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First Aid Kits

If you're looking for first aid for swimming pools, why not take advantage of our great deals on high quality equipment here at SwimOutlet. Whether you're looking for a complete lifeguard trauma bag, a keychain lifeguard CPR kit, or you're simply looking to replenish your existing arsenal - you can be rest assured that you'll find what you want amongst our selection.


Find all your lifeguard first aid kits 


It is required for all lifeguards to be in possession of a range of equipment designed to help them in lifesaving scenarios, or to simply tend to accidents that occur by the water. Many people tend to think of lifeguard equipment as rescue tubes, ring buoys, rescue boards and rescue cans (which you can also find at SwimOutlet), but first aid kits are another essential part of poolside duty that should not be forgotten.


Lifeguard first aid kits can range from the portable type III kit, designed to be carried around inside and outside. To the more heavy duty lifeguard trauma bag. Each first aid kit is expected to be kitted out (and constantly replenished) with a variety of bandages, dressings, wipes, and lifesaving equipment and accessories. Many of the kits available at SwimOutlet come complete with an entire collection of first aid contents, making it easy for your pool to be prepared for any emergency. 


If you're simply looking to replenish your existing first aid kit, we are also proud to offer a range of emergency blankets, face shields, shears, bandages, cannulas, splint roll, and more. All of our equipment is of the highest quality, and available for unbeatable discount prices. For more lifeguard safety essentials, why not check out our range of lifeguard rescue masks, lifeguard megaphones, and spinal equipment

Do lifeguards have first aid kits?

Every pool should be equipped with a complete first aid arsenal. Lifeguard first aid kits contents should include a basic first aid kit with dressings, bandages, cloth tape, antibiotic ointment, antiseptic wipes, aspirin, space blanket, breathing barriers, a cold compress, non-latex gloves, hydrocortisone ointment, scissors, gauze, tweezers, and a thermometer. They should also have a blood-borne pathogen cleanup kit and an AED to hand.

What equipment does a lifeguard need?

Lifeguards require equipment such as a rescue tube, a rescue can, a rescue board, a ring buoy, a life hook, life vests, a throw bag, masks and goggles, swim fins, personal protective equipment, a resuscitation mask, an AED, and an aquatic first aid kit.

What is a type 3 first aid kit?

Type 3 first aid kits are first aid kits designed for portable use inside and outside. A type 3 lifeguard first aid kit checklist may include bandages, gauze pads, dressings, a tourniquet, fabric tape, eye pads and shields, cold packs, antiseptic wipes, gloves, scissors, forceps, and a blanket.

What should be in a lifeguard trauma bag?

Lifeguard trauma bags are designed for water accidents and should include: Various bandages, an adjustable extrication collar, saline pads, sterile cleansing wipes, various dressings, eye pad dressings, waterproof band-aids, skin closures, tape, swabs, cold packs, disposable airways, CPR face masks, scissors, and dissecting forceps.