- Ultra stretchy fabric for flexible use
- Lightweight and holds dressing firmly in place
- Nylon and viscose material prevents fraying
You can take all the necessary precautions to prevent accidents happening in your workplace, but they can still often occur - particularly in high-risk environments such as construction sites, manual labour sites and laboratory settings. Minor injuries such as small cuts and burns are very common in any type of workplace, but can be treated and minimised on site through having access to adequate
first aid kits. These high-quality bandages are an ideal addition to any workplace first aid supply and can be used to treat a variety of small wounds.
The flexible bandages come in an extra stretchy viscose and nylon mix material, which therefore makes them ideal for treating those difficult to reach areas of the body. The stretchy bandages are designed to be a temporary solution to treating an injury that is in its acute stages; therefore they are made to be extra comfortable and soft on delicate and damaged skin. The versatile wound bandages will not fray and are an excellent way to hold sterile wound dressings in place.
Hygienic supplies are imperative when treating wounds, as an open sore is particularly vulnerable to becoming infected. Our conforming bandages are supplied with hygiene in mind, so that the victim does not pick up any additional infections. They are individually wrapped for the utmost cleanliness and are most effective when stored in a bacteria free container such as a designated first aid kit box or other sealed container.
Supplied in a handy pack of twelve and in a choice of two widths, you can choose the size that is most appropriate for your workplace or you can choose to purchase both sizes so that you can be prepared for a range of wounds. Wrapping the bandages around the injury is a simple task and can be carried out by anyone - usually a designated first aider in the workplace. Just wrap the bandage around the wounded area firmly but loose enough that the victim can still initiate regular movements.