First-aid kits must be available to address minor first-aid injuries that might occur in the workplace. First-aid supplies are to be stored in containers to protect contents from damage, deterioration, and/or contamination. Supplies should be purchased through a reputable vendor and replenished as needed to maintain minimum quantities. Contents must not include over the counter or prescription drugs because of the potential of access by minors, allergic reactions, or expired medications. Employees may store and manage their own medications.
- Kersey Bars, Occupational Health and Safety Specialist (P) 541-346-0815
- Justin Zunker, Occupational Safety Officer (P) 541-346-0780
- Michelle Gillette, Ergonomic and Safety Coordinator (P) 541-346-8084
- Haily Griffith, Occupational Safety Manager (P) 541-346-2962
General rules for use
Departments are responsible for providing and maintaining their own first aid kits. The kits should be stored in an easily accessible location and stocked with supplies that are suitable for the type of work and number of employees in your area. For more information about the best practices - including a list for recommended contents -for first aid kits, please review the safety sheet linked below.