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Awareness: NASA Employees Preparadness Emergency Plan Supply Kit Download



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National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationIf there’s an emergency
will you Be Prepared?
What You Need To Know About Personal Preparedness
Emergency Supply Kit
www.nasa.gov
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Are You Ready?
Emergency Supply Kits
Emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere. An emergency may cause you and your family to shelter in place or evacuate for an unknown period of time. Even though first responders are on scene working hard, it may be hours or even days before they can reach you. That is why it is important to build an emergency supply kit for your home and your car. The items listed below are highly recommended for your emergency supply kit; however, you know your needs best, so add other items as you see fit.
This icon identifies emergency supply kit items for your car. Quantities identified below may differ from those in the regular kit, because an emergency supply kit for your car is to be used in case of a breakdown or prolonged delay. For winter months, be sure you include a shovel, warm clothes, and rock salt.
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Water
1 gallon of water per person per day (drinking, food preparation, and sanitation)
Food
Store at least a 3-day supply of nonperishable food for each person. Select foods that require no refrigeration and little preparation and that meet any dietary restrictions you or your family may have. Select food items that are compact and lightweight. Be sure you rotate your food items every 6 months.
Ready-to-eat canned meats
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A 3-day supply of water for each person in your household Water purification agents and filters (available at most camping stores) Juices, canned or powdered Soups, bouillon cubes or dried Smoked or dried meats such as beef jerky Milk, powered or canned High-energy foods such as protein bars
First -Aid Kit
We recommend that you have two first-aid kits—one for your home and one for your car. Your first-aid kits should include the following items:
Sterile adhesive bandages
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2-inch sterile gauze pads in assorted sizes (8–12) 3-inch sterile gauze pads (8-12) Hypoallergenic adhesive tape Triangular bandages (3) 2- and 3-inch sterile roller bandages (3 rolls each) Scissors Tweezers Needle Bar of soap Moistened towelettes (8–10 packages) Antiseptic spray Nonbreakable thermometer Aspirin or other pain reliever Antidiarrheal medication Antacids Emetic (to induce vomiting) Vitamins Laxatives Eyewash Rubbing alcohol Antiseptic or hydrogen peroxide
Tongue blades and wooden applicator sticks
Nonprescription Medication
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Tube of petroleum jelly or other lubricant Assorted sizes of safety pins Cleansing agent—soap Latex gloves
Tools and Supplies
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Paper cups, plates, and plastic utensils Family emergency preparedness plan Battery-operated radio and extra batteries Flashlight and extra batteries Cash or traveler’s checks and some change Multitool Can opener Maps/road atlases Disposable chargers (for cell phones, iPod, etc.) Fire extinguisher Pliers Tape Matches in a waterproof container Aluminum foil Plastic storage containers Signal flare Paper and pencil Sewing kit Medicine dropper Shutoff wrench for gas and water Whistle Plastic sheeting Dust mask and work gloves
Sanitation and Hygiene
Clothing and Bedding
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Toilet paper and towelettes Soap and liquid detergent Feminine supplies Personal hygiene items Plastic garbage bags and ties Small shovel to dig expedient latrine Plastic bucket with tight lid Disinfectant Household chlorine bleach Include at least one complete change of clothing and footwear per person Sturdy shoes or work boots Rain gear Blankets or sleeping bags Hat and gloves Thermal underwear Sunglasses
Special Needs
For Adults
For Pets
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Formula Diapers Bottles Powdered milk Medications Extra blankets For Baby Prescription drugs (blood pressure medications, insulin, etc.) Denture supplies Contact lenses and supplies Extra eye glasses Extra hearing-aid batteries Other durable medical equipment Food Crate Water Medicine Leash Collapsible bowl Vaccination records
Miscellaneous
 
Keep these records in a waterproof, portable container.
TIP: Store the items of your supply kit in an
easy-to-carry container such as a plastic bin. Keep a smaller version of your emergency-supplies kit in the trunk of your car in the event you have to evacuate.
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Games for children Books for adults Entertainment Will, insurance policies, contracts, deeds, stocks, and bonds Passports, social security cards, driver’s licenses Bank account numbers Credit card account numbers and companies contact information Inventory of valuable household goods Family records (birth and/or marriage certificates, important telephone numbers, and immunization records) Important Documents
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will you
Be Prepared?
NP-2010-08-670-HQ

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