How to treat Eye Injuries

We're going to cover treatment plans for different types of eye injuries 👀

Delicate care and quick medical assistance needs to be taken with any eye injuries. By doing so, you can avoid the risk of causing permanent impairment or blindness.

1. Protruding foreign objects

For protruding foreign objects in the eye, do not remove them. Apply bandage around the base of the object and seek medical attention urgently.

2. Eye wounds

For Eye wounds, apply an eye pad and bandage.

3. Dust or particles

For dust or other particles in the eye, rinse the eye with eye wash or clean water.

4. Chemical Injuries

For chemical injuries to the eye, cover the eye and seek medical attention quickly.

Be prepared for the unexpected! 

Don't have a kit with appropriate eye injury treatment? We stock a range of first aid kits and eye wash stations to ensure you're prepared for eye injuries.

Emergency Eyewash Kit

Robust Emergency Eye Wash Kit containing essential treatments for those unexpected eye injuries.


Elite Eyecare Station, Wall Mount

Robust premium dual purpose eye and wound wash station.


Premier Eyecare Station, Wall Mount

High visibility eyewash station


You can also view our range of eye care consumables here.

Need help with your first aid eye care range? We're here to help!



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