Get Your Kit Together
Emergency preparedness is a responsibility that we all share.
Having essential supplies handy in an emergency is a vital part of preparedness. A home kit enables survival for a minimum of seven days. It’s a good idea to have smaller versions of your kit outside of your home because you may be at work, school, or in your vehicle when an emergency occurs.
Get Your Kit Together Video Series
Wondering what to include in your emergency kits? Check out this helpful, seven-part "Get Your Kit Together" video series and kit lists for ideas!
Video #1 - Vehicle Kit
If you spend a lot of time in your car, boat or RV, you should have an emergency kit to supplement your grab-and-go bag, or a separate kit you keep in your vehicle. View a Vehicle Kit list of what to include.
Video #2 - Older Adults
Some of us are in good health but aren’t quite as agile as we used to be. Some of us have hearing, vision or mobility challenges. Whatever our limitations, we still need to be prepared for an emergency. View the Older Adults Kit video and kit list for ideas.
Video #3 - Pets
This video demonstrates the items to include in your emergency kit for your pet or service animal. View the Pet Kit video and kit list of items you may want to consider including.
Video #4 - Kids
This video has tips on what to include for your children when getting your emergency kit together. View Kids' Kit video and kit list for ideas on what to include.
Video #5 - Work
Emergencies can happen when you're on the job. This video demonstrates what to include in your workplace emergency kit. View our Work Kit video and kit list for ideas on what to have on hand.
Video #6 - Home
This video features items to include in your home emergency kit. View the Home Kit video and kit list.
Video #7 - Grab and Go
Emergencies can happen at any time and a grab and go kit is helpful to have readily available. View the Grab and Go Kit video and kit list.
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