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Solo Chainsaw Trauma Kit

Solo Chainsaw Trauma Kit

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Containing the most effective self-aid tools available to address extreme bleeding, the Solo Kit is a low profile, belt mounted Chainsaw Trauma kit laid out for one handed operation under extreme stress.

Designed to be mounted and left attached to the belt of chainsaw chaps; or hooked to an Arborist's saddle,  the Solo Chainsaw Trauma Kit allows you to access the lifesaving components quickly when needed, while not interfering with your cutting activities. Each component is carefully chosen to provide the most effective care while being light weight and minimizing bulk.

Components are contained in Forest Safety Product's exclusive Chainsaw Trauma Pouch with a rapid access strap. Manufactured by Atlas46, weighing only about half of pound, and taking up only 4 inches of belt space its features include:

  • Made in the USA
  • Safety Orange - There’s no question the purpose of the kit in bright safety orange, differentiating it from other tool pouches that may be on your chaps.
  • 1000d Cordura Construction - Easily withstands everything the forest throws at it.
  • Atlas46 AIMS mounting system accommodates belts up to 3” and makes it easy to add or remove to belt or gear. 
  • Large Metal D-Ring - Easily grabbed even with gloved hands. One pull brings the lifesaving tourniquet to where you can quickly put it to use.
  • Elastic opening - keeps out sawdust and debris.
  • Attachment point for arborists to connect to their climbing gear.
  • Sewn cross designating it as medical supplies.
  • Velcro detachable rapid access strap– allows you to pull the contents free of the pouch for easy access if needed.

    The contents of the Solo Kit Include

    • 1 Combat Application Tourniquet
    • 1 QuikClot Advanced Clotting Gauze 3" x 4' 
    • 1 Mini Compression Bandage
    • 1 CPR Face Shield
    • 1 Whistle
    • 1 Pair Nitrile Gloves
    • 1 Re-sealable 4-mil clear zip bag
    •  Kit Loading Instructions


      1 FOREST SAFETY PRODUCTS Chainsaw Trauma Case with Rapid Access Ribbon.

      1 North American Rescue Combat Application Tourniquet Gen7 Orange: Since its combat introduction by the U.S. Army in 2005, the Combat Application Tourniquet – a true one-handed tourniquet – has decreased the mortality rate due to extreme exsanguination by 85%. The U.S. Army Institute of Research deemed it to be 100% effective.

      1 QuikClot Advanced Clotting Gauze 3" x 4': Tested and proven through years of combat use by the U.S. Military, QuikClot can be depended on to save time when every second counts. The hemostatic gauze works on contact to stop bleeding by accelerating your body’s natural clotting process, clotting blood five times faster. This pack contains one sterile 4 foot clotting gauze impregnated with kaolin, a naturally-occurring mineral proven to be effective as a hemostatic agent. Inorganic and inert, kaolin is non-allergenic, making it safe and effective to use. QuikClot’s extremely absorbent gauze is flexible and pliable, easily contouring to wounds.

      1 Mini Compression Bandage: The Mini Compression Bandage provides a fast, effective tool for many kinds of traumas and injuries (particularly those involving arterial bleeding in extremities). Manufactured with a 4 x 6 inch non-adherent pad with a 42 in. elastic bandage. It has both hook & loop as well as a sturdy C-Clip closure to hold the dressing in place. The bandage is sterile unless opened or damaged.

      1 CPR Face Shield

      1 Slim Rescue Howler Whistle: Up to 100 decibels, pea-less, ultralight and compact. Comes with a yellow lanyard

      1 Pair Nitrile Gloves

      1 Re-sealable 4-mil clear zip bag

      Kit Loading Instructions

      Solo Trauma Case complete with components, Tourniquet refolded for rapid access:

      Approximate Size: 5.5”" x 4.5" x 3"

      Weight: 11 oz.


       How to Load your Kit:


      For CAT Tourniquet use please see:

      CAT Resources


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      United States United States
      I recommend this product

      Buy this kit!

      Unfortunately had to use this on a person working with me do to this kit an being able to quickly access it it saved his fingers an hand from being a total loss. We now have purchased a dozen of these to make sure everyone is outfitted with these an have extras. An accident happens when u least expect it. With a little training this kit will save a life!

      United States United States
      I recommend this product

      Convenient for protecting our crew.

      The pack that allows for rapid access by either hand while securing the items on the webbing is a great solution for times when the user may not be performing at their best.

      David F.
      United States United States
      I recommend this product

      Solo Chainsaw Trauma Kit

      haven't used it, hope not to. It is a well crafted, no nonsense kit that could save life or limb.

      Gord P.
      Canada Canada
      I recommend this product

      Light, Compact and Rugged!

      Excellent so far! I have used it for 5 months now. I never grab a chainsaw or go into the forest without the Kit clipped to my belt or suspenders. I like the compact design, all the contents I need to immediately treat a trauma, including a whistle to call for help and the one-handed pull strap is an ingenious design. Recommended 100%!

      William S.
      United States United States
      I recommend this product

      Exactly what I needed, but not perfect

      Everything about this is a great idea - compact, easy to keep on your person, one-pull quick access. But the opening, at least on mine, was too small, the elastic ran out of stretch before the opening was fully expanded. I struggled to get the contents out to do the initial setup/packing, and getting everything back in once set up according to the instructions was impossible. I tried putting it all in folded up together as instructed, and I tried putting each piece in separately and folding it up as I went, and nothing worked. I ended up cutting the opening and the elastic cord with scissors, and finally, I was able to get it packed. I have to wonder, with the opening as tight as it was, would the contents pull out as easily as intended in a time of need? Other than that, a great product, and I feel better being out there with first aid within easy reach.