We have Disaster Survival Kits and Earthquake and Emergency Preparedness Supplies for home, car, school and work. From our 72 hour Emergency Family Kit for a family of four, to our Car Emergency Survival Kit, to our "Real" First Aid Kit. All of our kits are packed with professional grade first aid supplies. We have been in the disaster preparedness business for over 20 years. As a disaster preparedness expert and disaster survival trainer and retired professional firefighter we have designed kits to handle real emergencies.
Reasons to Buy Emergency Kits and Disaster Supplies From Us!
We have been in business since 1991 celebrating our 21st year of training and supplying schools and businesses and families with real world emergency kits and disaster supplies. We pack our own kits on site. As a professional firefighter since 1984 captain Wayne Bennett the owner, has used and tested the majority of supplies we sell today. Wayne is also a disaster preparedness expert and has trained over 100,000 people in his one-day "Disaster Survival Skills" workshop. As a CPR and First Aid instructor he insists on using only high quality first aid supplies for his customers.
We have also created Disaster Preparedness Checklist to help you plan. Without priorities or guidelines, it is impossible to create goals or a plan for preparedness. With limited budgets, Emergency or Disaster preparedness purchases must often be prioritized and spread out over time. Our Disaster Supply guidelines allow you to do just that, evaluate your current situation and then prioritize. The Disaster Supply checklist was created so families, schools and businesses could measure their level of emergency preparedness. Take advantage of our Disaster First Aid Supply Worksheet below to create some realistic numbers for your site.
In a disaster or emergency, food and water can wait, injuries won't. The priority will always be first aid for your family, school children or your co-workers. We created Emergency Kits with the same first aid supplies fire department professionals carry. We also created the Disaster Preparedness Checklist which is suggested for every 150 persons at your site. After analyzing what injuries you could expect in an emergency, we developed a list of practical first aid supplies in quantities that will allow you to treat the expected number of injured victims that a large emergency may create. Remember, the disaster supplies should match the level of training of the rescuer.
Be very cautious of companies trying to sell you First Aid or Emergency kits that contain products that have been out of first aid protocol for over 3 years. The following, is a list of those items: Hydrogen Peroxide, Alcohol, Ammonia Inhalants, Butterfly bandages, Syrup of Ipecac. Here is why. Peroxide increases bacteria growth, damages tissue, slows healing. Alcohol damages tissue. Ammonia Inhalants can cause allergic reactions, difficulty breathing. Butterflies can close in the bacteria to increase infection. Syrup of Ipecac induces vomiting which can be aspirated into the lungs.