Introducing our very own line of adventure first aid kits WIAFAK, the waterproof, practically indestructible, adventure first aid kit. We designed this very special WIAFAK to take with you whenever you’re on the road or any adventures. We packed this terrific kit in the indestructible, waterproof Boulder Case to ensure that your first aid supplies are dry and intact .
Cold and flu season has made its grand entrance, and for those of us with busy schedules, whether its work, school, or taking care of the kids, our health is a top priority. Don’t take this cold and flu season lightly. In the 2014-2015 flu season, the Center for Disease and Control reported that 34 million Americans contracted the flu, .
School is back in session, and as children return to their daily schedules in the classroom, when they return home the main thing on their mind is play time. Whether it’s biking, skateboarding, or rollerblading, we love it when our kids crave to be outside, away from screens, and are active. While homework can wait until after dinner, your .
Swimming pools and beach vacations make for endless summer fun, but exceedingly high temperatures that soar through the upper 90s and above can quickly put a damper on anyone’s summer plans. Severe heat and humidity in the warm summer months can be unbearable at times, and if you don’t take proper health precautions it can also be extremely dangerous. .
Approximately 2.9 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses were reported by private industry employers in 2016. Accidents at work happen, and many of them cause injuries that require medical attention. It’s important for businesses to be prepared for these accidents, and to be certain their workplace first aid kits are properly stocked. But what does “properly stocked” mean? Businesses .
There are approximately 350,000 incidents of cardiac arrest that happen outside of hospitals in the US every year, 70% of them occur in a resident’s home. The truth is, most cardiac arrests don’t occur where immediate medical attention is available. With an overwhelming 70% of Americans who don’t know the proper way to respond to cardiac emergencies, knowledge of .
Hiking can be quite the exciting adventure, whether its a short day hike or a month in the Appalachians. The thought of all that can go wrong isn’t always the first thing that comes to mind when you’re immersed in nature and making your way along the scenic route, but when a medical emergency happens, especially in the great .
Medical emergencies can happen anywhere at any time, and it’s critical for the safety of you and those around you to be prepared. Whether you burn your hand on the stove at home or get a paper cut at work, we all have accidents that require first aid attention and if your emergency first aid kit isn’t stocked with .
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) enforces standards and regulations to ensure the safety of workplaces and the workers within them. It’s essential for offices and organizations to follow these regulations, but there’s a surprising amount of employers who simply aren’t aware that these standards and regulations exist, let alone that they’re not meeting them. Each year OSHA .
Accidents happen. Emergencies happen too. First aid training is not only essential to keep employees safe and healthy, it gives them peace of mind to handle medical emergencies calmly and effectively. Hopefully the worst-case scenario never happens, but it’s better to be prepared and responsive than stunned and stupefied. First-aid training for employees prepares them for anything and everything .