We all have those moments in our life when we have found ourselves just short of being prepared and wish we would have planned ahead a little better. Yet, it can be challenging to find the time to handle these things because let’s face it, we all secretly hope that the worst doesn’t ever happen to us, so why prepare for it. Right?
Well, we would like to offer you some helpful tips on staying safe while preparing for the worst. One of the best things about the products that we offer is the fact that they were created with safety in mind and when you have any of our products you are that much closer to the safer and better prepared circumstance. Yes, it is true that our main customers are those people who’s work gets them a little dirty. We carry products for the rail workers, the construction workers, the safety worker and more. We even carry corporate wear.
OK, so we have established the fact that we have a lot of safety items, you are probably wondering how this can help you. Let’s start by saying that we know safety and we know what it takes to prepare for any event. Depending on the scope of the event it is always better to be just a little over prepared rather than under prepared. However, we are not promoting doom and gloom, rather we are talking about the opposite of that. We are talking about safety and how to stay safe regardless of the situation.
Items that are usually considered the most essential and may vary depending on the situation would be things like water, flashlights, a knife (multipurpose would be ideal), extra clothing, a warm yet thin blanket, a medical kit with emergency medical supplies and any medications that you are currently taking.
You will want to also have safety gear, we usually recommend a good pair of safety boots because we firmly believe that the feet are the most sensitive and should be closely protected. If you lose your ability to walk you decrease your risk of survival.
It is important to bring any important papers, by important papers we refer to documents that are not easily replaced. Documents such as immunization records, birth certificates and identification cards are a few. Mortgage papers and other difficult to replace documents should also be carried because you never know how long the worst will add it is always a good idea to prepare for all possible scenarios when possible.
At The Coalface Boots, Workwear & Safety
5/281-283 Penshurst St.,
North Willoughby, NSW 2068 Australia
(02) 9417 1292