Merrymakers Advised to Keep First Aid Kits at the Ready for Holiday-Related Accidents

Falls and Slips, One of the Common Festive Injuries

Woodbridge, United States - December 14, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

The start of the yuletide season is a time for merriment, celebrations, and connecting with loved ones. And according to experts, accidents are particularly high this time of year.

In a 2015 report, authorities noted that one of the leading causes of holiday accidents is slipping on icy roads and pavements, perhaps after too much eggnog. Tripping over ornaments, string lights, and other decorations is also a prominent incident during the holiday season. These mishaps can cause strains, sprains, or broken bones.

Founder of First Aid for Life, a first aid training service provider, Emma Hammett, said that most of these holiday injuries can be treated at home. However, bystanders and first responders should check for discoloration, unusual limb angles, extreme tenderness, and signs of broken bones as these warrant a trip to the E.R.

To ensure that homeowners and holiday hosts can treat these minor injuries, emergency experts suggest having a first aid kit at home. It should contain supplies to treat a myriad of home accidents and emergencies.

Surviveware’s Small First Aid Kit is one such kit recommended by safety experts for homeowners. The unique features of this first aid kit enable it to transition from the trail to the home with ease.

The kit, which is available on Amazon Prime, includes 100 high-quality supplies to treat common wounds and injuries, such as bandages, adhesives, steri-strips, and cleansing wipes. The kit also contains splinter probes, tweezers, trauma shears, triangular bandages, a removable CPR kit, cleansing and sting relief wipes, and a first aid guide.

Surviveware’s Small First Aid Kit situates well within kitchen cabinets and drawers. The body of the kit is made from 600D polyester fabric, a strong material that won’t break or tear easily and can withstand spills and water splashes. Unlike plastic kits, polyester fabric is lightweight and flexible.

One of the trademarks of Surviveware’s first aid kit is its organization. The bag boasts labeled compartments that can help kit owners, first responders, and bystanders locate needed items quickly. This feature is essential, especially during critical situations, when a responder may panic and need a little guidance. As an added bonus, the labeled compartments also help in identifying which items need to be replenished.

Many Amazon customers purchase the Surviveware Small First Aid Kit not only as a gift but also as a home essential. In a review written by one a Surviveware customer, he mentioned how this kit is a must-have for home emergency packs:

“This is a great little product and has most of the essentials. The last few years, I have been doing first aid training and have learned a lot. This kit has everything in it for those basic skills that I have been taught. I feel confident with this kit and my training to help those in need. I would highly recommend this for everyone to have in their vehicles or home emergency kits!”

Don’t settle for anything less this holiday season and grab your Surviveware Small First Aid Kit today by clicking here.

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