Kits for Your Home
Put together a home emergency survival kit that can support 4 people for 3 days. The kit should contain
emergency food and water, shelter, sanitation, first aid, lighting and
communication devices. Place in an air tight & waterproof container.
Earthquake Kits for Your Car
Keep an earthquake kit in your
vehicle at all times. The kit should contain food, water, communication,
lighting, first aid kit and shelter supplies. Keep items in a durable nylon
backpack that will be light and easy to carry if you are forced to walk to
Earthquake Kits for Schools
The kit should contain food, water, communication, lighting, first aid kit and
shelter supplies. Check with your children’s school and ask what their plans
are if there is an earthquake.
Earthquake Kits for Offices
Place earthquake safety kits
strategically around the office. Each kit should support 5 people for 3 days by
including all of the emergency food, water, shelter, First aid kit, lighting, and
communication supplies necessary for surviving at work after a major
earthquake. Remember, after an earthquake, your building may be unsafe to
occupy, stores will be closed, and roads will be down! This means that
employees may be stuck at work for days if not weeks.