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Hurricane Emergency Kits

Hurricane Emergency Kits



When hurricane season approaches, it's crucial to be ready for the unpredictable and potentially devastating forces of nature. One of the most important steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones is to create a well-thought-out Hurricane Emergency Kit. Here, we provide a comprehensive Hurricane Emergency Kit checklist to ensure you are prepared for any hurricane-related emergency.

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Preparing for the Storm: Your Hurricane Emergency Kit

Hurricanes can have various degrees of destruction based on their strength, from minor including taking down a few trees and throwing around smaller items, to major destruction leaving nothing but ruin in their wake. Preparation is very situational and sometimes bugging out may be the better option. Having a grab and go bag for such occasions can be a game changer, as you can grab it and leave the premises at a moments notice rather than waste precious time trying to quickly pack whatever supplies you can.  

Our hurricane kits cover all basics for survival as they typically contain enough supplies for an individual to last 72 hours, and contain necessities such as food and water with a 5 year shelf-life, radios, solar blankets, matches, first aid supplies and more.

Prepare yourself and your family with comprehensive grab-and-go emergency kits in case you need to evacuate a region ahead of an impending storm, or to hunker down and wait it out. These kits include necessities such as food, water, first aid and tools. 

The Hurricane Emergency Kit Checklist:

1. Food and Water:

  • Stock up on non-perishable food items such as canned goods, granola bars, and dried fruits.
  • Ensure you have a gallon of water per person per day for at least three days.
  • Don't forget a manual can opener and reusable utensils.

2. First Aid Supplies:

  • Assemble a basic first aid kit that includes bandages, antiseptic wipes, adhesive tape, tweezers, and scissors.
  • Include any necessary prescription medications.
  • Add a multi-purpose tool or Swiss army knife.

3. Clothing and Bedding:

  • Pack extra clothing, including sturdy shoes, rain gear, and warm layers.
  • Include blankets or sleeping bags for everyone.
  • Remember hats, gloves, and sunglasses for protection.

4. Communication Devices:

  • Have a battery-powered or hand-crank NOAA weather radio.
  • Include extra batteries or a solar-powered charger for your devices.
  • A whistle or signal flare can be useful for signaling for help.

5. Personal Hygiene and Sanitation:

  • Pack personal hygiene items such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, and hand sanitizer.
  • Include trash bags, moist towelettes, and feminine hygiene products.
  • A portable toilet or disposable bags can be invaluable.

6. Important Documents:

  • Store copies of essential documents in a waterproof container. This includes identification, insurance policies, medical records, and proof of address.
  • Consider a USB drive with digital copies.
  • Add a list of emergency contacts.

7. Cash and Credit Cards:

  • Have some cash on hand in small denominations, as ATMs may not be operational during a hurricane.
  • Keep credit/debit cards in a secure, waterproof container.

8. Tools and Supplies:

  • Include a flashlight with extra batteries and glow sticks.
  • A wrench or pliers for turning off utilities.
  • Duct tape, plastic sheeting, and a utility knife can help with repairs.

9. Entertainment and Comfort Items:

  • Pack a deck of cards, books, or other forms of entertainment.
  • Include comfort items like stuffed animals for children.
  • Keep a list of emergency numbers for local support organizations.

10. Special Needs Items:

  • If you have infants or pets, remember their specific needs, including formula, diapers, and pet food.
  • If you or a family member have special medical needs, make sure you have the necessary supplies.

11. Food and Water for Pets:

  • Don't forget your furry family members; include enough pet food and water for them.
  • Have a leash, collar, and identification for your pets.

12. Evacuation Plan:

  • Develop a clear evacuation plan and share it with your family.
  • Identify local shelters and their locations.
  • Plan for transportation if you need to leave your home.

Remember: Regularly check and update your Hurricane Emergency Kit to ensure that items are not expired and are in good condition. Being prepared is your best defense against the unpredictable forces of nature. Stay safe, and don't wait until the last minute to assemble your hurricane emergency supply kit. It's your lifeline when the storm hits.

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