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Emergency Supply Checklist

 From ShakeOut on November 13, 2008



Personal Disaster Supplies Kit Checklist:

Medications, prescriptions list, copy of medical card, doctor's name and contact information
Medical consent forms for dependents
First aid kit and handbook
Examination gloves (non-latex)
Dust mask
Spare eyeglasses or contact lenses and cleaning solution
Bottled water
Whistle (to alert rescuers to your location)
Sturdy shoes
Emergency cash (small bills and coins)
Road maps
List of emergency out-of-state contact phone numbers
Non-perishable food and snack foods, high in water and calories
Manual can opener
Working flashlight with extra batteries and light bulbs, or lightsticks
Personal hygiene supplies
Premoistened towelettes
Comfort items such as games, crayons, writing materials, teddy bears
Toiletries and special provisions you need for yourself and others in your family including elderly, disabled, small children, and animals.
Sealable plastic bags
Extra clothes
Copies of personal identification (driver's license, work identification card, etc.)
Household Disaster Supplies Kit:

Household Disaster Supplies Kit:

Flashlight with extra batteries
Wrenches to turn off gas and water supplies
Sturdy work gloves and protective goggles
Heavy duty plastic bags for waste, and to serve as tarps, rain ponchos, and other uses
Portable radio with extra batteries
Additional flashlights or lightsticks
Drinking water (minimum one gallon per person, per day)
Canned and packaged foods
Manual can opener
First aid kit and handbook
Charcoal or gas grill for outdoor cooking and matches if needed
Cooking utensils, including a manual can opener
Pet food and pet restraints
Comfortable, warm clothing including extra socks
Blankets or sleeping bags, and perhaps even a tent
Copies of vital documents such as insurance policies
Fire extinguisher
Sealable plastic bags
Essential medications
Pet Disaster Supplies Kit:

Pet Disaster Supplies Kit:

Medications and medical records (stored in a waterproof container)
First aid kit
Sturdy leashes, harnesses, and/or carriers to transport pets safely and ensure that your animals can't escape.
Current photos of your pets in case they get lost
Food, potable water, bowls, cat litter/pan, and manual can opener
Information on feeding schedules, medical conditions, behavior problems, and the name and number of your veterinarian in case you have to foster or board your pets.
Pet beds and toys, if easily transportable
-- Emergency Survival Program

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