DocHandal’s First Aid Kit Checklist

Every home, office and car should have a first aid kit. Make sure everyone knows where it is and what it contains. Below is the First Aid Kit Checklist found in my Doc’s First Aide Guide. You can use it to make your own kit, using a small tool box or plastic airtight container. Make sure the kit is clearly labeled. Restock it after using and check it regularly to make sure no supplies are missing or outdated.

If you have children and they are at times left with a caregiver be sure to have a completed Emergency Medical Care Consent form.

  • Doc’s First Aid Guide


  • CPR barrier mask (face shield)
  • Cotton swabs
  • Instant activating cold pack
  • Paper cups
  • Space blanket
  • Thermometer
  • Sealable Plastic bags
  • Battery operated radio



  • Antiseptic wipes/towelettes
  • Sterile eye wash with eye cup
  • Antiseptic/anesthetic spray
  • Antibiotic ointment
  • Calamine/antihistamine lotion
  • Activated Charcoal tablets/powder
  • Wound Saline Wash/Irrigation


  • Tweezers
  • Blunt tipped scissor
  • Bulb syringe


  • Disposable gloves
  • Candles, waterproof matches
  • Pocket flashlight
  • Paper/pencil
  • Packet tissues
  • Soap
  • Safety pin


  • Sterile cotton ball
  • Sterile eye patches
  • Sterile gauze pads 4×4
  • Hypoallergenic adhesive tape
  • Elastic bandage 3 inch
  • Roller bandage
  • Sterile non-stick pads
  • Absorbent compress
  • Adhesive bandage strips
  • Triangular bandage
  • Butterfly bandages


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