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South Australian family owned and operated since the 1960's, St James First Aid is now into its second generation of family ownership.
Starting from humble beginnings in a cottage on North Terrace, Hackney we have now established ourselves as being one of the largest suppliers of first aid kits and restocking in South Australia and are based at Pooraka.

Honesty, reliability, service and price are key to our business and we pride ourselves on these qualities.

How can St James First Aid help?

St James First Aid will assess your companies needs and provide a free audit on your first aid requirements.
We are able to provide all your first aid supplies, ensuring you are covered legally.

Our mobile vans are fully stocked and service all areas in the metropolitan and the greater metropolitan Adelaide.
Once you are on our client list, we will also keep you up-to-date on any important changes to the First Aid in the Workplace Code of Practice that may occur to ensure you are always covered.

Accidents happen... are you prepared?
Make sure your workplace is compliant, or it could cost more than you expect.

Please contact our office on 8349 8063 for assistance or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


June is Nation Burns Awareness Month

Did you know that two in three Australians mistakenly believe that minor burns are best treated with 'home remedies'?

Home remedies, such as applying butter or ice directly on the burn, often do more harm than good.
Simply remember "Remove - Cool - Cover - Seek"

Remove all jewellery from around the burn area. Remove any clothing around the burn area unless it is stuck to the skin.

Cool the burn under cool running water for 20 minutes. This will stop the burning process which can continue for 2-3 hours if not cooled sufficiently.

NEVER use ice, oil, butter or ointments as this can further damage the skin.

Cover the burn loosely with cling wrap or a clean, damp lint-free cloth. This will reduce the chance of infection.

Seek immediate medical advice if the burn is:

larger than a 20 cent coin
on the face, hands, groin or feet
deep or infected
caused by chemicals, electricity or if signs of inhalation injury (blackening around mouth or nostrils, swelling of airways) are evident

In an Emergency call 000.
Click here for Burns Video