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Is Your Home Prepared for The Holidays?

 

With the holidays in full swing it is important to have your home prepared for the volume of friends and family who will be stopping by and joining in the festivities. Being prepared is not just about having appetizers and Christmas cookies ready to be offered, it is about preparing for unexpected moments or even emergencies. Here are some recommend items to have in the home this holiday season:

 

Fully Equipped First Aid Kit

 

Whether it be a paper cut from wrapping a gift or a larger gash due to chopping potatoes it is always important to have the proper items to treat injuries. First Aid Canada offers two types of Home First Aid Kits which are compact and fully stocked for your home with supplies to treat serious injuries and minor injuries:

 

 

Both kits include items such as BzK wipes, gauze pads and fabric bandages. For more information on the contents of each kit click the links above.

 

 

Burn Kit or Items to Treat Burns

 

With all of the cooking and baking going on in the kitchen this time of year, it is important to have items on hand to treat burns. From ice packs to small burn kits here are some recommended items to check out:

 

 

Check your home for burn relief and treatment supplies. For more information on the items above click the links or check out our Burn Products and Accessories by clicking here.

 

An Automated External Defibrillator for the Home

 

Is there a loved one in your life with heart health concerns? If so, an Automated External Defibrillator for the home will not only relieve stress and anxieties, but could also potentially save a life. Sudden Cardiac Arrest can happen at any age, at any time and without any warning. First Aid Canada is pleased to provide and recommend the Philips HeartStart Home Defibrillator, which is easy to operate and notifies you when maintenance is needed. For more information on AEDs for the home click here to learn more. If you feel as if someone in your life may be at-risk for Sudden Cardiac Arrest, our blog on Warning Signs for Cardiac Arrest should provide some helpful information. We hope you never have to use an AED! 

 

Happy Holidays from the First Aid Canada Team. 

 

Life is Precious. Be Prepared.