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ANSI Z308.1-2015 Standard Minimum Requirements  Workplace First Aid Kits and Supplies - Buy new ANSI Kits
ANSI Z308.1-2015 Standard Minimum Requirements  Workplace First Aid Kits and Supplies - Buy new ANSI Kits

Outdoor & Camping First Aid

Outdoor / Camping / Hiking First Aid Kits & Supplies: These discount Camping first aid kits have been developed specifically for use in the outdoors. With supplies including sting reliever, sun block, and moleskin, you'll be prepared to deal with first aid emergencies when you are far from home. Be prepared with the appropriate Outdoor, Camping, Hiking, and Wilderness Preparedness Gear & Supplies.
Outdoor First Aid, Kits & Supplies for all your biking, hiking, backpacking, camping, beach and other outdoor activities where First Aid Emergency Care may be needed... (Need more fun Outdoor Gear? See lots of Outdoor, Camping, Hiking & Wilderness Products)

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Outdoor First Aid Preparation Information

A first aid kit is one of the Essentials you should always take on a hike, and it’s especially important on an overnight backpacking trip. Some of the stuff inside you’ll use fairly regularly and should replace often (moleskin for blisters, bandages, or aspirin), while others are rarely used but are critical in an emergency. Each person’s kit should vary depending on the medical conditions of the hikers in the party, the length and duration of the trip, and the area you’ll be hiking into. You can purchase prepackaged kits, like those from Adventure Medical Kits and First Aid Only above, You’ll want to supplement these kits with additional equipment, any prescription medications you’re taking and medications for conditions specific to the hikers in your group (epinephrine pen for those allergic to bee stings, for example). Organize and waterproof your kit with small resealable bags and plastic bottles. Label medications. You can also include other commonly used items in your first aid kit: lip balm, sunscreen, insect repellent, multi-use tool, and a small roll of duct tape (which is extremely handy for any and all repairs). Read more at Washington Trails

When Preparing and packing for your camping list, be sure you consider all the items you will need for hiking, camping or fun in the outdoors. Items like Insect Repellent and relief, moleskin for blisters, sun screen or sun block to avoid uncomfortable sunburn that can ruin a trip. Be sure you have items along to deal with not-so-fun surprises like poison ivy, oak or sumac & stinging nettles. You can never pack enough light stick or flashlights, and make sure that while gearing up with gadgets and cool camping stuff, you remember basics like ponchos for everyone in your group - even if taking a Summer hike... they are small and surprisingly handy and versatile!

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