51290B Medium Promo Plastic

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