Why travellers prefer Blue Cross
It’s always convenient to have a well-stocked first aid kit on hand—whether you’re at home, in the car or on vacation. Emergencies can happen at any time and it’s reassuring to know you can take action while waiting for help to arrive.
You may already have everything you need at home. But keeping it all together in one kit will help you react quickly if need be.
Here’s a list of essential supplies to include in your kit:
When travelling, avoid packing these items at the bottom of your suitcase. If you’re flying, don’t put your first aid kit in your carry-on baggage as it may be confiscated due to the contents.
Preparing a first aid kit will leave you well prepared. And, if you’re planning a busy summer filled with lots of activities, travel, sports and trying different foods, don’t forget to get insurance that matches your needs and plans. Learn more about our travel products and our full range of accident insurance policies.