First Aid Kits in general Reviews
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by - written on 30/12/07 (Very useful, 81 readings)
My husband has always been one for safety. As a child and young adult he was actively involved in St John Ambulance Brigade and as a result we've always had an eclectic collection of bandages, slings and plasters around the house but, before we married, you'd never find basic medicines in the house. The household kit that my husband had had been packaged in a waterproof container, clearly labelled and was kept, rather sensibly, under the sink where we both knew about it. There is stayed. We then moved house and, ironically, the first time we actually needed to find a plaster the kit was nowhere to be found. When, a couple of days later it was located (needless to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/08, updated on 17/02/08 (Very useful, 117 readings)
Every person should have a first aid kit in their house and also in their car. What you keep in it depends on your family but there are some items which are universal in all cases. Your first aid kit should be kept in an easily accessible place, the last thing you want in an emergency is to be pulling out boxes from your cupboard trying to find it. If it does contain medication however it should be kept out of the reach of children. You should check it regularly to ensure any medication has not passed its best before date and also remember to restock items quickly after you have used them. So what should it contain? Firstly plasters, ideal for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/13 (Very useful, 50 readings)
First Aid Kits in General Like many people I have a whole bathroom shelf dedicated to first aid supplies and medications, but I also have two small first aid kits that I have accrued over the years that I religiously take on holiday with me, whether it is in the UK or abroad. First aid kits are very useful items to own and you can buy ready made ones or create your own very easily. I have two purpose built first aid kits that I add to whenever the more commonly used items are used up. Ready made first aid kits can be quite pricey; I have a Wallace Cameron General Purpose kit which my mum bought for me a couple of years ago. I don't know ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/06 (Very useful, 415 readings)
Now, as a member of the British Red Cross, I believe it's very important that we all have proper first-aid stuff to hand. One of the first things I always ask when starting a new job is where the first-aid kit is, not because I think I'll ever need to use it, but because I might have to. You can never tell with these things. Kits come in all shapes and sizes - if you saw the huge one that I use when doing first-aid duties, you'd balk. It's massive! This review is my opinion of stuff that should be found in the 'ultimate' first aid kit, if you really want to be prepared. Now, I should make it quite clear, that this is MY OPINION as a Dooyooer and shouldn't be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/13 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I would say one of the most important items in my kitchen cupboard is my first aid kit. I remember as a child that we had an old sachel as a first aid bag and the feel and look of it was horrible but it still did the same job. Personally I use a packed lunch box for my home first aid kit and then I also have small first aid kits which myself and my husband keep in our cars and when we go on a day trip one in the changing bag. Like I said just about anything can be used to keep your first aid supplies in but I feel it should be of a decent size in the house so that you are able to keep enough stock in it to refill your portable first aid kits. I am ... Read the complete review
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