Saving Time . . . Saving Life
The Golden Hour
Save Life - Reduce Suffering - Promote Healing
Welcome to our site. We are very happy that you found us! Now that you are here, we have some questions for you:
1. Why are you here? Why is really important. If the goal is to merely comply with the appropriate regulations, then any kit will do. Consider our Standard compliance kit which is superior to the far majority of our competitors.
2. Do you really want to help? If the goal is to provide as much assistance as possible to the ill or injured person until paramedics take over, then you have come to the right web site. Emergmart has the very best Deluxe and Premium First Aid Kits available. Why? Because our kits have been designed by paramedics to give the rescuer the best first aid tools available.
3. Do you want a first aid system that will lower costs while raising your ability to respond effectively? If the answer is yes, you will really appreciate the simple system we have developed to accomplish these goals.
Now that you have read this far, a couple of definitions are important.
Satisfied Customer The person we have helped during their medical emergency. At Emergmart, we consider the person who has been helped by the First Aid Team, and who has benefited from our superior first aid kits, to be our true customer.
Caring Client The organization implemented our first aid strategies is our Caring Client. The company who purchased the first aid kits, and trained responders and developed an Emergency Medical Response Plan has proven to one and all that they care.
We are passionate about helping people survive their sudden medical emergency.
We are passionate about relieving suffering as much as we possibly can.
We are passionate about doing things right so that the victim of sudden illness or injury recovers to the maximum extent possible.
WSIB Approved First Aid and CPR Training
First Aid Equipment and Supplies
Workplace First Aid Solutions
First Aid training and kits must be provided by every employer under WSIB Regulation 1101. How many kits and trained individuals depends on the workplace. The key consideration is rapidly getting help to the ill or injured worker. One rule of thumb is that responders along with their equipment can arrive within two minutes. Another is that ten to twenty percent of the workforce be trained. When planning emergency response at work consider obstacles that slow the Team down. Locked areas, staircases, walls etc. should be taken into account. As this is part of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, failure to comply can result in severe penalties.