Emergency kit for work

Stay prepared at work with an essential emergency kit. Be ready for any situation that may arise and ensure your safety and well-being. Discover top items to include in your work emergency kit today.

I have had the pleasure of working a few weddings. But this was by far the nearest to my heart. I am a firm believe in "The Emergency Kit"! Having items on hand reduces stress by a million for me. My kit is listed below. Items are categorized, bagged and labeled (the categories are up to you, whatever helps you remember where to find something). First Aid: Visine Hand Sani Allergy Meds, Advil, Imodium, Pepto,Tums Neosporin, Bacterial Wash Alcohol Wipes (good for shellac nail shine as well)…

Madalyn McFadden
A Mini Emergency Kit for your Purse - B Loved Boston

Happy Wednesday, friends. We are in full vacay mode and I am loving it! Now that we have started to venture out into the world little by little, I'm actually using purses again! Working as a wedding planner I have a full size tool kit of sorts for anything a bride / groom or anyone

Michelle Ganteaume
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When the winter months comes around, you should re-stock your office emergency kit. You never know what mini-crises you might run into working 9-to-whenever-the-work-is-done. A professional lady should always be prepared. The Laundry Room. Spill coffee on your blouse? Skirt clinging like a bad boyfriend? You can’t have your carefully chosen outfit ruined by an unfortunate incident. I recommend keeping a Tide Pen for tiny spills, and …

Becky Hammer
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Yesterday I took a look at our calendar and realized we would be attending a wedding every weekend this month! That is right, it's wedding season and this time around I am getting creative yet practical. I am making first aid kits. To start out with I thought I would buy enough to make 4 comprehensive kits. Step Number One: Print yourself a good old fashioned list of contents. There is a nice list put out by the American Red Cross here. The only things I did not include in my kits were the…

Jenn Bourne