Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit Perfect for School Field Trips

Leading Camping and Survival Gear Retailer Releases Large First Aid Kit Suitable for School Field Trips and Excursions

Woodbridge, United States - November 19, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Aside from teaching students within the four corners of a classroom, teachers are exploring the opportunities to extend learning outside of the conventional educational set-up. Schools are leaning on the use of experiential education such as excursions to enhance the learning capabilities of students and offer other means of knowledge growth for students. Moreover, these kinds of activities give students a chance to socialize and take a break from their regular school routine.

Children of school age usually participate in field trips to local zoos, nature centers, amusement parks, and science museums where there are interactive displays for kids. In addition, there are trips conducted at community agencies such as hospitals and fire stations where students may learn about rendering community service. While these facilities and activity areas provide experiential learning opportunities, such trips can also expose children to many threats and accidents.

Trips to local parks, museums, and community agencies can expose kids to a wide array of injuries. For instance, rough horseplay at the park can cause bruises, cuts, and even scrapes. Slippery and uneven floors can cause slips and falls. Other field trip emergencies can come in the form of asthma attacks, allergic reactions, skin irritations, food poisoning, and bug bites. With such crises threatening to ruin a special trip, teachers and adult companions should have a field trip first aid kit that they can use to handle these types of situations.

Realizing the need for a first aid kit that can be used during large group activities such as field trips, Surviveware, a leading adventure, and survival gear brand, developed their Large First Aid. This innovative kit combines the functionality of an extensive first aid kit in a 10” x 7.25” x 5” portable package.

Since field trips occur anywhere in all weather conditions, it is essential that the field trip first aid kit comes in a water-proof package. Surviveware ensured its large first aid kit would make the cut in protecting medical supplies. The 600D polyester bag makes this kit water-resistant. Additionally, the first aid items come in resealable laminate pouches which further add an extra layer of protection to the medical provisions.

The kit is packed with items that can be used for minor to major injuries. The 200 life-saving supplies contained in this large first aid kit include alcohol and cleansing wipes, adhesive and conforming bandages, gauze swabs, non-adhesive dressings, and strip closures. It also contains supplies for insect bites, splinters, and bruises. Moreover, the company went a bit further and included other supplies such as shears, a whistle, hydrogel, and CPR kit with an instructional guide. A first aid handbook is also included in this first aid kit.

The trademark feature of Surviveware first aid kits is the organized and labeled compartments. This feature helps reduce the response time as teachers and adult chaperons can easily retrieve the supplies needed and provide the immediate medical care that the injured student requires, with a quick glance at the labeled compartments.

Nothing beats a thought-out and well-prepared field trip. Take this chance to make a school excursion enjoyable and secured by purchasing a Surviveware Large First Aid Kit. Get it now at 20% discount through Surviveware’s Amazon discount coupons.

Get your kit today by clicking here.

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188

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