Caravan First Aid Kit
No one wants their holiday to be spoilt or cut short by an emergency of some kind, which is why it’s essential you have kept safety and first aid in mind when decking out your caravan. Danger and accidents don’t take a holiday just because you are, so be prepared with Camec safety and first aid solutions.
There is a variety of items that you should have on hand during your travels, including: camping and caravan first aid kits, fire extinguishers, fire blankets and smoke alarms. These things are particularly important when you travel off the beaten track, as emergency services and medical attention could potentially be hours away.
Be prepared for sickness and injury
You never know when one of your family members is going to inadvertently injure themselves or come down with a sudden illness. Being equipped with the best first aid kit for camping will allow you to treat their symptoms until they are better or can receive medical attention.
Be prepared for fire hazards
Cooking and using electric appliances in a motorhome poses the same fire hazards that your home does, so why would you not deck your van out in the same way? Our caravan safety kits include fire extinguishers, smoke alarms and fire blankets to help you fight fire threats quickly.
Always have a backup plan
When travelling, you should always have a backup plan just in case something goes wrong. Not having a camping emergency kit or camping first aid kit can have disastrous results, from a serious incident that could have been avoided to the need to cut your travels short.
Compact in size for your convenience
Having a compact first aid kit means that you can grab it when you’re out the door on a hike or bike ride – just in case. The fire extinguishers, smoke alarms and fire blankets that make up our camping safety kits are also compact in size – they’re designed for use in caravans, not our homes.
What sorts of items are included in camping medical kits?
This will depend entirely on the type of camping safety first aid kit you’re considering, but common inclusions are: gauze swabs, bandages, cleansing or alcohol wipes, safety pins, disposable gloves, and zip locked waste bags.