Surviveware’s Small First Aid Receives Endorsement From Field Workers

Surviveware’s Small First Aid Kit Deemed Ideal for Hazardous Workplaces

Woodbridge, United States - November 15, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Field workers are constantly exposed to many hazards and potential injuries. Aside from possible bruises, cuts, wounds, and sprains, field employees are also vulnerable to falls, slips, and broken bones. There is also a high possibility of encountering road accidents, exposure, poisoning, and even allergic reactions and asthma attacks when out all day.

Knowing that a wide array of severe injuries can be mitigated with a simple first aid kit, Surviveware, maker of high-quality hiking and camping gear, developed their widely lauded Small First Aid Kit.

This small first aid kit has garnered the approval of hikers, hunters, parents, first responders, and now field workers. As field workers travel with their equipment and paraphernalia, apart from completeness, their ideal first aid kit should also be compact and light enough to be carried anywhere. The one pound Surviveware kit is a perfect travel buddy for individuals who spend most of their time outside the office. Equipped with a MOLLE compatible system, it can be conveniently strapped to backpacks and cases with ease. Plus, it is small enough to fit inside a handbag or car’s glove compartment.

Field employees usually spend time in varying weather conditions. Therefore, their kits should be able to withstand even the toughest situations. The company’s founders have taken this concern into consideration and made the kit water-resistant. With its 600D Polyester fabric, the 100 life-saving supplies inside are protected against water and moisture. Moreover, the items are secured in resealable laminate pouches that keep them safe even from rain and frost. And because it’s weather-resistant, out-of-office workers are assured that they have fresh supplies whenever they need them.

Despite its small size, the kit contains ample supplies to cover most injuries that a field employee may sustain. In addition to basic first aid supplies such as bandages, adhesives, alcohol and cleansing wipes, splinter probes, and sting relief wipes, Surviveware also included a CPR kit complete with an instructional guide. Users are assured that only the most relevant items are contained in this 8”x6”x3” bag.

An experienced electrical lineman shared his thoughts about the small first aid kit. “I work as an electrical lineman and have already needed a first aid kit. Everything is easy to find, and this kit is amazingly complete unless you’re in need of an EMS standard. Well organized and easy to find the right items. I supplement this kit with painkiller and Neosporin. These items are not included because of exp. dates. Recommended.”

Another field worker named Josh, who works with a team of scientists, recently purchased a Surviveware small first aid kit, and wrote, “The product is exactly what our company was looking for. We have a number of field teams made up of scientists that conduct work in very remote locations. They are already carrying a lot of gear with them, so the medical supplies need to be worth bringing and compact. These little packs do both!”

Surviveware salutes field workers who continuously extend their services outside the conventional norms of an office. In line with this, the company is giving away 20% Amazon discount coupons to the first 200 field office workers who will purchase this Small First Aid Kit. This is a limited time offer so get yours today and own your first field office first aid kit.

Get your coupon today by clicking here.

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

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