Southern California Wildfires Motivate Residents to Update Survival Gear

Surviveware's Small First Aid Kit Perfect Addition to Survival and Emergency Go-Bags

Woodbridge, United States - November 12, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Several communities in Southern California are being ravaged by a wildfire, which started Thursday, at 6:14 p.m. As of Friday, about 10,800 people were under mandatory evacuation orders in Ventura County. The Maria Fire is the latest addition to California's 2019 fire season.

Authorities urge residents to be vigilant and ensure that they're ready for short notice evacuation. National Fire Protection Association's wildfire division manager, Michele Steinberg, stated in an interview, "People underestimate how long it will take them to get what they need." As such, people should be able to quickly grab what items they'll need to take with just a 10-minute notice.

Preparing an emergency supply kit can help ensure that the family or household has enough provisions to last for three days during a possible evacuation. In addition, having a handy first aid kit in your emergency pack allows residents to tackle minor injuries and stabilize moderate to severe wounds.

Surviveware, an advocate of disaster preparedness and resiliency, has tapped into this need with their Small First Aid Kit. This kit works well for both urban and backcountry safety needs and offers maximum functionality and control during emergencies.

What makes this kit an essential add-on to any emergency pack is its content, 100 pieces of assorted medical supplies. This includes high-quality bandages, cleansing wipes, and adhesives. Additional items like medical shears, gauzes and swabs, emergency blankets, eye pads, nitrile gloves, sting relief wipes, a triangular bandage, basic tourniquet, tweezers, and a whistle are also included in this life-saving pack.

Another valuable feature of this Small First Aid Kit, which is currently available on Amazon Prime, is the organized and labeled compartments, which allow for the easy retrieval of supplies that helps to shorten the amount of time needed to provide emergency care. As the provisions are readily accessible, kit owners feel in control and on top of the situation.

Outdoorsmen and medical responders alike love the convenience and portability that a Surviveware Small First Aid Kit has to offer. Measuring just 8" x 6" x 3" and equipped with MOLLE-friendly straps, the kit can be conveniently fastened to one's backpack, rucksack, and bicycle. This allows users to retrieve supplies easily in an emergency.

The kit has been an impressive companion for outdoorsmen and survivalists. Tim, a Surviveware Amazon customer, attested to the kit's importance during an emergency:

"I dig the way the bag is clearly labeled where thing is. When your n an emergency last thing you wanna do is scramble looking for what you need, no, not this bag. It has it all labeled and packaged securely and sanitarily. It’s lightweight enough for me to secure in my water bag. Water-resistant and easy identifying."

Prepare for natural disasters and evacuation by ordering a Surviveware Small First Aid Kit today by clicking here.

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