Emergency and First Aid Kit Los Angeles

AT HOME
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
IN THE CAR
• 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

AT WORK
• 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