first aid kit,first-aid kit,first-aid kits,first-aid,first aid,workplace first-aid kit,work place first aid kit,work placefirst-aid kit,childcare first-aid kit,child care first-aid kit,Quebec first-aid,Quebecfirstaid,Quebec first-aid kit,csst first aid kit,csst first-aid kit,csst first aid kit,plaster,Gauze,Poket mask
|Our coordinates | F A Q | Store entrance | First aid kits | Wound Dressings | Survival gear | CPR Mask | Instruments | Gloves | A E D | CSST | Email |
You can reach us by telephone from 7:00 AM until 10:00 PM - 7 days / 7
This site est 100% secure !
Canada flag
You may use your -Visa or Master Card- even if you have no account with Paypal
Quebec flag
Français
Is your family prepared, if a hazard occurs ? 72 HOURS...IS YOUR FAMILY PREPARED ? IS YOUR FAMILY READY FOR THE FIRST 72 HOURS OF A SINISTER ?

The role and responsibility of the citizen in case of sinister !
Quebec ministry of Public security.

A survival kit in case of sinister!This survival kit is compact and easy to carry!We better be prepared!This kit can save your life
See the survival material here



72 hours...Is your family prepared? Why 72 hours?
Experience has shown that it can take 72 hours or more to mobilize a significant relief effort during an emergency. The 72 hours preparedness message is commonly used across North America by first responders (fire, police, paramedics), governments and relief organizations.
Canadians are encouraged to be prepared to cope on their own for at least the first 72 hours – that’s 3 days – of an emergency. This lets emergency workers focus on people in urgent need. To support their efforts, the rest of us need to be prepared to look after ourselves.
Why prepare your family?
While governments at all levels are working hard to keep Canada safe, individuals also have an important role to play in emergency preparedness. By being prepared to take care of yourself, you allow community resources to be used more effectively during an emergency – and you help keep your own family safe too. Simply put, emergency preparedness begins at home.
Start today. Prepare your emergency kit. Prepare your family – so in the case of a major emergency like a flood or blackout – you are ready to take care of yourself and your loved ones for at least 72 hours
For more details, visit www.getprepared.ca
Source: Public safety of Canada


Click on the desired department or see the alphabetical index of the products
First-Aid kit department Bandage and dressing department
Mask department Immobilisation supplies department
Antiseptics department Gloves department
Instruments department Eye, hand and head protection department
Survival kit department Emergency vest
Defibrillators (AED) department Empty kits, cases and cabinets department

Email order

Provincial & Territorial Occupational Health and Safety Contact Information
Quebec First-aid Minimum Standards Regulation
Refer this site to a friend by Email

CPR slide show


All rights reserved © *2004-2017*

:::raywebco.com:::