Community Preparedness Complete with Surviveware Large First Aid Kit

Retirement Community Ensures Resident Safety with Functional First Aid Kit

Woodbridge, United States - April 1, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

In critical times every household needs to be fully equipped for emergencies; it is advantageous to have medical provisions stored in the home. Pantries should have enough food to support the entire family for two weeks. Medicine cabinets should be stocked with prescriptions and OTC drugs that are used on a regular basis. It's also important that one's home has a reliable tactical medical kit for unexpected accidents. One of the best-selling home emergency kits in the US is the Surviveware Large First Aid Kit.

This expanded first aid pack contains 200 life-saving supplies that can be used to treat a range of minor to major injuries. It has a wide array of bandages, adhesives, conforming strips, gauze swabs, non-adhesive dressings, and steri-strips. Additional first aid tools like hydrogel, medical-grade shears, splinter probes, safety pins, a whistle, and CPR Kit with an instructional guide are also included inside its soft-shell case. Surviveware's tactical medical kit also comes with an advanced first aid handbook that can be used as a guide or refresher.

The soft-shell case of this kit is made of 600D polyester. The water-resistant packaging locks away dirt and helps preserve the freshness of its supplies. The 10" x 7.25" x 5" kit can also protect these medical items from frost and water. Further protection is included by placing the medical provisions in resealable laminate pouches.

Unlike typical plastic-cased first aid kits, Surviveware's Large First Aid Kit doesn't break or tear easily. The kit's MOLLE compatible strap system allows it to be attached to a wide variety of items, from suspension systems, bicycles, rucksacks, to racks, tents, and hammocks. Due to its ergonomically designed structure, the pack can be stored inside the kitchen cabinet or strapped to one's car headrest.

Another way this tactical medical kit is set apart from others is its organized and labeled compartments. The piping of each pocket is labeled with the contents as well as the contents' use and quantity. This feature allows for easy access and identification of the provisions, particularly in an emergency when time is of the essence.

Due to the portability, functionality, and durability of Surviveware's Large First Aid Kit, many individuals are purchasing this heavy-duty life-saving pack. An Amazon reviewer shared their community preparation for the "big one" and how this first aid kit plays an important role in their preparation:

"This kit exceeded our expectations. We purchased it as a supply for a preparedness deck box as part of our retirement communities' Ready Force program. Portland, OR, is at risk for a large earthquake from the subduction zone just off our coast.

This large first aid kit is an excellent choice because it is very complete, the quality is great, and the company that sells it, Surviveware, provides fantastic customer support. I hope Surviveware continues to thrive due to the important service they provide."

In any disaster, your family and community are is at stake. Ensure everyone's safety with a reliable and functional tactical medical kit. Get your Surviveware Large First Aid Kit right now by clicking here.

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Name: Amanda Condry
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