It is always best to be prepared for whatever kind of disaster may occur. Particularly when going away on holiday to a more isolated part of the country, an emergency aid kit can be a lifesaver when the nearest hospital might even be fifty kilometers or so away.
Within the home, it is always something handy to have. Accidents can happen in the kitchen when chopping up food for dinner and a major artery could be cut, resulting in a heavy loss of blood. If the appropriate equipment is nearby, this can be halted in time to get the victim to a hospital for stitches.
A first aid kit doesn't need to be anything particularly fancy or expensive. It is possible to simply find a wooden or plastic box in any discount store and use that to supply emergency medical supplies.
Of course there are plenty of ready-made kits out there on the market today so depending on the size of the family or the group going away make decisions depending on these factors. An Emergency first aid kit is also useful to have in a car, just in case anything else happens. It never hurts to be prepared for an accident.
Disaster First aid kits are usually filled with the likes of scissors, bandages, and some emergency medicines. Some people even put painkillers, headache tablets and the like just so they know all their medical supplies are safe in the one place. It is also of vital importance that the kit is kept away from small children who might consume whatever medicines are inside. This could be lethal. Keep the kit in a safe place like one's bedroom or on a high shelf or cupboard.