Store near front door. Backpacks make handy containers.
1. Prescription drugs in child-proof containers.
2. Food for special diets.
3. Clothing for 24 hours.
4. Eye glasses/contact lenses.
5. Radio, flashlight, batteries.
6. Personal hygiene items.
7. Property identification.
8. Money, credit card numbers, checks.
9. Infant/child supplies.
10. Toys and games for children (Books, puzzles, playing cards).
11. Irreplaceable items, i.e. photos, important papers.
12. One gallon of water per day per person.
13. Food and water for pets/carrying case for small pets/leashes.
No matter where you live or how much driving you do, every car your family uses should be equipped with emergency supplies.
1. Blankets or sleeping bags.
2. Booster cables, tools, flares, flashlight, batteries.
3. Bottled water.
4. Canned fruits and buts (can opener).
5. First Aid Kit and Red Cross Reference Guide.
6. Candles and matches (water proof).
7. Rain gear, walking shoes, hat, gloves, clothing.
72 Hour Kit
Storing emergency supplies before a disaster can add to your family’s safety and comfort during a disaster. You should store enough supplies for at least 72 hours.
1. First Aid Kit and Reference Guide.
2. One gallon of water per day per person.
3. Food (packaged, canned no-cook, baby food and special diet foods).
4. Can opener (non-electric).
5. Blankets or sleeping bags.
6. Fire extinguisher (ABC type).
7. Essential medication and eye glasses.
8. Money. Make sure you have small denomination bills as change may not be available.
9. Food, water and medication for pets.
10. Portable radio, flashlights and batteries.
11. Alternate cooking source and matches.
12. Heavy gloves and sturdy shoes.
13. Adjustable wrench (12” or larger for utility shutoff).
14. White plastic garbage bags that can be seen at night for rain protection.