As we enter another year full of enthusiasm and grand ideas for our businesses, the importance of a great corporate gift can’t be denied.
Not just for Christmas, a meaningful corporate gift – like a Survival First Aid KIT featuring your own branding and logo – can help you to ensure you continue your successful relationships with your clients and community, and let them know what your business truly stands for.
Here, we break down the top 4 reasons you should create a custom Survival First Aid KIT as your corporate gift in 2020, and show you just how easy it is to turn your safety vision into a reality.
- Corporate gifts can deepen your relationships with existing clients
Giving gifts to long-standing customers or respected employees is the perfect way to thank them for their loyalty.
They’ll easily see that they’re valued by your business, and in the case of a customised First Aid KIT from Survival, that you care about their health and wellbeing.
A customised First Aid KIT is the ideal way to both show your thanks for their many years of service or custom, and will help to ensure they remain loyal to your business in the years to come.
- They’re an easy way to let the wider community know about your commitment to safety
In 2019, a staggering 166 Aussies were killed at work. Like you, Team Survival thinks this is simply unacceptable, and we want to ensure that all colleagues and co-workers have the right supplies on hand to deal with any emergency.
Across the country, work-related injury and disease costs the Australian economy $61.8 billion, and according to Safe Work Australia, the most common injuries are body stresses, slips, trips and falls, and being hit by moving objects.
This year, it’s time to take stock of safety in your workplace and check that your site is prepared for any emergency situation.
One easy way to do this is to create your own Survival First Aid KIT that’s fully branded with your businesses’ information, and have it disseminated amongst all offices, sites and branches.
Survival’s Workplace First Aid KIT contains all the components you need to be compliant with Safe Work Australia’s Workplace Health and Safety Code of Practice, taking all of the guess-work out of adhering to your WHS requirements.
If you choose to give them out as a corporate gift to your staff, even better: it’ll ensure the wider community is exposed to your brand and recognises your commitment to your employees, which will make you an employer of choice in the future.
- A customised KIT will help you stand out from other brands
Just about any business could purchase a standard corporate gift of an unbranded keychain, pen or water bottle. A customised First Aid KIT is different in that it speaks to the wider philosophies of the company.
Survival has already worked with a huge number of big-name brands and national organisations to design personalised First Aid KITs, including Scouts Australia, State Emergency Services, Surf Life Saving, Rural Fire Service, Housing Industry Association, Audi, Volkswagen, Reader’s Digest, Protech, Tynan Motors and many more.
If you’re looking to stand out from the crowd in 2020, you need look no further than a personalised, fully-branded First Aid KIT from Survival.
- You could change lives
Whether you’re at home, in the car, at work or travelling the world, the importance of a quality, fully stocked first aid KIT really can’t be overstated.
As the most responsive first aid KITS in Australia, Survival’s First Aid KITS tick off every item on your first aid checklist.
Each KIT is easy to use, with colour-coded, quick-to-access equipment that could ultimately be the difference between life and death.
This year, don’t wait until it’s too late. Grab your own set of customised First Aid KITS and show your teammates, colleagues, staff and the wider community that safety is a non-negotiable for your business.
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