First Aid Kits
An emergency situation requires fast
response, but if a qualified emergency technician is not available at a moments
notice, you must be able to treat an affected person quickly and carefully, and
also be prepared to treat more than one person after a disaster. Scenes from
the evening news show people in tragic situations where the treatment of cuts
and burns is a high priority.
First Aid Kits have what you need in responding to a wounded person's immediate needs,
and are available in varying content. Most are packed according to time
duration for a set number of people. Knowing which one to select for your car,
boat, home, or workplace isn't complicated if you have a variety where you can
make a smart choice. There are a number of options available.
For large workplaces, emergency First Aid kits are available in sizes to suit
25 to 50 people, and can be stored in preparation of an emergency. The 25
Person and 50 Person First Aid Cabinet contains adhesive bandages, instant cold
packs, butterfly closures, burn cream, first aid antiseptic, trauma pads, eye
pads, finger splints, filtration mask, and more. Choose according to your
organization or work group size and keep it intact in the event of an emergency
that would affect a number of people at one time.
For general preparedness, you can choose from the small, medium, or large
Commercial First Aid Cabinet to suit your one spot emergency applications.
Blood-stoppers, plastic strips, woven strips, aspirin, cold packs, ammonia
inhalants, eye wash, burn spray, first aid gloves are just some of the items
included in these well stocked cabinets.
National Safety Council approved "All Ready" First Aid Kit features
eleven care packs with step-by-step instructions that are color coded so you
can identify each item quickly.
Providing First Aid can appear to be something rather complex, but with the
right quantity of supplies on hand, and some education, you can be prepared in
advance for emergency situations as they occur.
Remember that First Aid is your providing initial care for injuries. It is also
something that is often performed by someone who is not an expert. Its intent
is to help someone who is sick or injured until professional medical treatment
is available in worst case scenarios. Preparedness is key to meeting all