This is a work in progress. Ive been researching this concept for a while, trying to make use of what I have on hand.I’m trying to make up two separate kits. One to have in my backpack that is more advanced than my boo boo kit. Although I carry an IFAK along with my AMK boo boo kit. Ill be basing this kit on an AMK 0.9 pro. Larger storage bag and splint.

The second kit which this article is more about. I was going through my Remote First Responder kit listed at bottom of the page and making something to complement it.By this i mean there is nothing in the remote kit to address advanced airway and bleeding control.No tourniquets or pressure bandages and no BVM and no diagnostic tools.

So I’m making up the following kit to use in conjunction with the remote kit as a supplemental kit. I’m repurposing my 511 Tactical Rush 24 from my GHB. The material used in construction and all the pouches are too heavy to use for that purpose but I think great for this project.

This kit is more to address several scenarios. Vehicle accidents in the bush, chainsaw cuts,most of the training courses Ive been on had no pressure bandages. What got me thinking about this kit to begin with was when I was an active member of a pistol club. They had a basic workplace first aid kit nothing to address severe gun shot wounds, no designated first aider and half the kit was emptied. I always had my IFAK on hand but i really wanted something to treat multiple injuries or multiple patients, to be able to stabilize and evac. An absolute shitshow waiting to happen.

Which brings me to micro or pocket BVM,s.( Bag Valve Mask). The last time i completed my CPR recertification, I managed 3 minutes in order to pass and then almost passed out. I have 65% lung capacity. funnily enough most people werent that much further behind me. In a remote or wilderness setting how many people can in reality perform CPR for over 30 minutes. A pocket or collapsible BVM extends how long i can provide assistance or other members of a group can over an extended period.

The other thing I noticed that on every remote or wilderness course they teach to use a BP cuff and take pulse. Ive never seen a BP cuff in a kit. So I wanted some where i could carry my diagnosis kit for checking vital signs.

One inch tubular I may have to do an article on this by itself. I have 50 meters folded in half, tied with a reinforced water knot and daisy chained with a crab (carabiner). This can be used as a drag system when you cant lift a person and they have to be removed from a dangerous situation in a hurry, harness, pulley system,lowering device. Awesome stuff to carry Ron Hood put me onto this years ago.

Which brings me to evacs. A lot of places Ive been an ambulance can get to within 500 meters and there’s no chance of getting their wheeled beds in much further so a fold-able litter such as a NAR Quiklitter lite can be indespensible.

This kit is designed to have a bleeder, burns, breaks and sprains, bites and stings, airway ,hypothermia management treatment sections for rapid deployment.. Based around Joshua Enyarts design.

Several things to mention. I’m not carrying this kit vary far from a vehicle or it would be lighter and I have more items in there for multiple causalities.

Diagnosis Kit

Pupil light

BP cuff


BSL monitor

Pulse oxymeter

Raptor Trauma Shears

Casualty cards

Wallet reference cards –


METHANE / Triage Sieve


GCS / Vital Signs

PPE kit

Gloves nitrile multiple

sharpies x 2

Face masks multiple

Hand sanitizer

Evac kit

Tube tape and carabiner


Bleed kit

CAT tourniquet x1

Swat tourniquet x2

2x chest seals

Quick clot

Israeli bandages 2×6 inch and 2×4 inch

S rolled gauze x 2

Breaks and Sprains kit

Sam splints 2×36 1×18 1×9 finger splints x 6

2x 3 inch 2x 6 inch elastic bandages

Airway kit

Guedel airway kit

Nasopharyngeal airways x 2 (7mm)

Pocket BVM


Burns kit

Irrigation syringe

Crevates x 6 dry dressing

Burntec 4×4 inch wet dressing x 2

Everything else


Saline eye rinse

4×4 gauze (with this and tape you can make dressings eg bandaids)

Bites and Stings kit



Snake bite bandages x 2

Hypothermia kit

Tactical emergency blankets x 4

Gray Bearded Green Beret Wilderness Medicine DVD

MARCH Protocol

Tacmed Australia Pocket BMV

Wallet refernce cards

Tactical Emergency blankets


Youtube kits

This Kit Contains:

  • 1 x  Fabric Dressing Strip (75mm x  1m)
  • 50 x  Adhesive Strips, Fabric, (72mm x  19mm)
  • 50 x  Adhesive Strips, Plastic (72mm x  19mm)
  • 4 x  Alcohol Wipe, Sachet
  • 1 x  Antiseptic Liquid/Sting Relief (50ml Spray Bottle)
  • 10 x  Non-Sting Wound Cleansing Wipe Sachet
  • 1 x  Bowl Galipot 60ml Clear
  • 1 x  Burn Sheet, Standard (75cm  x  75cm)
  • 1 x  Large Instant Cold Pack
  • 3 x  Combine Dressing (10cm x  10cm)
  • 3 x  Combine Dressing (10cm x 20cm) 
  • 2 x  Conforming Bandage (10cm)
  • 3 x  Conforming Bandage (5cm)
  • 3 x  Conforming Bandage (7.5cm)
  • 60 x  Cotton Balls
  • 100 x  Cotton Tips, Double Ended (7.5cm)
  • 1 x  Leaflet, Cpr/Ear.Wallet Size
  • 1 x  Cpr Mask, Pocket Size In Plastic Clam Shell Case With Oxygen Port, (Adult Size –  Invert For Paediatric /Child Size)
  • 1 x  Crepe Bandage, Heavy Weight (10cm  Brown)
  • 5 x  Disposable Gloves, 2pk
  • 1 x  Dressing Pack, Basic #1, Sterile
  • 1 x  Emergency First Aid Information Booklet, Basic, Dl Size
  • 2 x  Emergency Shock Blanket, Silver Space
  • 4 x  Sterile Eye Pad
  • 8 x  Eye Wash Solution, 30ml Ampoule
  • 2 x  First Aid Module, Burn, Soft Pack (20 Pieces)
  • 1 x  First Aid Module, Eye & Wound Dressing, Soft Pack
  • 2  x First Aid Module, Outdoor, Soft Pack (7 Pieces)
  • 3 x  Plastic Dressing Forceps  (11cm)
  • 5 x  Gauze Swab (7.5cm x  7.5cm)
  • 5 x  Hydrogel Burns Gel Sachet (3.5g)
  • 1 x  Plastic Kidney Tray  (200ml Green)
  • 1 x  Sterile Non-Adherent Dressing (10cm x  10cm)
  • 3 x Sterile  Non-Adherent Dressing (10 x  7.5cm)
  • 6 x  Sterile Non-Adherent Dressing (5cm x  5cm,
  • 1 x  Accident Report Notebook With Pencil
  • 1 x  Hypo-Allergenic Paper Tape (2.5cm x  5m)
  • 1 x  Pealess Emergency Whistle, Orange, With Matching Colour Lanyard Attached
  • 1 x  Plastic Bag, Resealable  Large  (305mm  x  230mm)
  • 1 x  Plastic Bag, Resealable Medium  (230mm x  150mm)
  • 1 x  Plastic Bag, Resealable Small (125mm x  100mm)
  • 6 x  Povidone Iodine Swabs
  • 12 x  Assorted Safety Pins
  • 1 x Stainless Steel Scissors (12.5cm)
  • 1 x  Plastic Sharps Container  (100 ml Yellow)
  • 1 x  Stainless Steel Shears, Universal (8″)
  • 1 x  Stainless Steel Splinter Forceps (12.5cm)
  • 110 x Disposable  Splinter Probe
  • 1 x  Tape, Fabric Zinc Oxide Roll (2.5cm x  5m)
  • 1 x  Digital Thermometer
  • 1 x Aluminium Led Torch with Batteries Included – Silver
  • 1 x  Aluminium Foam Padded Trek Curva-Splint (11cm x  90cm)
  • 2 x  Triangular Bandage Large
  • 25 x  Wound Closure Strips (3mm x  75mm)
  • 1 x Sterile Wound Dressing, No.13
  • 3 x Sterile  Wound Dressing, No.14
  • 3 x Sterile  Wound Dressing, No.15