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January 4, 1941

First Aid and Ambulance for Factories

JAMA. 1941;116(1):84. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820010086037

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Abstract

Occupiers of factories in Great Britain are instructed by means of this pamphlet about the makeup and location of first aid boxes, instruction of workers in first aid technic, construction and equipment of dispensary facilities in factories, the value of good accident records and the importance of setting up the system under medical guidance. Samples of forms used for recording accidents are included. The varying requirements of factories of various sizes are recognized, and suitable recommendations are made regarding necessary supplies and floor plans for the accident rooms.

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