Everything You Need On Your Emergency Kit Checklist

Everything You Need On Your Emergency Kit Checklist

March 21, 2020

Disaster can strike at any time. That’s why it’s extremely important to have an emergency kit checklist. Knowing that your kit is fully stocked at all times will give you peace of mind. Most items are inexpensive and easy to find.

After an emergency, you may need to survive on your own for several days. Being prepared means you have enough food, water, and other supplies to last for at least 72 hours. Get prepared ahead of time and be sure to have these items in your emergency kit.

EMERGENCY KIT CHECKLIST: BASIC SUPPLIES 

  • Water – You will need one gallon of water per person, per day, for at least three days. Water will be used for drinking and sanitation needs.
  • Food – You’ll need at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food, such as ready-to-go canned meats, fruits, and vegetables.
  • Important documentation – For example, copies of insurance policies, emergency contacts, and ID cards. Keep them all in a waterproof bag just in case.
  • NOAA Weather Radio With Flashlight
  • First aid kit
  • Extra batteries
  • Moist towelettes
  • Maps of the area
  • Multi-purpose tool

Now TIDRADIO FRS License-Free TD-M2 is come. 

✅TD-M2 with 11 channels NOAA weather warning function will automatically scan and latest weather updates and warning of severe weather; Convenient for family.
✅4x 1500mAh rechargeable battery and 2-in-1 USB charging cable support faster and safer charging, long stand by.
✅License-free FRS walkie talkies, just press the PTT button to talk to your team members on the same channel. Beginners and kids are also easy to use.

It will help you the most when disaster strikes

WHERE TO KEEP EMERGENCY KITS

  • Home: Keep this kit in a designated place. And make sure that everyone in the family knows where it is.
  • Work: Be prepared to shelter at work. Keep another kit at your office/desk, because disaster can strike at any time.
  • Vehicle: In case you get stranded, keep an emergency kit in your car. 


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