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MSA Safety Works 10068529 62-Piece First Aid Kit Reviews

MSA Safety Works 10068529 62-Piece First Aid Kit

MSA Safety Works 10068529 62-Piece First Aid Kit

  • 10 person kit
  • Latex free contents
  • Assist in compliance with OSHA regulations
  • Fits in a vehicles easily

Small, and yet content rich kit; Ideal for home or workshop; Contains 62 pieces of first aid supplies; Includes instant cold compress, sting relief pad, burn cream and instruction guide; Sturdy, plastic compact carrying case with handle so you can easily use it for camping or other outside activities

List Price: $ 17.99

Price: $ 7.44

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6 Comments/Reviews

  • Javi Aguirre Zazueta says:

    i know a few of you are probably in heavy construction in here. have you even had an encounter with a osha safety inspector? if so why, and what do you think of them? thanks!

  • Anonymous says:
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Mediocre, March 1, 2012
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    This review is from: MSA Safety Works 10068529 62-Piece First Aid Kit (Tools & Home Improvement)

    This is an extremely basic first aid kit. I purchased it as I was putting together an emergency kit for my house and needed a first aid kit to include. This was cheaper than a lot out there but when I received it it was really very rudimentary. I probably should have determined this from the product descriptions but it is even more basic than the description led me to believe. If you just need some band aids and compresses, bear in mind this is all you are getting.

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  • zurna3 says:

    I just got a job in Plano Texas and my wife is working on transferring within the JCPenney system. This is a sudden, last minute move. My wife will probably be working at the JC Penney on Fairview (or Fairfield… whatever it’s called) up in Allen. We’ve been looking online and got some suggestions from a realtor and we don’t know what to do.

    A lot of them look really nice online and on google earth street view. However, when we look them up on google and look at reviews they all say they’re in the ghetto and it’s really bad. We have 7 days until we move and we will be getting a place once we get down there.

    We’re looking at the North Plano and the Far North Dallas Neighborhoods with a few in between. Any comments? Safety? Cleanliness? Crime?

    Here’s a link to a Google Earth map I created that has the complexes we are looking at. We’re hoping to get a 1 bedroom with a den, or a two bedroom for around 850/month. This is all that we have found.

    Any comments would be most appreciated.


  • JuJu says:

    I work for a company that uses a large format solvent based ink printer. This company has been in business for at least 2 years and has never had any type of ventilation. The room seems small for the large printer and an air filtration units’ filter, currently in place, has not been changed for over 6 months. These types of printers produce large amounts of toxic fumes. What kind of fines could this company be facing if they are not up to OSHA’s air quality standards?

  • mmminja says:

    My company is reviewing its emergency exit routes. One of the proposed routes has a ramp as part of the exit access. Is there an OSHA mandate explaining what this ramp’s grade may be? ie: 1′ rise to 12′ run?

  • barba uonderias says:

    I am wondering if OSHA states if there is an operating limit for a powered industrial truck safely? I know someone who works in a warehouse and the hours are insane. As in he goes in at 12am and doesn’t get off until 4 or 5am. If someone could give me a link or if someone knows I would greatly appreciate it.
    I meant 12pm (noon) to 4 or 5 am.

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