No family ever wants to have to think about an emergency, but are you prepared if anything happens? There are plenty of things in an emergency kit that you should have available, so here is a checklist to help plan for your family, browse this site.
Have an emergency plan with all the details about you and your family, so if you are hurt, someone will help you. It should include the names of all the members of your family, the drugs they are taking, the dates of birth and allergies or other relevant details about your health. Be sure to list your emergency contacts, including addresses and telephone numbers. List the location of your emergency meeting, trustworthy adults, and specifics about the doctor and insurance.
Personal identification as a driver’s licence for each member of the family, school i.d. Passport or card
Health record copies, including allergies, prescriptions, and insurance evidence
Kit for First Assistance
Per human, 1-3 gallons of water
Non-perishable food supply for 3-5 days-be sure to carry a can opener for cans
Taschenlampe and spare batteries
Articles of grooming such as soap, shampoo, tooth brush and tooth paste
Supplies of pets if you have animals
Your house and car spare keys
Children’s comfort products, such as teddy bears, blankets or small toys. Having crayons and colouring books to keep them busy is also a good idea.
Change of dress for each member of the family, including rain gear and comfortable shoes
Packs Of Garbage
Sunscreen, bug spray, and shadow umbrella
If you are ever dealing with an emergency, all of these things will come in handy for you and your family. To help them understand what an emergency is and how to stay together and calm, spend time with your kids. Have fun teaching your kids their names, address and phone number, so that if they are not with you, they can remember the details and share it with trusted adults.