Disaster Kits

Disaster KitsDisaster Preparedness Kits for Any Situation

You will have very limited time to react to ensure the safety and survival of yourself and others in an emergency situation. Whether it's your car breaking down in the middle of the freeway or a landslide, the next emergency could be just around the corner. A disaster preparation kit saves you time and energy because it contains disaster preparedness supplies such as food, water and tools needed to survive for 72 hours after an emergency, a critical period when you prepare for long-term survival. When basic needs are met, you can focus your planning, organization and strength on the well being of yourself and those around you.

Earthquake Disaster Kits, Family Disaster Kits and More

Natural disasters can devastate massive areas of land in seconds, affecting millions of people yearly. That's why emergency preparedness is so important - this is your ability to respond to and handle emergency situations. A disaster could be as minor as an unpredictable power outage or as grave as an earthquake. With an earthquake disaster kit, you wouldn't have to worry about you and your loved ones' needs as you figure out a way to find more permanent shelter or living arrangements.

Disaster SuppliesBuying a Disaster Kit and Disaster Supplies

Life472 Essentials is a family-run business known for its high quality, affordable disaster preparedness kits for your office, home, school, car or any place a disaster preparation kit could help you manage an emergency. There's no way to know where you'll be during an emergency, so many people leave disaster kits at all locations where they spend a significant amount of time.

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Earthquake Disaster KitDisaster Preparedness Kits Are Filled with Useful Disaster Supplies

A typical disaster kit should include the following contents:

  • A source of warmth
  • Copies of keys
  • Emergency contact information and methods of communication
  • Personal belongings, such as medicine
  • Disaster tools, such as a utility knife
  • Disaster food, preferably freeze dried
  • Disaster water
  • Records of your possessions
  • Photocopies of insurance and identification
  • Money
  • Disaster supplies for infants, children and pets
  • Shelter

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