Stop The Bleed!

Posted by Steven on 6/1/2018 to Emergency Care
Stop The Bleed!

All over the news we are seeing an increasing amount of violence towards our fellow man. In 2017, there was over 400 mass shootings in the United States alone. These mass shooting have left over 1600 injured and over 500 dead. According to The Salt Lake Tribune, the most notable was the Las Vegas Shooting which has been said to be “the most deadliest shooting in modern US history.” This shooting alone left 59 dead and over 500 injured. Many more would have perished if it weren’t for highly trained Emergency Personnel and good Samaritans coming to the rescue. With so many people injured, it was imperative to stop the bleeding to give medical professionals ample time to treat the most severe.

Mylar Blanket - Item: SH77ML

Posted by Paul on 3/2/2018 to Emergency Care

Product Video: Emergency Go Kit

Posted by Paul on 10/11/2017 to Emergency Care

The Prestan UltraTrainer

Posted by Paul on 9/21/2017 to Emergency Care

The Prestan AED UltraTrainerTM provides the options instructors have been waiting for. Combining the most recent technology with realistic features not found on other AED Trainers, this product will excel in any training atmosphere. It is a compact and customizable unit providing quality, durability and affordability. The Prestan AED UltraTrainerTM is sure to be an industry favorite.

TURN and TEST & House Fire Safety Tips

Posted by Rhett on 11/2/2016 to Safety Tips
TURN and TEST & House Fire Safety Tips

It's that unfortunate time of year that most of us need to remember to turn our clocks back one hour (and probably lose an hour of sleep because of it). The American Red Cross also suggests that this is a great opportunity to remember to also check your smoke alarms: TURN your clock back and TEST your fire alarms. Most smoke alarms can be tested by simply pushing a test button—definitely worth the time and effort when working fire alarms cut the risk of death in a house fire by half!

While you're at it, you can also prepare for home fires or emergencies in other ways as well, including planning your family escape plan and preparing an emergency/burn first aid kit.

What are OSHA Compliant First Aid Kits?

Posted by Rhett on 10/21/2016 to Medical Regulations
What are OSHA Compliant First Aid Kits?

If you're starting up a business, you have probably heard and know a little about OSHA, and maybe even the ANSI standard, but in case you have more questions, we'll be covering some of the basics today on OSHA compliant first aid kids and keeping your workspace safe and ready for emergencies.

What is OSHA?

As established in the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets, regulates, and enforces certain standards to ensure that we can work in safe and healthy environments on the job. They also provide training, health education, and assistance when needed.

Preparing a Natural Disaster Kit for Your Pets

Posted by CPR Savers on 2/9/2016 to Emergency Care

Have you prepared a Disaster Plan that includes your Pet?

Click Read More for information regarding Creating a Plan whether sheltering in place or if evacuation.

What to include in a Pet Disaster Kit We have included some links to pet hotels as wells our CATasrophe Kit for Cats and ourDogGoneIt Kit for Dogs.

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