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Post  LILMaMa on Mon Mar 22, 2010 1:38 am

Portable Emergency Kit
• Take this kit with you when you are ordered to evacuate. Consider items that will be easy to carry.
• Place items in a designated area that will be easily accessible in the event of an emergency.
• Make sure every member of your Family knows where the kit is.
• If you are required to shelter-in-place, keep this kit with you.
• Consider adding enough supplies to last two weeks.

Work-place Emergency Kit
• This kit should be in one container to be kept at your work station in case you must evacuate from work.
• Make sure you have comfortable walking shoes at your workplace in case you have to walk long distances.
• This kit should include at least food, water and a fi rst aid kit.
• Make sure you include your Family’s communications procedure.

Vehicle Emergency Kit
• In the event that you are stranded while driving, keep this kit in your vehicle at all times.
• This kit should contain at a minimum food, water, a fi rst aid kit, signal fl ares, jumper cables and seasonal clothing (coats, rain gear).
• Make sure you include your Family’s communications procedure.

Maintaining Your Kits
• Routinely evaluate your kits and their relevance to the threats in your area.
• Throw away and replace any expired or damaged medications, food or water.

Where to Find Additional Information
• Ready Army—
www.ready.army.mil
• Department of Homeland Security (Ready.gov)—
www.ready.gov/america/getakit/index.html
• Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)—
www.fema.gov/plan/prepare/supplykit.shtm
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