High-Threat First-Response Kit

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The High-Threat First-Response Kit aims to bridge the gap between good intentions and life saving actions in an active violence event. Similar to the idea of staging Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) in high traffic areas of public buildings, the High-Threat First-Response Kit puts the equipment needed to save the lives of traumatically injured patients where it can be easily accessed.

When people are severely injured, there is limited time to get them the care they need. Often the first responders are not the trained people in uniform who arrive in big shiny vehicles with flashing lights and blaring sirens. Generally, the people that either witness the event or are there right after the event happens are the true first responders. The desire to help and the courage to act can only go so far if care providers don’t have the appropriate equipment to make the life saving difference.

The High-Threat First-Response Kit aims to bridge the gap between good intentions and life saving actions in an active violence event. Similar to the idea of staging Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) in high traffic areas of public buildings, the High-Threat First-Response Kit puts the equipment needed to save the lives of traumatically injured patients where it can be easily accessed.

Severe rapid blood loss is the leading cause of death in patients who do not receive immediately lethal bullet or blast wounds during Active Violence events. The High-Threat First-Response Kit enables civilian care providers to have a cache of equipment that can be taken to the point of wounding to save lives. Each kit is set up to treat at least five injured patients. Although the standard High-Threat First-Response Kit is designed to be a manageable size while enabling users to make a significant impact, they can be customized to your organization’s needs.

To purchase the High-Threat First-Response Kit, visit Tier-One Quality Solutions

High-Threat First-Response Kit Contents:

  • Duct Tape
  • Trauma Shears
  • Nasal Airways
  • Wound Packing
  • Celox Dressings
  • ACE Bandages
  • Tourniquets
  • Occlusive Dressings
  • Medical Gloves