- Improving the odds in poison control. // Canadian Nurse;Oct2006, Vol. 102 Issue 8, p6
The article reports on the gold Quality Award presented to the emergency room antidote kit developed by Capital Health Inc., the IWK Health Centre and the IWK Regional Poison Centre in Canada. The collaborative project was launched after a survey found that no site in the region stocked all 16...
- Safety Girl to the rescue. Brandler, Emily // Journal of Business (10756124);1/26/2006, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p1
The article presents the survival product for women called, Safety Girl Roadside Emergency Kit in Spokane, Washington. The product combines practicality with pleasure, including, among other items, instructions to change flat tire and aromatherapy oil to relieve headaches. The product is...
- Testing . . . 1 . . . 2 . . . 3 . . . The New PathFinder SART is listening. // Professional Fisherman;Jun2004, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p38
Introduces the PathFinder SART electronic device developed by ACR Electronics Inc. Design of the device; Capabilities of the device; Components of the device.
- RESCUE & EXTRICATION EQUIPMENT. // Fire Chief;Mar/Apr2005 Supplement, Vol. 49, p5
Features several rescue and extrication equipments. Safety features of Chain Saw Safety Light from National Fire Fighter; Ergonomic design of Hammer Drill manufactured by Hilti Inc.; Specifications of MacKenzie chainsaw pack produced by Frontline Safety Gear.
- Herbie Hydrant. // Current Health 1;Feb2002, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p2
Introduces Herbie Hydrant, a powerful flashlight and a timer that can used in case of fire.
- Dressing for Disaster. Miller, Warren // MotorBoating;Jan2002, Vol. 189 Issue 1, p160
Presents an article about the experience of a man who tested a sea survival suit. His efforts to un-zip the suit; Struggle he made to get out of the suit.
- SOL (SURVIVE OURDOORS LONGER) HYBRID 3 SURVIVAL KIT. // ATV Trail Rider;Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p15
The article offers brief information on the survive ourdoors longer (SIV) hybrid 3 survival kit.
- Your Cold-Weather Emergency Kit. // Consumer Reports;Jan2015, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p19
The article presents a diagram that provides brief commentary on each of ten items the publication recommends people keep on hand for cold weather emergencies including water, non-perishable food, and a cell phone with a battery recharger.
- Car emergency kits can be a life saver. // Asian Pacific Post;9/24/2015, pPP21
The article offers information on basic items needed in a car emergency kit including a cell phone, if one does not carry one, a first aid kit, and bottle water and snacks, as well as flashlight and batteries, tire gauge and jumper cables, and a small tool kit.