step3:Prepare disaster supplies kits.
Personal disaster supplies kits
Everyone should have personal disaster supplies kits. Keep them where you spend most of your time, so they can be reached even if your building is badly damaged. The kits will be useful for many emergencies.
Keep one kit in your home, another in your car, and a third kit at work. Backpacks or other small bags are best for your disaster supplies kits so you can take them with you if you evacuate. Include at least the following items:
Medications, prescription list, copies of medical cards, doctor's name and contact information
Medical consent forms for dependents
First aid kit and handbook
Examination gloves (non-latex)
Spare eyeglasses or contact lenses and cleaning solution
Whistle (to alert rescuers to your location)
List of emergency out-of-area contact phone numbers
Snack foods, high in water and calories
Working flashlight with extra batteries and light bulbs, or light sticks
Personal hygiene supplies
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.
Copies of personal identification (drivers license, work ID card, etc.)
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