Earthquake Prompts Utah Residents to Evaluate Their Disaster Preparedness Level
— Bluffdale residents in Utah were awakened by two earthquakes just after 5 a.m., Friday morning. The United States Geological Survey confirmed that a Magnitude 3.2 followed by a Magnitude 3.7 quake had hit the area. Despite no reported injuries, residents are now evaluating their level of disaster preparedness when hit with a more destructive and life-threatening incident.
Surviveware, a company which specializes in preparedness and emergency gear, has observed a need in the market for specialty first aid and medical supplies that suit both the backcountry and the backyard. “People are now acknowledging the fact that whether they like it or not, accidents and disasters are unavoidable, and embracing the concept of emergency preparedness,” said Amanda Condry, Surviveware co-founder, “With the seemingly recent increase of natural disasters, people are now looking for ways to stock up,” she said. “That’s where we come in.” Surviveware provides high-quality emergency gear. Their first aid kits are tailored for assisting those responding to accidents or traumatic events.
Designed to contain the most widely used provisions needed during a disaster, Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit provides the base for creating a full-blown emergency kit or bug-out bag. The kit’s case is made from durable 600D polyester fabric, households who need to move out to safer grounds don’t have to worry about carrying bulky containers. Unlike plastic cases that break upon pressure, fabric cases are sturdy and lightweight so kit owners don’t have to worry about taking extra weight during an evacuation.
The Large First Aid Kit from Surviveware includes 200 medical items that can be used to treat minor wounds and provide the means for stabilizing major injuries. Earthquakes can cause heavy dressers, bookcases, TVs, and sharp items such as picture frame and knickknacks to topple over resulting in contusions, lacerations, and cuts. Since these injuries must be treated immediately, one’s first aid kit should contain plenty of adhesives, bandages, gauze swabs, steri-strips, and cleansing wipes. The kit also has additional life-saving tools such as medical-grade trauma shears, a whistle, nitrile gloves, hydrogels, and a CPR kit.
This life-saving pack has durable top handles that help kit owners to efficiently carry it with ease, especially when relocating or moving to a safer place. The first aid pack also has MOLLE-straps that kit owners can conveniently attach to any handle.
Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit is a growing favorite for survival and preparedness enthusiasts. Amazon reviews written by customers show how they appreciate the breadth and quality of this life-saving kit, such as in this review, “This first aid kit just screams high quality. I think what I love most about this first aid kit is the organization. My previous first aid kit had no manner of organization whatsoever, and I would have to essentially open the kit and dump everything out on the floor to find what I need. However, this first aid kit has everything categorized and packed into labeled pockets, so it's easy to find what you are looking for. And even though it has so much stuff in it, there's (actually) still some wiggle room to add anything else you'd like (I'm thinking about putting in some basic meds, like painkillers or allergy relief perhaps). It also comes with a little mini first-aid kit, which I put in the glove compartment of my car. Overall, you can't go wrong with this kit.”
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