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Chinook Medical Gear Item# TK302 Mfg# 4845

Chinook Life Kit Basic


Temporarily out of stock, ships as soon as available. Estimated ship date 07/13/2023 

Chinook Life Kit Basic

Having the right supplies, at the right time, within public reach is critical when every second counts. Designed for use in a medical emergency, the Chinook LIFE™ Kit Basic puts bleeding control supplies in the hands of people who can make the biggest difference, those already on scene.

The Chinook LIFE Kit Basic provides bystanders and first responders with essential medical supplies to control blood loss during the critical time between injury and the arrival of professional medical help. Chinook LIFE Kits are the answer to emerging standards and protocols for public access to bleeding control supplies during a natural disaster, active shooter, bombing, and other mass casualty incidents.

  • Highly visible packaging with tear notches
  • Supplies to treat severe bleeding, such as the easy-to-use Stretch, Wrap, and Tuck Tourniquet (SWAT-T)
  • Fits in glove boxes, desk drawers, cargo pockets and more
  • Color-coded, just-in-time instructions enable anyone to provide care
  • 7"L x 3"W x 2"H



    • SWAT-T Tourniquet (1)
    • Compressed Gauze (1)
    • Nitrile Glove (4)
    • EMT Shears, 5.5" (1)
    • Trauma Bandage, 6" (1)
    • Instructions

    About the “Stop the Bleed” Initiative
    In 2015, the White House launched the “Stop the Bleed” initiative, which seeks to empower bystanders of emergency situations to act as immediate responders to stop severe bleeding, which can claim lives before medical professionals arrive. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), under the Department of Homeland Security, along with other government agencies have validated and embraced the importance of having public access to hemorrhage control supplies, such as Chinook LIFE Kits. This empowers staff members, teachers, and bystanders to fulfill a greater role in saving lives during mass casualty and active shooter incidents. Controlling blood loss is the first priority in these scenarios and a few minutes can mean the difference between life and death