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Why Use Portable First Aid Kits?

E-First Aid Supplies has portable first aid kits that will have you prepared for any potential emergency at home, in the office, and anywhere else you might be. Our personal first aid kits keep the supplies inside organized and easy to locate in case of an emergency. The med kit can easily fit into a backpack, drawer, or vehicle compartment for easy access. Personal first aid kits are great for indoor use like at home, school, or work, as well as outdoor use like camping, hiking, and other outdoor activities. Personal first aid kits can help care for minor wounds, such as cuts, scrapes, itches, skin rashes, burns, irritation, and insect bites.

Value: E-First Aid Supplies’ med kits are competitively priced without the need to sacrifice quality. Our portable first aid kits are ideal for refilling your personal stash, as well as helping users remain stocked up if necessary.

Quality: We provide high-quality med kits for a multitude of medical needs. They are useful for dressing smaller and larger wounds where other fabrics may stick to the cut or burn.

Selection: E-First Aid Supplies' med kits come in a wide variety of sizes and contain a variety of medical supplies for users to choose from.

Portable first aid kits contain essential medical aid and wound care supplies. These include gauze pads, assorted bandages, cleansing wipes, rolled gauze, hydrocortisone cream, antibiotic ointments, a disposable penlight, cold packs, and lots more.

What Should a Portable Cloth FAK Contain?

Portable first aid kits should have all the bare necessities:

These first aid kits easily fit in bags and small storage containers like a carís glovebox. Portable first aid kits are perfect for parents or guardians of accident-prone children. Being able to address cuts and scrapes quickly and efficiently will help prevent infection or the wound from getting worse. Having a first aid kit in the car can prevent an unexpected pit stop to pick up bandages and keep blood from ruining the seats.

Cloth first aid kits should contain the basics for treating minor wounds to maintain their compact and lightweight features. Life-saving devices like tourniquets and chest seals, as well as bulk first aid supplies should be stored in specialized kits and first aid bags designed for emergencies.

Where Should a Personal First Aid Kit Be Stored?

Injuries can occur at any time and place, so having a well-stocked first aid kit nearby is imperative. Regardless of the severity of the wound, it is best to get treatment as soon as possible. Some of the best options for storing a first aid kit are:

  • In a Bathroom Cabinet
  • In a Kitchen Cabinet
  • In the Garage
  • In the Glovebox of a Car, or Under/Behind a Seat
  • In the Cabin of a Boat

Where to Keep Your Personal First Aid Kit?

The kit should be stored securely in a cool, dry, place. All staff should be informed of its location. The first aid cabinet needs to be installed in an area easily accessible to everyone. The first aid provider should not have to travel through multiple hallways, stairways, or an elevator in order to access the supplies. First Aid Supplies should not be stored in a kitchen or breakroom to avoid contamination with food. A dedicated room for first aid can be an acceptable substitute for a cabinet, but still needs to be easily accessible.

In every case, the first aid kit should be easily accessible. Having to dig through clutter to get to a first aid kit will only prolong treatment and possibly get blood everywhere/on everything in the cabinet. It is also good to make sure everyone knows where the first aid kit is located, what it contains, and how to use the supplies.