How To Use a First Aid Kit… What Your First Aid Course Didn’t Teach You: Free 22 minutes Safety Video. Learn the contents of a first aid kit and how to pro…
When it comes to First Aid Survival you’ll want to start off with a kit that has the necessary items that can help and alleviate minor cuts, bruises, and burns. This video will show you how to use the items in your first aid kit so you can help your family or friends that are in need of medical attention.
Outdoor First Aid Kit - Part 1
An outdoors specific first aid kit. I take a look at some of the options for different types of outdoor related first-aid kits and then do an in depth review of the lightweight level 1 kit that I carry when hiking, backpacking, or fishing in the backcountry or wilderness. This particular kit weighs in at about 10 ounces and covers a range of uses f...
Improvements to Army Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK)
The IFAK designer talks about the changes to the the Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK) and when Soldiers in the field may start receiving the kit.
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When Seconds Count - Emergency First Aid Training
Emergency First Aid Training DVD
This DVD presented by John Klatt, reviews how to provide first aid on victims suffering from slips, falls, motor vehicle incidents, cuts, bruises, head trauma, cardiac arrest, blocked airways, and more.
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Disasters can happen at any time, it can occur due to an act of nature, deliberate act of man or by an accident. If a disaster is from terrible weather, an excellent natural disaster survival kit can help individuals survive the duration in the worst of situations. There are two ways to be prepared with disaster preparedness kit. These are:
Disasters are most likely to happen anytime, anywhere. With the kind of weather the world has right now, things can go full swing in brewing possible disasters. Take for instance, the winter season. Blizzards frequently occur up in the Northern portion of the country while the coastal regions are look….
Just because the Cold War ended and people spend their day to day lives with less fear of nuclear war than they did in the middle of the twentieth century does not mean that there is less cause to prepare for disaster. Most high schools still have their bomb shelters because once those were built they did not require constant maintenance. The same cannot be said of survival kits….