Keeping workers safe and protected is the goal for many business owners. When those companies have high risk environments and busy shop floors, this need increases ten-fold.
Ensuring you have first aid ready and proper training for employees goes beyond stocking up your shelves with bandaids and flushing fluids—which are also key. As a business, you need to meet OSHA requirements and in Southern California those laws include getting a doctor’s approval on all first aid kits on-site.
There are many suppliers of first aid and safety supplies to choose from in Southern California like CINTAS and SoCal First Aid®, the latter of which also provides quality training along with supplies directly to the businesses who need it.
If you’re looking for an alternative to CINTAS or a list of CINTAS competitors in the Southern California area, because their prices are too high, you’re not happy with their service, or any other reason, consider switching over to SoCal First Aid®.
Here are a few reasons why.
Choosing a provider who understand the unique needs of businesses is key. SoCal First Aid® serves greater Los Angeles as well as San Diego, Orange, Ventura, and San Bernardino counties. The company is fully aware of these needs and offers consultations to discuss options that make the most sense.
Keeping budgets in tact is a goal for many businesses. Not breaking the bank on first aid supplies, but still getting everything you need to be safe in an emergency, is vital. Seek a supplier that offers price comparisons and beats competitor prices to ensure you’re getting the best bang for your buck.
Industry Specific Tools
Beyond shops and factories, places like schools, offices and restaurants also need safety training and supplies.
Choosing a provider that offers solutions for these environments and who understands what’s needed and what the state of California requires is vital. You don’t want to face an emergency unprepared.
In addition to an endless amount of supplies to choose from, it’s important to work with a company that can do more than keep your shelves stocked. Having training on how to use those materials and when and the specific OSHA-compliant procedures is just some of what to seek out in a provider. Earthquake and disaster preparedness should also be part of the training particularly in these regions.
Contact SoCal First Aid® today to learn more about their first aid supply services, first aid kit restocking services, safety training services, and more across Southern California.