Redi-Medic Adds Online Training Videos to Promotional Product First-Aid Kits
Having a first-aid kit for any minor emergency is always good, but knowing how to use the contents is equally important. Redi-Medic, Saskatoon, SK, Canada, a leading manufacturer of promotional product first-aid and safety kits, now includes access to online first-aid and safety-training videos as a standard component in all kits.
Chris Becker, Red Cross-certified first-aid and CPR instructor, who demonstrates and narrates the training videos, states, “Training is a valuable addition to any first-aid kit. These online videos really stress the importance of having the right contents in your first-aid kit and dealing with each emergency situation appropriately.”
When surveying the various bandages, pads, compresses and dressings in a first aid kit, not knowing the difference between an alcohol, iodine, antiseptic, sting relief or wet-wipe swab – and applying one to an open wound or infection, could result in administering pain rather than relief.
Even RediMedic’s Keychain CPR kit includes access to its own online training video. Becker explains in the CPR video: “A heart attack can happen anywhere, anytime. Knowing what to do for a person who is not breathing for themselves as a result of a heart attack is an extremely valuable piece of information. It could mean the difference between life and death.”
Joe Hafner, founder of Redi-Medic, believes “Adding video instruction to first-aid kits brings more product value to this line than any other component that can be sourced anywhere on the globe. Practical first-aid knowledge is important to the entire family. Upon opening the first aid kit, go online, take 20 minutes [to review] the contents. The benefits could impact everyone you know.”
For more information on Redi-Medic, call (800) 668-8821 or visit www.redimedic.com.
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