Ice Skating Training Facilities

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San Diego Figure Skating Communications

First Aid Station

Participation in competitive and recreational sports have associated physical risks of injuries
       Ice skating is a sport in which accidents are bound to happen to athletes.  It is also to be expected that spectators at sporting events may trip and fall negotiating the stairs, and  accessing the stands.

       Coaches and other rink employees should be trained in various life saving and emergency first aid.  Rinks and participating sporting clubs must be encouraged to stock multiple locations at the facility that are designed as first aid centers and are available to designed trained staff and volunteers without delay.

       There is a likelihood that older visitors may experience heart attacks or strokes and successful recovery can depend on the availability of an immediate response. It is highly recommended that a portable Defibrillator be purchased and individuals be trained on how to use the equipment in addition to providing normal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) techniques.

       Property owners, management, and sports organizations benefit from lower insurance rates if there are individual who are trained to be first responders who have access
 to first aid equipment and supplies.

On Site First Aid Station Emergency Supplies

Survival Kits & Supplies

First Aid Kits & Stations

Sanitation & Hygiene Kits

Custom Emergency Kits

Emergency Supplies

Water & Food Ration

Flashlights & Radios

Emergency Tools

Shelter & Warmth

ID & Information

Survival Backpacks

Emergency Supplies Storage

MobileAid Multi-function 24/7 Trauma First Aid Station (31700) "Day or Night"-ready, compact 260-piece mobile emergency trauma first aid kit that meets OSHA and ANSI standards with added features of 2 multifunction LED flashlights, Quikclot hemostatic sponges, and high visibility safety vest.

Delivers the best possible first aid care 24/7, even in blackout conditions. Crush-resistant exoskeleton frame protects supplies from falling debris in earthquakes and other severe disasters.

The AED will be available to the “trained” faculty, staff and students in case of cardiac arrest. It is the program’s intention to provide the best resources available to assist an individual in cardiac arrest providing that there is the necessary equipment and properly trained AED providers available at the time of the cardiac arrest.

5 Shelf Industrial First Aid Station to treat 200+ Persons


     This 5-shelf, 1,720 piece industrial first aid station, is designed for businesses, offices and work sites and serves up to 200+ people. The swing-out door and easy-to-carry handle add extra convenience, and the 22-pocket vinyl inside-door liner adds valuable storage capacity. Meets or exceeds OSHA and ANSI Standard fill requirements.


  • 249-O No pocket liner
  • 249-OP - 22-pocket vinyl inside-door liner adds valuable storage capacity


  • (1) G-155: 3/4"x3" Adhesive plastic bandages, 100/bx
  • (1) G-122: 1"x3" Fabric bandages, 100/bx
  • (1) G-124: Knuckle fabric bandages, 40/bx
  • (1) G-126: Fingertip fabric bandages, 40/bx
  • (1) G-128: Fingertip fabric bandages, large, 25/bx
  • (1) H-109: 2"x4" Elbow & knee plastic bandages, 25/bx
  • (1) A-151: Medium butterfly wound closures, 10/bx
  • (1) I-261: 3"x4" Non-stick pads with adhesive edges, 50/bx
  • (1) I-228: 24 - 2"x2", 24 - 3"x3" Gauze dressing pads, 48/bx
  • (1) B-207: 4"x4" Gauze dressing pads, 4/bx
  • (2) AN-205: 32 sq. in. Absorbent gauze compress, 1/bx
  • (1) M-270: Super StopG bandage
  • (2) B-204: 2" Conforming gauze roll bandages, 2/bx
  • (1) B-518: 36" Triangular sling/bandage, w/2 safety pins, 1/bx
  • (1) AN-5071: 40" Triangular sling/bandage, w/2 safety pins, 1/bx
  • (1) H-410: Aspirin tablets, (50) 2-pks
  • (1) I-415: Non-aspirin tablets, (125) 2-pks
  • (1) I-431: Extra-strength non-aspirin tablets, (125) 2-pks
  • (1) I-435: Antacid tablets, (125) 2-pks
  • (1) H-305: Alcohol cleansing pads, 100/bx
  • (1) H-307: Antiseptic cleansing wipes (sting free), 50/bx
  • (1) M-528: Antiseptic spray, 3 oz.
  • (1) G-460: Triple antibiotic ointment packs, 25/bx
  • (1) G-486: Hydrocortisone cream, 1.0%, .9 gm pack, 25/bx
  • (1) G-310: Povidone-iodine infection control wipes, 50/bx
  • (1) M-527: Spray on bandage, 3 oz.
  • (1) 3"x5 yd. Cohesive elastic bandage wrap, latex free
  • (1) 2"x5 yd. 3-Cut first aid tape
  • (1) B-503: 4"x5" Instant cold compress, 1/bx
  • (1) 6"x9" Instant cold compress, 1/bx
  • (1) G-469: Burn relief packs, 3.5 gm pack, 25/bx
  • (1) M-531: Burn spray, 3 oz.
  • (1) B-718: 4 Sterile, oval, gauze eye pads, 1/2"x5 yd. first aid tape roll, 1/bx
  • (1) M-701/NIA: Eye wash, 4 oz.
  • (1) M-704/NIA: Eye wash, 8 oz.
  • (1) M-707: Redness reliever eye drops, 1/2 oz.
  • (1) B-504: CPR Pack: 1 CPR one-way valve faceshield, 2 exam quality vinyl gloves, and 3 antiseptic wipes (sting free), all latex free
  • (1) A-5009-AMP: Ammonia inhalant ampoules, 10/bx
  • (1) 3" Cotton tip applicators, 100/vial
  • (1) G-532: Exam quality vinyl gloves, 5 pr/bx
  • (1) 5-3/4" Deluxe scissors, stainless steel
  • (1) 4" Tweezers, plastic
  • (1) 40 pg. First aid guide

More Info:

    • Station Dimensions: 19-1/2"x26"x5-1/2"
    • These first aid stations are wall mountable
  1. Park and Recreation owned and operated community rinks
  2. Church Owned and Operated Community Centers
  3. Private Membership Skating Clubs
  4. Privately Owned Rinks Open to Public

The following internet links have been gleaned from personal communications
combined with information from public institutions and athletic organizations/
associations that have a web presence with information concerning team and
individual sports programs:

Athletes Health & Wellness Services

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