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Whether a Natural Disaster or the events of 9-11 have inspired you to protect your family or business with a Survival Kit or Disaster Kit.
You can survive without food for about 4 days, but without water you may only last hours. A 72 Hour Kit can extend those numbers by up to ten fold. You may look at television footage of disasters - tornados, earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, fires, - and feel comforted by the presence of the Red Cross. You see them handing out blankets and medical personnel giving aid and you wonder why we would emphasize the need for emergency survival kits. You may think "This could never happen to me," or "The Red Cross will take care of us." But the truth is watch those same news stories and count how many people are reportedly found alive after 72 hours.
This is especially important when packing medication, particularly for people with serious medical problems such as diabetes or heart conditions. If your child needs insulin daily, make sure there's enough to get him through the first 3 days of a crisis. Make sure you check the expiration dates on medications and replace as necessary. Three days worth of supplies may seem like a lot when you're packing, but you'll be awfully glad you have it later.
If you don't already have them, making sure your home and vehicle are equipped with emergency survival kits should be your number one priority. How do you know what items are necessary for your survival kit? How do you know how to keep your first aid supply replenished and up-to-date? The answers are here, on the internet, in libraries, and at Relief Organizations but what is best for you? For families today, sometimes the hectic pace of everyone's schedules leaves little time for daily errands, let alone buying all the necessary tools and supplies for a survival kit. Luckily, these items are available, all in a one-stop on-line superstore. For the busy families of today, it's a much needed solution to a very important question. How Prepared Are You?
Disasters can strike anywhere. The tsunami in Indonesia, the blizzards hitting the Northeast US, the earthquakes in the West, the hurricanes in the Atlantic States, and the tornadoes of the Midwest. You might be prepared at work or home, but what about while you're driving home? Not only should you have a home emergency kit, but a car emergency kit, for each of your vehicles, as well. And don't forget your vacation homes or cabins. Many families find that it's useful to have more than one emergency kit in a house. Should the worst happen, it may not be feasible to get from one floor to the next to get to your survival supplies. Having multiple emergency survival kits would ensure that this doesn't happen.
Preparing your own home for disaster is also a good time to reach out to loved ones and make sure that they're prepared as well. Elderly friends and relatives could greatly benefit from you taking the time to make sure they're stocked and to explain to them the use of all their survival items. You may just save their life.
Is your house equipped with disaster survival kits? If your answer is no, now is the time to put them together. We live in uncertain times. We are no longer facing threats just from nature, but from enemies abroad who have no problem attacking us where we live. Where you live!
Every household needs an emergency survival kit. In many cases it's a good idea to have two. Make sure your children know where they are located, what all the items in it are and how they should be used. And make sure they know that this is not another toy box. This is a kit that can save your life. Always have a back-up plan and alternate meeting places in case you get separated. Don’t count on telephones or even cellphones to maintain communications. Complete your kits with contact information, medications, maps, and anything else you think would be a necessity.
Is your office prepared for a disaster, or maybe you think that's none of your concern. Most people spend a over third of their life at work. When disaster hits, there's a good chance that's where you'll be. What about your children's school? Get to know the staff and make sure that they are prepared. Offer to make emergency survival kits yourself. You can never be too prepared.
In today's fast pace world, we spend a lot of time in cars. Make sure there are auto safety kits for all the family vehicles. Check with neighbors and friends. Any place you and your family spends time should be prepared for the worst. Explain to people what you are doing to insure your families' safety and encourage them to do the same.
In an emergency an auto survival kit could be a lifesaver. Our road safety kits can help get your car, truck or RV back on the road quickly. Be sure to buy a personal emergency kit for yourself and passengers. Our emergency kits contains items such as water ration pouches, food ration bars, reflective survival blanket, emergency radio, first aid supplies, N95 masks, lightstick, flashlight and more.
Tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes and snowstorms. You never know when they will strike and you have to be well prepared for when the unexpected arrives. To get started we recommend basic emergency & disaster supplies. Get one step closer to being prepared for what life may send your way.
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