Our Packaging Products are
100% Guaranteed
or your Money Back!
Search here:

Emergency 3-day Kit

Home > Moving Tips | Packing Tips  > Emergency 3-day Kit

How to Prepare a 3 Day Home or Work Emergency Preparedness Kit

Tips on How to Prepare a 3 Day Home or Work Emergency Preparedness Kit from BoxesandBags – GBE Packaging – Fast Professional Source for Wholesale Shipping and Packaging Supplies Since 1998.

Below are some suggestions or recommendations you may find useful if you need to prepare an emergency kit to keep at work or home.

It’s important to prepare for possible disasters and other emergencies. Natural and human caused disasters can strike suddenly, at any time and anywhere. Make a kit. Make a plan. Be informed Please allow us to make some more suggestions that may be helpful.

The following supplies are recommended for your home or work emergency preparedness kit:

**  Water, one gallon per person per day
(3-day supply for evacuation, 2-week supply for home)
You might consider a survival grade water filter that can filter some really nasty water and get clean drinking water.
Non-Perishable Foods, at least a three-day supply
 (3-day supply for evacuation, 2-week supply for home)
Several websites offer survival foods packaged and shipped direct to you.

Suggestions Include:
● Dried fruits
● Dry cereals
● Canned fish
● Canned fruits
● Canned meat
● Canned foods
● Nuts Granola bars
● Canned vegetables
● Whole grain crackers
● Dried Meat – Beef Jerky
● Various freeze dried foods
● Military Meals Freeze Dried
● Camping / Hunting Freeze Dried Meals 

Also Suggested

● First aid kit
 ● Disinfectant
 ● Deck of Cards
 ● Small deodorant

 ● No Rinse Shampoo
 ● Scissors and tweezers
 ● Whistle to signal for help
 ● Utility knife – Pocket knife
 ● Manual can opener for food
 ● Facial Tissues (small packet)
 ● LED Flashlight and extra batteries
 ● LED Lantern and extra batteries
 ● Moist towelettes for sanitation
 ● Electrical Tape and Basic Tool Kit
 ● Rain gear – poncho – poncho liner
 ● Duct Tape and Aluminum Foil Tape
 ● Prescription medications (if needed)
 ● Paper and pencil in waterproof poly bag
 ● Toothbrush and toothpaste – Tooth Floss
 ● Battery-powered radio and extra batteries
 ● Lighter and Matches in waterproof poly bag
 ● Personal hygiene items in waterproof poly bag
 ● Bar of soap in soap box or waterproof poly bag
 ● Garbage bags and plastic ties for personal sanitation
 ● Paper cups, plates, plastic utensils, paper towels and toilet paper
 ● Solar Chargers and Back up Batteries to keep Cel Phones Charged 

Want to build a complete survival kit.
Insulated Shipping Boxes make great survival containers for boats, ships, or planes. For survival kits you may want to include additional items:

        Signal Flares – Flare Gun
       ▪ Shroud Line – Rope – Twine
       ▪ Emergency signal strobe light
       ▪ Camping Stove – Gas or Sterno
Hand Held VHS two way radios
Compass – Maps – Portable GPS
       ▪ Survival Blanket – Pocket Warmers
       ▪ Smoke – Signal Mirror – Water Dye
       ▪ Small hatchet, Survival Knife, K-Bar or Bolo

No Comments

Post a Comment