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72 HOUR KITS:
During a disaster emergency situation this kit will provide you with the necessities to keep you warm, dry, and reasonably comfortable.
It should also provide you with something to eat and drink, as well as basic communications and first aid tools.
While your kit should be designed to fit your individual needs, it should also follow a few general guidelines. It should be weather proof, portable, and clearly marked with your name.
In an ideal situation you would have a disaster kit at work, one in your car, and one at home.
YOUR 72 HOUR KIT SHOULD BE OR HAVE IN IT:
MARKED WITH NAME
FOOD PREPARATION EQUIPMENT
FIRST AID KIT
BLANKET OR SLEEPING BAG
SANATATION AND TOILET SUPPLIES
COMMUNICATION KIT; PENCIL, ENVELOPES, STAMPS, PAPER...
COPY OF YOUR DISASTER PLAN
TOOLS; LEATHERMAN TYPE MULTIPURPOSE, KNIFE, WRENCH, ETC...
PERSONAL NEEDS; MEDICATIONS, CONTACT LENS SOLUTION, ETC...
This is a basic check list and should be "fleshed out" as you