It’s extremely dark out and you can see headlights in the distance. You’re going to have to put on the spare tire so you can make it home, but doing so requires you to work in the dark on the shoulder of the road, a potentially dangerous situation at any time, but even more so when there is little light. What you need are emergency road flares, a highly effective tool for warning other motorists of your situation and to be cautious. Read More
If it’s happened to you, and most likely it has, then you know just what an awful, helpless feeling it is when your car battery dies on you. It turns a good day to bad and a bad day to downright soul sucking. Read More
Going away to college is an exciting time in your life, most likely the first time you’ll be on your own, away from your parents and siblings, free to make your own rules and come and go as you please. Since you can remember, mom and dad have worried about you and your safety, always quick with a friendly reminder before you head out the door – “Stay safe and be aware of your surroundings.” Read More
Those with any kind of experience know that the right pair of footwear is essential to not only your comfort on the job, but your safety as well. Which is why we’ve created this buyer’s guide to help you know what to look for in an EMS shoe or boot. Read More
As an EMT, few purchases you make can affect your daily work life in such a profound way. You don’t use every piece of equipment at your disposal on every call, but you do use your EMS bag on every call. Read More
We know that your firefighter turnout gear serves a distinct purpose – it must provide protection from a variety of factors you face each and every time you go out on a call. In order to do that, by nature that gear must be heavy and insulated.