When it comes to creating a survival kit you can use in an emergency, the challenge is determining what you actually need and how much of it would require. Preparedness for natural or manmade disasters is of concern for many people. Events like hurricanes, blizzards, tornadoes, and earthquakes can strike at any time, occasionally with little to no advance notice. When packing, consider the 3-day time frame. The rule of thumb says that a gallon of water is enough for each person for one day, with some canned foods which will satisfy food needs. Flashlights and accompanying batteries, including spares, are something that should definitely be included, along with some hand-tools.
- In light of the current global pandemic, you should really create an Emergency Survival Kit for your family.
- Your kit should be able to sustain your family for 72 hours without any outside assistance.
- Put 1 gallon of water per person in your kit, as well as plenty of packages of dehydrated food.
“You can never be too prepared when it comes to the safety and comfort of your family. Investing in your Emergency Survival Kit should be a priority.”