Bestselling Safety & First Aid in 2020
"Be Smart Get Prepared 250 Piece First Aid Kit, Exceeds OSHA ANSI Standards for 50 People - Office, Home, Car, School, Emergency, Survival, Camping, Hunting, and Sports"
- 250 pieces of comprehensive first aid treatment products. Manufactured by the leading manufacturer of First Aid Kits in the USA.
- Meets or exceeds OSHA and ANSI 2009 guidelines for 50 people. Ideal for most businesses and perfect for family use at home.
- Fully organized interior compartments provides quick access. Rugged, sturdy hard plastic case is impact resistant
- Compact size case measures 8in x 10in x 3in, is portable and can easily fit anywhere. Wall mounts or folds compactly for storage. Easy slide latches securely locks into place.
- Includes Silvex wound dressing gel, an anti-microbial water-based hydro gel for use on wound care management
SAS Safety 6050-01 50-Person First-Aid Kit, Metal Box
- Multi-use first-aid kit designed for use in the workplace for up to 50 employees
- Contains 240 essential supplies to treat light to medium injuries
- Wall mount hardware included
- Metal case: 10.43" x 3.7" x 11.22"
- Meets ANSI Z308.1-2009
PhysiciansCare by First Aid Only 90294 Titanium Non-Stick First Aid Bandage Shear, 4" Bent, Blue
- Non stick titanium bonded blades are 5x harder than stainless steel
- Scissor blades resist the stickiness of tape and glue
- Adjustable blade tension for optimal performance
- Greater comfort, less stress, easier cutting
Safety 1st Compact First Aid Kit, Dupont Circle
- Features soft-side fashion case with zippered closure
- 10 regular adhesive bandages (3 inch X 3/4 inch), 10 small adhesive bandages (1-1/2 inch X 3/8 inch) and 3 butterfly bandages
- 2 gauze pads (2 inch X 2 inch), 6 antiseptic towelette packets, 4 triple-antibiotic gel packets and 4 hand sanitizer packets
- Includes 10 Safety 1st character stickers
- Keep in diaper bag, glove box or purse
First Aid Kit Hard Red Case 326 Pieces Exceeds OSHA and ANSI Guidelines 100 People - Office, Home, Car, School, Emergency, Survival, Camping, Hunting, and Sports
- Made by the number one leading manufacturer of First Aid Kits in the USA. 326 pieces of comprehensive first aid treatment products. FDA APPROVED: Manufactured from the highest of quality FDA approved facility exceeding safety standards for emergency first aid, for adults and kids.
- Meets or exceeds OSHA and ANSI 2009 guidelines for 100 people. Ideal for most businesses and perfect for family use at home.
- Fully organized interior compartments provides quick access. Rugged, sturdy, high density plastic case is impact resistant.
- Two separate layers of first aid for large and small first aid products and tilting shelves designed for easy access and refill.
- Wall mounts or folds compactly for storage. Case dimensions: 13" x 12" x 4". Easy slide latches securely locks into place. Includes a refill order form.
The First Years American Red Cross Baby Healthcare And Grooming Kit
- Deluxe kit comes with an easy-view tote, a nasal aspirator, digital thermometer with case, medicine dropper, comfort tip medicine spoon with cap, brush, comb, scissors, nail clipper, fingertip toothbrush, toddler tooth
- Easy-view tote is great for keeping things together, both at home and on the go
- Includes a baby care, wellness and safety guide
- Excellent baby shower gift
- Birth and up
Safety 1st Stock Up for Baby Kit, Full Circle
- Large hanging case for nursery and smaller case for diaper bag
- Soft grip brush and comb
- Cradle cap comb
First Aid Sign, Durable Plastic Safety Sign, 7 x 10 Inch, Red on White, for Indoor/Outdoor Use
- INCREASE WORKPLACE SAFETY - This first aid sign displays a bright red and white directional arrow pointing to the first aid kit placed below the sign; quickly alerting employees and guests to the location of emergency and life saving equipment.
- DURABLE - 0.055" thick polypropylene is tough enough to be used for indoor and sheltered outdoor environments
- EASY TO INSTALL - Rounded corners with 3/16" mounting holes pre-drilled for easy installation
- WATER RESISTANT - It repels liquids and won't absorb water or chemicals
Surviveware Small First Aid Kit for Backpacking
Lifeline 4060 57-Piece Trail Light Dayhiker First Aid Kit
- Soft Sided Case
- 57 Piece
Coleman Sportsman Waterproof First Aid Kit, 100-Piece for boating
- Ideal for boating, camping, fishing and hunting
- 100 piece kit offers an expanded inventory of the most commonly used first aid components
- Waterproof plastic case floats and is crush-proof to protect contents
- Label glows in the dark for easy identification
- First aid items including: antiseptic wipes, antibiotic ointment and latex-free bandages
174 Pcs First Aid Kit Survival Kit, Monoki Emergency Survival Kit Gear Medical Supplies Trauma Bag Safety First Aid Kit for Home, Office, School, Car, Boat, Travel, Camping, Hiking, Sports, Adventures
First Aid Kit - 100 Piece, Red Semi Hard Case for Emergency at Home, Outdoors, Car, Camping, Workplace, Hiking & Survival.
- THE BEST VALUE MOST COMPREHENSIVE FIRST AID BAG AROUND - With 35 unique items you won't find a more complete first aid box for the price. First aid supplies included are metal tweezers and lancets scissors a CPR mask an emergency blanket safety pins and a whole bunch of other items including pads and bandages. Please see the Ingredients section below for the full list of contents.
- COMPACT AND PORTABLE - Even though this emergency kit contains all those items, it measures a mere 7.9 x 6 x 3.1 which means it will fit anywhere. And just in case it doesn't fit in your backpack you can use the included carabiner to clip it on the outside or maybe to your belt.
- WELL DESIGNED AND ORGANIZED - The clear pockets inside the semi-hard case let you see everything at a glance including the expiration dates on appropriate items and they all have a great shelf life and there's even space to add a few necessities of your own (medicine for your children for instance).
- VERSATILE AND AFFORDABLE - We recommend keeping at least one at home of course but how about one in each car on your boat by the pool or BBQ when you go hiking camping bicycling to events day trips military adventure or on vacation.
- PEACE OF MIND - Won't you feel safer knowing you have the right tools and emergency supplies to deal with all sorts of emergencies? We also include a small booklet on First Aid Tips and your purchase is risk-free thanks to our manufacturer's 100 satisfaction guarantee. The white cross on the front of this adventure medical kit really stands out so you won't easily misplace it when you need it.
April â€“ Pet First Aid Kit Awareness: Be Ready for Pet Emergencies
April is Pet First Aid Kit Awareness Month. Accidents and emergencies happen in the blink of an eye. Being prepared is the first line of defense we have to protect an injured or sick pet. Having a first aid kit could save your pet's life.
Natural disasters, weather, home emergencies, accidents, dog fights, cat bites, or finding an injured stray pet can happen at any time. As a pet parent, I've relied on my pet first aid kit many times to take care of minor wounds, clean out gunky eyes, stop a bleeding nail trimmed to close, and tend to an occasional abscess. Since we can't control emergencies or accidents, it's important to know when your pet needs to see a vet or if you can take care of minor issues at home. April is National Pet First Aid Kit Awareness month to remind pet owners of the importance of being prepared.
Most pet owners know their pet isn't feeling well when their appetite is off. But, weather can play a role and cause some pets to have a suppressed appetite. When it's hot outside and your dog or cat skips a meal or two, it isn't anything to worry about. But, if they refuse food after missing a couple of meals, that is reason for concern. Hyperthermia and hypothermia are weather related conditions that could quickly become life-threatening and both are reasons to call your vet. There's a wide range of injuries and medical conditions that could be considered an emergency and your best course of action is to call your vet when you are unsure what to do. The following list of non- emergencies and emergencies is by no means complete.
Call the vet, but not a true emergency
Sluggish or depressed behavior is a sign something is wrong. If you notice your dog limping, holding up one paw, or whining after hiking or playing, it's possible he stepped on something and cut a paw pad, has a rock or something else caught between his toes or pad, pulled a muscle, or has a sprain. Minor sprains, muscle pulls, cuts, or scrapes can be taken care of at home, but if the condition worsens or you notice increasing pain, call your vet. It could be more serious than you originally thought. Non emergencies include: smelly ears (yeast infection), head shaking, a reddish-brown discharge from the ears (ear mites), lumps anywhere on the body, bad breath (dental disease), a seizure that's stopped, neurological disorders (staggered walk, head tilt), refusing to put weight on a limb, a laceration that stopped bleeding, painful or itchy skin conditions, cat bite abscess, vomit or urine that contains blood, a possible obstruction in the throat, low blood sugar, aural hematoma of the ear (swelling of the ear flap), a discharge from an eye that came on suddenly and appears to be causing pain or loss of vision.
Real emergency - call your vet immediately
The first thing to remember when dealing with an emergency - stay calm. Get in the car and call your vet on the way to his office. Don't forget your first aid kit. You may need it. Your pet's life depends on your quick and calm actions. Difficulty in breathing, abnormal breathing, pain in the abdomen, problems urinating, can't urinate, tenderness around a joint, difficulty in walking, sudden aggression, profuse bleeding, confusion, suspected poisoning (plants, snake bite, spider bite, toads, people food, antifreeze, mouse/rat bait), seizures that don't stop, bleeding that won't stop, allergic reaction to medication or flea control, blunt force trauma of any kind (hit by a car), heat stroke, moderate to severe hypothermia, broken bones, bloated abdomen, unconsciousness, difficulty in standing or walking, burns, eye injuries, and animal bites.
Making a pet first aid kit
You can buy first aid kits or build one that's personalized for your pet's specific needs. A basic kit should include: a muzzle (pain can cause even a friendly and gentle dog to be aggressive), latex gloves, tweezers, scissors, nail clipper, rectal thermometer and know how to use it on pets, needle-nose pliers, tongue depressors to examine mouth, gauze rolls, Ace bandages, vet wrap, white adhesive tape, non-adhesive sterile pads, small gauze pads for cleaning wounds, magnifying glass, hydrogen peroxide (3 percent), iodine (dilute half and half with water to clean minor wounds), a clean towel, washcloth, emergency blanket or small blanket, antiseptic wipes, sterile saline wash, sterile eye wash, eye dropper, a 10cc syringe without the needle for administering medication, topical antibiotic ointment, instant hot/cold packs, petroleum jelly, Q-Tips, styptic pencil or powder, tick removing tool, small flashlight and extra batteries, extra collar and leash, and emergency phone number for your vet. If your pet is on long term medication, you should have a minimum three or four days supply in your first aid kit. Make sure to keep medicine fresh by rotating it. If your pet has bouts of low blood sugar, honey or Karo syrup should also be in your kit.
Minor problems can be taken care of at home. Emergency calls are more expensive than normal office hours and you don't want to waste your vet's time with something you could take care of yourself. True emergencies, however, do require immediate action. If you aren't sure if it is an emergency or not, call your vet's emergency phone number and discuss your pet's condition with him. He will let you know what you need to do.
A well stocked pet first aid kit is so important, an entire month is dedicated to raise awareness and remind pet owners to be prepared for emergencies, have a disaster plan, and keep your pet and human first aid kits close at hand. Know how to use each item in your kit. That knowledge could save your pet's life.
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