No.1 Camping and Survival Gear Company Releases First Aid Kit Perfect for Office Use
Woodbridge, United States – September 25, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —
Disaster preparedness should extend beyond the comforts of one’s home. Being prepared for a worst-case scenario should extend to your vehicle and workplace.
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), business owners and managers must ensure that their business establishments have a first aid kit sizable enough to cover the number of employees. The kit should meet the required standards set by OSHA and should be able to cover the number of employees in the place. In sizable organizations where there are a number of operations and employees, additional first aid kits should be placed . The number of supplies should be proportional to the number of personnel.
“People tend to focus on their homes and adventure packs not realizing that their workplace ice could pose a threat to their safety,” said Surviveware co-founder Amanda Condry. “Adults spend about one-third of their lives at work. With varying levels of risks and potential for injuries, one can never tell when a slip, cut, or even a fall could disable or threaten the life of an employee.” Therefore, having a first aid kit easily on hand in the workplace is essential to ensure that immediate care is available in case of an accident.
Seeing the need for an expanded first aid kit that contains all the necessary supplies for responding to a wide range of injuries, Surviveware, maker of high-quality survival and camping gear, has released its newest product: Large First Aid Kit.
“Our Large First Aid Kit is packed with 200-life-saving supplies stored into one large 600D polyester bag,” continued Amanda. “The polyester is water-resistant , in order to keep the supplies fresh and safe from moisture. Each item is encased in a laminate bag that protects the medical items.”
One of the key features of this large first aid kit is its MOLLE system. This system makes it ideal to attachg it to any compatible strap systems or surfaces. “We understand that work sometimes extends outside of the office. Hence, the MOLLE system allows the kit to be stored behind the car seat and headrest. This feature makes it easier to access the kit during car accidents and fieldwork mishaps,” Amanda added.
As accidents usually instill panic and stress in the individuals involved, it is important to add a feature that lessens the possibility of mistakes during the aftermath of a disaster. Putting this issue into consideration, Surviveware added labeled compartments to house each item into the first aid kit. The labels make it easy to locate the supplies needed. It also helps organize the items and keep them in place.
Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit has enough space to accommodate added personal items, such as over-the-counter pain medications, prescription medications, and other creams for treating allergic reactions. It also contains an advanced first aid handbook to help users during an emergency.
It pays to invest in the overall safety of one’s workplace. Secure your office’s safety and buy Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit today.
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