South Amboy First Aid

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South Amboy, NJ / South Amboy First Aid and Safety Squad - Serving the Citizens of the City of South Amboy, New Jersey, since 1931
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2015 Resolution Recruitment Meme From South Amboy First Aid Squad

2015 Resolution Recruitment Meme From South Amboy First Aid Squad

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Safety Meme From South Amboy First Aid Squad

Our 2016 New Year's Recruitment Ad

Our 2016 New Year's Recruitment Ad

Car seat safety

when I have kids, mine are rear facing for as long as possible! extended rear facing-- car seats have always been a big deal to me, but ERF is something, I personally, am a big proponant of. It's silly how many ppl flip around at

Are you making a New Year's resolution to get in shape?  While you put your gym bag together consider adding just a few key items to turn it into a disaster bag as well!  Download the original here: http://www.anaheim.net/images/articles/4467/gymbag-disasterbag-v3.pdf

It is so simple to have emergency items with you for any disaster. A simple gym bag will do the trick, and if you work out regularly you probably already have it packed!

Our new study, made possible by the General Motors Foundation, reveals that most parents move their child from booster seat to seat belt too early. See what other surprising things we learned. http://bit.ly/1u3X6Lx

As part of National Child Passenger Safety Week (Sept. Safe Kids Worldwide today released a study that finds nine out of 10 parents take children out of car booster seats before they are tall enough.

Here are the steps to properly check your car seat.

To protect your children in the car, you need the right size car seat and it needs to be installed correctly. Use this printable checklist PDF.

Experts would tell you to get rope, but we find paracord better for survival. It is lighter than rope and can hold up to 550 lbs. Not to mention to can get bracelets made out of it to wear instead of searching a backpack for it.

Experts would tell you to get rope, but we find paracord better for survival. It is lighter than rope and can hold up to 550 lbs. Not to mention to can get bracelets made out of it to wear instead of searching a backpack for it.