Disaster ready & living with your parents

Disasters can happen to anyone and everyone should be prepared, even people living with their parents.
Updated 28oct12

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Living ready

 
Everyone should do this.



Power failure





Water outage


 
 
 

Fire





Flood


 
 
 

Sewage backflow


 
 
 

Earthquake




What if you have to leave in a hurry?


 
 
 

Other notes





Zip Kits for kids

A zip kit is a little kit that ensures you can breathe and walk long enough to get where you need to go in an emergency. It ensures you can communicate once you get there.
A zip kit must be as small, light, and cheap as possible. It should not have anything that can leak or go bad.
The key to zip kits is always having one with you. Put one in your backpack, purse, or book bag.
 



See also

Detailed disaster Readiness More details on what to do
Deluxe zip kits NBCS kits

This information was downloaded from http://www.FamilyReady.org