Emergency and First Aid Kit Los Angeles

We suggest first Aid kit in backpack, preferably with rollers
Find shelters near the home
Make disaster plan for the whole family
• Nonperishable packaged, canned food, high energy foods
• A gallon of water per person per day (Replace every six months and count pets as family members)
• Manual can opener
• First aid kit and essential medications
emergency-and-first-aid kit - cpr class- los angeles• Clothing, rain gear and sturdy shoes
• Blankets or sleeping bags
• Portable radio and flashlight, with spare batteries
• Important Family Documents, such as insurance policy, passports, bank accounts, and family records (in waterproof portable container)
• List of family physicians and the style and serial number of medical devices, such as pacemakers
• Extra pair of eyeglasses
• Extra set of house and car keys
• Toilet paper, toiletries and feminine hygiene items
• Fire extinguisher and propane tank
• Pet food, water and leash or carrier
• Cash and small change
• Water purification kit or unscented liquid bleach (eight drops per gallon when water is first stored), Cheesecloth (to strain water) or aqua tabs for water purification
• Any special foods and supplies for babies, the disabled or the elderly
• Plastic eating utensils, paper cups and plates
• Heavy-duty aluminum foil
• Paper towels
• Knife or razor blades
• Candles and light sticks
• Matches in waterproof container, charcoal, and lighter fluid
• Work gloves and broom
• Hammer, hand tools, and nails
• Coils of rope and wire
• Ax, crowbar and shovel
• Small tool kit
• Make a help banner reads: HELP or SOS (1 for your care & 1 for your first Aid kit)
• Large and small plastic bags
• Two tarps, 8 feet by 10 feet
• Local street map and compass
• Paper, pens and stamps
• Entertainment pack of family photos, notebooks, reading material and games
• Nylon tote or daypack
• Bottled water and collapsible bottles
• Nonperishable food
• Transistor radio, flashlight and extra batteries
• First aid kit in the car, not the trunk
• Gloves, socks, and extra pair of shoes
• Blanket or sleeping bags
• Sealable plastic bags
• Moist towelettes
• Small tool kit and manual can opener
• Matches and lighter
• Walking shoes and extra socks
• Change of clothes
• Cash (small bills and coins)
• Local street map and compass

• Dry food, such as candy bars, dried fruit, jerky and crackers
• Water or orange juice
• Tennis shoes or walking shoes
• First aid kit
• Flashlight, matches, and portable radio with extra batteries
• Small and large plastic bags
• Toiletries
• Entertainment pack of family photos, notebooks, reading material and games

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Sources: USGS, LA Fire Department, California Office of Emergency Services, Federal Emergency Management Agency and American Red Cross