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  • Gifts that give twice

    Emergency, Survival, and First Aid Kits make great gifts that give twice… your gift recipients will appreciate what a thoughtful and caring gift you gave when they receive it, and they will think about you and really appreciate it when it comes time to use it down the road, too!

    Image of ANSI first aid kit, family first aid kit and opened red cross unitized first aid kit revealing color coded unitized first aid products.

    First Aid Kits

    Consumer & Business Emergency First Aid Kits

    Image of metal 4 shelf first aid cabinet and closed plastic American Red Cross first aid cabinet.

    First Aid Stations / Cabinets

    First Aid Cabinets / Stations and Accessories

    Image of an emergency survival kit in a port a potty bucket with food, water and supplies

    Disaster Kits

    Survival Kits For Emergency Disaster Preparedness

    Image of long lasting emergency food rations

    Food & Water

    Emergency Food Rations & Water Supply

    Image of a two person emergency sleeping bag and a Mylar Solar Emergency Space Blanket

    Shelter & Sleeping

    Emergency Blankets, Tents, Canopies, Tarps & More

    Image of whistles and short-range radio walkie talkies

    Signal & Messaging

    Devices for Signaling & Communicating in Emergencies

    Image of a Swiss Army style knife showing the concept of a multi-function tool

    Survival Tools

    Fire Starters, Survival Knives, SOL, Leatherman & much more

    Graphical portrayal through photos of a flashlight and waterproof matches showing the need for light and warmth in an emergency

    Emergency Heat & Light

    Warmers, Heating, Candles-Flashlights-Lanterns-GlowSticks

    Image of the CERT (Community Emergecy Response Team) Logo in an ebroidered PAtch (to siginify that First Aid Mart Carries a full line of C.E.R.T.Gear)

    CERT Gear & Supplies

    CERT Kits & vests, caps, shirts, logo patches, fieldbooks +

    Image of an American Red Cross Emergency Disaster Supplies kit with contents spread out to show all thetypes of food, water, emergency shelter and signaling required in an earthquake or other disaster.

    Red Cross Supplies

    American Red Cross Emergency Kits: Be Red Cross Ready

    Image of the four stages of Triage: Minor delayed care / can delay up to three hours - Delayed urgent care / can delay up to one hour - Immediate immediate care / life-threatening - Deceased (Morgue) victim is dead or mortally wounded / no care

    Triage & Incident Command

    S.T.A.R.T. Triage Tags, Tape, Kits + ICS Gear and Supplies

    Image of Toilet Paper and Hand Sanitizer - to show the importance of considering sanitation needs in gering up for emergencies and disaster survival

    Sanitation & Hygiene

    Personal Hygiene Kits, Toilets & Chemicals + Sanitary Items

    AAA Emergency Roadside Kit image to depict the need to prepare personal and company vehicles for emergency situations - emergencies occur while away from home adnd work as well.

    Roadside+Auto Emergency

    Auto Emergency Survival Kits, Roadside Tools & Survival Items

    Imageof two empty backas - building an emergency disasster preparedness and survival kit starts with considering what to pack all your gear in!

    Empty Bags & Containers

    Backpacks, Duffels, Buckets and Rolling kits to build your own

    Photo of a Search and Rescue kit showing the typical SAR Gear needs such as; helmet, ropes, etc.

    SAR Gear: Rescue Stuff

    Search & Rescue Kits and Essential SAR Provisions

    Cute picture of a dog wearing a stethoscope.

    Disaster Supplies for Pets

    Disaster Emergency Kits for Dogs and Cats + Survival Food

    Image of a FIre Extinguisher and a Fireman's Axe to signify preparedness for fires and evacuation

    Fire Safety & Evacuation

    Caution Tapes, Escape Masks & Ladders + Fire Safety Gear

    Image of survival guides and DVDs - learn about preparedness, sheltering in place, and survival

    Survival Guides & Videos

    Disaster Planning Books, Checklists & Videos for Survival

    Image showing a bright and highlt visible safety vest with reflective strips

    Hi-Vis Safety Vests

    CERT Vests & Bright Reflective Safety Vests for Visibility

    Image of a EMT/Paramedic style Trauma REsponse go Bag with the typical emergency medical equipment required for field traums rescue.

    Trauma & Field Medicine

    1st Aid, Trauma, Responder, Field Medical & Mass Casualty

     

    Our most popular gift item! All Purpose First Aid Kit, 131 Pieces - Large - FAO-132 Our most popular gift item!
    All Purpose First Aid Kit, 131 Pieces - Large - FAO-132
  • Holiday Shopping Safety: Plan for safe shopping before Black Friday Madness

    The Holidays are creeping up fast, retailers have their decorations out, people are planning holiday menus, guest lists, travel plans and more... Black Friday is coming and what used to be a day to get out with friends and family (and avoid the ball games) has become a commercial frenzy with mass retailers vying for attention and working the shopping masses into a frenzy.

    Shopping on a day like Black Friday can be dangerous. From crowds and crushing, to pickpockets and theft. Lost children, and injuries... does this stop people from lining up and waiting to be first into the stores for the "Black Friday Deals"? Nope.

    While we (of course) recommend you start shopping for the even better deals available online now. undoubtedly many of our readers will be venturing forth on Black Friday, through the weekend, and maybe hitting the online stores on Cyber Monday. If you are dead-set on exposing yourself to the dangers of Black Friday Shopping, at least plan and do it safely. Here's a nice video on shopping safety we though we would share:

    Holiday Gift Packs... Great ideas for Home, Family, Sports, Drivers, Winter and more! Safe and caring gifts - Isn't it nice to give a practical present rather than some nonsense that will just get stuck in the closet?

    Stocking Stuffers... Need that $5 gift for the company gift exchange or secret santa? How about some fun gifts for kids or "never grow up" adults? Check out our Fun Bandages.

  • Deck the Halls, Don’t Burn Them

    Holiday lights and decorations are cheery, festive, fun (and often competitive) but they are a serious fire and electrocution hazard when not used safely...

    Holiday decorations can add to the fun and excitement of the season but they can also increase your risk for a home fire. Follow basic safety guidelines to prevent serious electrical and fire hazards during the festivities. As you deck the halls of your home this season, be fire smart:

    • Keep your tree at least three feet away from heat sources like fireplaces, radiators, candles or heat vents;
    • Do not let your tree (artificial or live) block exits;
    • Check light sets for frayed or damaged wiring before using;
    • Always turn off holiday lights before leaving home or going to bed; and
    • Connect no more than three mini light sets for decorating.

    If you have a live tree, remember to add water to the tree stand daily. A small fire that spreads to a Christmas tree can grow large very quickly. Watch this video by the National Fire Protection Association demonstrating how fast a dry Christmas tree burns compared to one that is watered regularly.

    Don’t let disaster ruin your holiday! Learn the facts about home holiday fires in support of the America’s PrepareAthon! campaign to increase disaster preparedness in your community.

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