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The Emergency First Aid Kit and Safety on the Road

We should always do our best to be prepared to respond to any emergency.

Even though we may not be trained medical professionals there are often small bits of assistance we can provide with first aid and effective and fast response to smaller emergencies.

We always advise motorists to travel with a first aid kit or have a first aid kit available at home. This becomes especially important with small kids picking up those nasty bumps, burns, cuts and bruises.

Many of us are however not well organized and could do with some advice on what we may need in such an emergency medical kit.

 

Levtrade’s Classic Range of First Aid Kits is designed for travelling and outdoors. They cover the 4 main essentials of first aid: Cuts, Bleeding, Burns and CPR.

The Classic bags are nylon with extra accessories such as a belt attachment which can easily attach to motorcycles and are compact so they can be put in a saddlebag or your backpack. The handles are durable for a secure grip. The Classic range of kits is ruggedly built, organised and well-thought-out to allow easy product access. Affordable and available in a variety of colours.

Most importantly each kit in the Classic Range contains Burnshield. So whether you are burning yourself on a hot exhaust pipe, or dealing with blisters from a new pair of riding boots, there are many reasons to carry a first aid kit, especially with Burnshield inside.

Remember to always replace used items, if you use a plaster, gauze or bandage, replace it when you get home. An empty first aid kit is a useless first aid kit and could mean the difference between you or a friend surviving a bad crash and dying on the side of the road waiting for an ambulance.  It's the only responsible thing, to have what you need to stay safe in a variety of situations without having to rely on technology or the kindness of strangers.

Features

  • Durable handle for secure grip
  • D-ring clamp attachment
  • Belt Attachment
  • Lockable
  • Durable and flexible zip
  • Compact
  • Lightweight
  • Easy product Access

Suitable For

  • Travel
  • Home
  • Outdoor
  • Camping

Classic mini Kit: 80mm (w) x 70mm (d) x 110mm (h)

Contents include 26 Items:

  • x2 Burnshield Hydrogel Sachet 3,5ml
  • x1 Solace SPF 30 Sachet
  • x1 Conform Bandage 50mm
  • x1 FAD No. 2 (50x75mm)
  • x1 Triangular Bandage – Non Woven
  • x2 Gauze Swabs Non-Sterile (75x75mm) 5’s
  • x10 Plasters Waterproof
  • x1 Plastipore Plastic Tape (12mmx5m)
  • x1 Levtex Pair of Gloves
  • x1 First Aid Scissors
  • x1 Plastic Forceps
  • x1 Safety Pins (12’s)
  • x1 CPR Mouthpiece
  • x2 Antiseptic Cleansing Wipes

 

Classic Medi Kit: 90mm (w) x 70mm (d) x 160mm (h)

Contents include 44 Items:

  • x1 Burnshield Dressing 100mm x 100 mm
  • x3 Burnshield Hydrogel Sachet 3,5ml
  • x1 Solace SPF 30 Lip Ice
  • x1 Aquashield Chafing Cream
  • x1 Conform Bandage 75 mm
  • x2 FAD No. 2 (50 mm x 75 mm)
  • x1 FAD No. 3 (75 mm x 100 mm)
  • x1 FAD No. 5 (150mm x 200 mm)
  • x1 Triangular Bandage – Non Woven
  • x1 Progauze Swabs Non-Sterile (75 mm x 75 mm) 25’s
  • x10 Plaster strips
  • x3 Anchor Plasters
  • x1 Plastipore Plastic Tape (24mm x 5m)
  • x2 Pair of Gloves
  • x3 Cotton Buds
  • x1 Eye Pad Non Sterile
  • x1 Eye Shield
  • x1 First Aid Scissors
  • x1 Metal Forceps
  • x1 Safety Pins (12’s)
  • x1 CPR Mouthpiece
  • x3 Antiseptic Wipes
  • x1* Antiseptic Cream
  • x2 Insect Repellent Wipes

To Purchase Click Here

Also view:

A First Aid Kit for Motorcyclists

Equip Yourself for a Roadside Emergency

Health Precautions and Safe Travel

How to handle an Emergency

CPR and Road Safety - Know more and Save Lives

Accident Scene Safety

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