What is the difference between an Initial Response Kit/Bleeding Control Kit and a First Aid Kit? Here is a quick general comparison of the two.
These three components can be used to treat major bleeding. Each component is suited for its designated part of the body.
A simple graphic to serve as a general guide for the appropriate bleeding control treatment to the corresponding area of the body.
If the public can access a facility, fire extinguishers and defibrillators can generally be found due to their potential life saving benefits. Initial Response Kits are equally essential.
Schedule Bleeding Control Courses
We provide formal training courses in alignment with The Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC) and the Stop the Bleed campaign.
Customize Your Kits
We offer the option to tailor Bleeding Control Kits specifically for your needs. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about custom kits or to schedule a tailored training event.