Re: First Aid Kit Content List
Bob Haar (rhaar@ALBERT.CS.GMR.COM)
Wed, 13 Sep 1995 09:52:01 -0400
> From: Claudia Micher de Anda <CLAUDIA@ATENAS.GDL.ITESO.MX>
> Talking about popular medicine (the one that you can buy in any
> store without a prescription), I think the scout responsible
> for the troop's first aid kit should be very careful about including
> them. As somebody else said, boys and girls might be allergic to
> some of them. Besides, the kit should be compiled, appart from
> including the basic stuff, according to the troop members allergies
> and diseases.
One thing that should be in the first aid kit for a Scout group
is the set of *current* medical permission forms/cards that includes
up-to-date information on medical conditions that includes allergies,
medications nad information such as the conditions you mentioned.
Note: we use these cards for the adults as well as the youth.
Bob Haar (email: email@example.com )
Asst. Scoutmaster, BSA Troop 188, Clinton Valley Council, Michigan
Chippewa Lodge #29, WWW
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