Choosing Your First Aid Kit
What kind of first aid kit do I need?
First aid kits come in a variety of sizes and are designed for different types of emergencies.
It is best to keep a small kit for minor injuries in your car or boat. Larger kits are best suited
for groups or extended travel.
Personal Size First Aid Kit
An easy-to-stow starter kit in a durable zippered shell.
Grab & Go Travel Pack
This personal first aid kit is perfect for any trip. First aid supplies
are packaged in a nylon zipper bag with interior waterproof pockets.
Coast Guard Complete
A comprehensive kit for coastal cruising or long voyages. It is perfect
for medium or large boats, carrying up to 8 people. Includes advanced wound care and splint as well as shock and burn supplies. Meets
Coast Guard regulations for small passsenger ships.
DAN First Aid Backpack
Designed for the active individual on the go, this well-stocked kit
offers a wide variety of essential first aid and wound care materials. Bag features storage compartments for all materials and
open space for additional supplies. Oxygen units can be added.
DAN Trauma Kit
This fully-stocked kit is designed for providing care for major trauma in a remote setting. Contains QuikClot®
to stop bleeding faster; may be left on wounds until additional medical help is available. The durable Pelican®
case ensures supplies are stored safely in any environment.
Where should you have a first aid kit?
You never know when you'll need one — having supplies on hand ensures you can provide help whenever and wherever you are.
What is the best way to prepare for an accident?
Training is the best way to ensure you are prepared to respond. Enroll in the DAN Basic Life Support: CPR and First Aid course
to continue your education.