Monthly Archives: May 2017

  • "Coolest" Overstock Cold Pack Sale


    Nobody ever has enough cold packs (never, ever, ever). Here's your chance to stock up for pennies. Our warehouse is filled to the brim with overstock of our best selling 4”x5” and 6”x9” Instant Cold Compresses and we need to get rid of them!

    Use the promotional code below to SHOP and SAVE.


    OTHER GREAT ITEMS:

    Outdoor Protection & Preparedness

    Sports Medicine & Sports First Aid

    Hurricane, Earthquake, & Disaster Survival


    Use Discount Codes Box in your Shopping Cart (Not found on Checkout Page)

    Whoa! That's Heavy!

    Just a forewarning that Shipping could be higher than the product – We already have the lowest cold pack pricing anywhere, so with this additional discount, your shipping fees could exceed the product pricing. These are essentially big, bulky, heavy boxes of water. It ain’t cheap to ship them, but we always pass our discounted shipping on to our customers – we make no profit on shipping, so we are more than happy to ship on the your own FedEx or UPS account if you prefer, and we do not charge any shipping or handling for doing so. Just call us Toll Free to place your order if you would prefer to ship on your own account instead.


    Clever Itty Bitty Teeny Tiny Fine Print

    Offer expires Midnight 05/23/17. Available Online at FirstAidMart.com or Toll Free - Offer cannot be combined with any other offers or incentives. Offer cannot be applied to completed orders. While supplies last, offer subject to substitution or change without notice, call with questions or for further details.

  • Is your organization prepared for an active shooter?

    In recent years, the active shooter threat has become more of a reality. Between 2014 and 2015, according to the FBI, the United States experienced nearly six times as many active shooter events as during the period between 2000 and 2001. Is your organization fully prepared to respond to an active shooter?

    ActiveLearn to how prepare and what to do:

    Surviving an active shooter event
    Active Shooter – what do do to prepare and during a crisis
    Active Shooter
    Get Tips on Protecting Your Place of Business
    Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    RUN. HIDE. FIGHT Video

    If someone is injured:
    Stop the Bleed Campaign
    Bleeding, Cuts, and Scrapes
    Bleeding Control
    What should be in your bleeding control kit?

    Run-Hide-Fight

  • National Arson Awareness Week

    Next week is National Arson Awareness Week (May 7-13, 2017)

    community_watch.300x300Each year for Arson Awareness Week (AAW), the U.S. Fire Administration gathers and shares information to raise awareness of arson or youth firesetting and provide individuals with strategies to combat these problems in their community.

    This year's theme is Arson prevention at houses of worship: Fire Prevention & Public Education / Outreach Materials & Educational Programs / Arson Awareness

    Help community leaders increase awareness about how to prevent arson at houses of worship.
    Spotlight recent arson fires at houses of worship in United States.

    Arson-Prevention

    Preventing Arson at Houses of Worship Webinar

    Each year for Arson Awareness Week, the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) gathers and shares information to raise awareness of arson or youth fire-setting and provide individuals with strategies to combat these problems in their community. Arson Awareness Week will be from May 7-13 this year and USFA is providing shareable content about how to help community leaders increase awareness about how to prevent arson at houses of worship.

    The burning of a house of worship not only devastates the affected congregation, but wounds the entire community. Whether the motivation behind the arson is hate or reckless vandalism, a congregation views it as an attack on their beliefs and values. Arson robs congregations of their valuable assets, lives and property. Arson destroys more than the buildings used as houses of worship; it can devastate a community, resulting in the decline of the neighborhood through increased insurance premiums, loss of business revenue, and a decrease in property values.

    Houses of worship are particularly vulnerable to fire damage because they’re often unoccupied for long periods of time, and in many cases, in rural areas. Rural properties will generally sustain more severe damage – even with an accidental fire – since discovery and response time may be delayed.

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