First Aid Room Supplies and Equipment
|Column I||Column II|
|Item||Supplies and Equipment||Quantity|
|1||Depressor — tongue (25-pack)||1|
|2||Alcohol — isopropyl (500 ml)||2|
|3||Antiseptic — wound solution (250 ml)||2|
|4||Bandage with applicator — tubular, finger size||1|
|5||Bandage — gauze 10 cm × 4.5 m||12|
|6||Bandage — triangular, 100 cm folded and 2 pins||12|
|7||Brush — scrub, nail||1|
|8||Stretcher — folding||1|
|9||Blanket — bed size||2|
|10||Basin — wash||2|
|11||Bedding — disposable, 2 sheets and 2 pillow cases||5|
|12||Gloves — disposable (100-pack)||1|
|13||Dressing — burn sterile, 10 cm × 10 cm||12|
|14||Dressing — compress with ties, sterile, 7.5 cm × 7.5 cm||12|
|15||Dressing — field, sterile||5|
|16||Dressing — gauze squares, sterile, 5 cm × 5 cm (2- pack)||50|
|17||Tray — instrument||1|
|18||Applicator, disposable (10-pack)||5|
|19||Waste receptacle — covered||1|
|20||Record — First Aid (section 17.16)||1|
|21||Tape — adhesive, surgical, 2.5 cm × 4.6 m||1|
|22||Bag — hot water or hot pack||1|
|23||Bag — ice or cold pack||1|
|24||Soap — liquid, with dispenser||1|
|25||Towels, package or roll of disposable, with dispenser||1|
|26||Bottle with solution — eye irrigation, 200 ml||2|
|27||Cups, box of disposable, with dispenser||1|
|29||First Aid Kit Type B (emergency use)||1|
|30||First Aid Kit Type E||1|
|31||Bed — hospital type||1|
|33||Thermometer, low reading hypothermia||1|
|34||Flashlight appropriate for environment of the work place||1|
- SOR/94-165, s. 72(F)
PART XVIIISafe Occupancy of the Work Place
18.1 In this Part, emergency evacuation plan means a written plan for use in an emergency, prepared in accordance with section 18.12. (plan d’évacuation d’urgence)
18.2 Every work place shall be so designed, constructed and arranged as to minimize, so far as is reasonably practicable, the risk of fire.
(2) Exits to the exterior shall be clearly identified by signs.
Fire Hazard Areas
(2) Where it is not practicable to avoid performing hot work in a fire hazard area, the employer shall
(a) issue written instructions with respect to the procedures to be followed that will provide for the safe performance of that work;
(b) show and explain the instructions referred to in paragraph (a) to any employee who is required to work in the fire hazard area; and
(c) keep a copy of the instructions referred to in paragraph (a) readily available for examination by employees.
18.5 Signs shall be posted in conspicuous places at all entrances to a fire hazard area
(a) identifying the area as a fire hazard area; and
(b) prohibiting the use of an open flame or other source of ignition in the fire hazard area.
18.6 Every work place shall be equipped with an alarm system that warns all employees when
(a) the safety of the work place is threatened;
(b) employees are to be evacuated from the work place;
(c) a fire is likely to threaten the safety or health of employees at the work place; and
(d) there is a malfunction of a mechanical ventilation system provided for an area where concentrations of toxic or combustible gases may accumulate.
Emergency Electrical Power
18.7 Every drilling rig, drilling unit and production facility shall be equipped with an emergency electrical power supply sufficient to operate, for at least 18 consecutive hours,
(a) alarm system and warning devices;
(b) emergency lighting referred to in section 7.5;
(c) internal and external communications systems; and
(d) light and sound signals marking the location of the work place.
- SOR/94-165, s. 73
18.8 Where an emergency switchboard is provided, it shall be independent of the main electrical power supply and shall be located as near as is reasonably practicable to the emergency electrical power supply.
(a) if any person commits or threatens to commit an act that is likely to be hazardous to the safety or health of the employer or any employee;
(b) when a hazardous occurrence referred to in subsection 16.4(1) occurs;
(c) where evacuation is not an appropriate means of ensuring the safety and health of employees; and
(d) in the event of a failure of the lighting system.
(2) Where two or more employers are engaged in work at the same work place, those employers shall prepare common emergency procedures.
(3) A copy of the emergency procedures referred to in subsection (1) or (2) shall be kept up to date and readily accessible to all employees at the work place.
- SOR/94-165, s. 74
18.10 The emergency procedures referred to in section 18.9 shall contain a full written description of the procedures to be followed by the employees, including
(a) the duties of the employees during the execution of the procedures;
(b) the name, position, usual location and telephone number of each person responsible for the execution of the procedures;
(c) a list of agencies, companies or organizations that could render assistance in the event of an emergency and their telephone numbers; and
(d) a list of the emergency and protection equipment required to carry out the procedures.
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