Childcare/ELC/Kindergarten/Daycare Kit

AUD 185.43 each
Kit Options


Uses: Child Care, School, Early Learning Centre, Kindergarten, Daycare Centre

A comprehensive kit of first aid supplies required for child care centres, kindy’s, early learning or daycare centres. This kit has been designed for the types of injuries that may be experienced in an environment where children are being cared for. Even with careful supervision, children frequently sustain scrapes, bruises, cuts, bites and falls in the normal course of their day. Providing a safe environment and responding to accidents and injuries in a timely and professional manner are essential caregiver responsibilities.

*Note: A range of case/bag options are available at a seperate cost. Price shown is for kit contents only.


  • 1 Safety Pins 12s
  • 1 Scissors Blunt/Sharp 12.5cm
  • 1 Splinter Forceps 12.5cm
  • 1 Disposable Splinter Probes 5s
  • 1 Clinical Thermometer
  • 1 Plastic Kidney Dish
  • 18 Gauze Swabs 7.5x7.5cm 3s
  • 1 Fabric Bandaids Asst 100s
  • 2 Fingertip/Knuckles 12s
  • 1 Rigid Tape 2.5cm x 5m
  • 10 Aeropad Low Adherent Dressing 7.5 x 5cm
  • 10 Aeropad Low Adherent Dressing 7.5 x 10cm
  • 10 Jelonet Dressing 10 x 10cm
  • 3 Wound Dressing No.13
  • 3 Wound Dressing No.14
  • 3 Wound Dressing No.15
  • 2 Conforming Gauze Bandage 7.5cm
  • 5 Conforming Gauze Bandage 5cm
  • 5 Conforming Gauze Bandage 2.5cm
  • 24 Antiseptic Wipes
  • 3 Combine Dressing 20 x 20cm
  • 3 Combine Dressing 10 x 20cm
  • 1 Dettol Liquid 250ml
  • 6 Sodium Chloride Ampules 15ml
  • 1 Stingose 100ml
  • 1 Cotton Buds 50s
  • 1 Riodine 15ml
  • 3 Resealable Bags (small, medium and large)
  • 5 Pairs of Nitrile Gloves
  • 6 Triangular Bandages


October is nationally recognised as Defibrillator Awareness Month.


Research published in the European Resuscitation Council's official journal “Resuscitation” examines community’s out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest data, both before and after running widespread CPR instruction programs and making AEDs available.

The research discovered that after the communities had made CPR training and AEDs readily available, out-of-hospital victims of Cardiac Arrest were four times more likely to receive CPR and twice as likely to receive defibrillation before emergency services arrived.
"Chest compressions and AED placement are critical first steps in the chain of survival that can be performed by citizens and first responders, so engaging the public is crucial," said Lori Boland, lead author of the study.

The study examined 294 out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest events across 17 communities.
120 out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest events were studied before the communities had widespread AEDs and CPR training available, and 174 events afterwards.

Bystander CPR rates increased from 83% to 95%, and bystander Defibrillation increased from 63% to 77% - with a recorded rise in survival rates.
"This paper confirms our belief that training the public results in increased bystander CPR and AED rates," said Dr Charles Lick, co-author of the report.

For the month of October, if you purchase a Heartsine Samaritan defibrillator, we will include a FREE Cabinet and Prep Kit valued at over $200.00!