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72 Hour Emergency Preparedness Supplies for Earthquake, Hurricane, Tornado, Twister, Nuclear Disasters, Wilderness Survival & More... C.E.R.T. & F.E.M.A. recommended supplies. (Don't forget COLD PACKS - great for cooling foods, treating heat injuries and more - essential disaster supplies!)
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#1 Prepare your Car BEFORE your Home.Why? 90% of Americans own a car and travel in it regularly... far more than any other nation. Your vehicle is almost always with you... whether at home or away. Keep your Emergency Preparedness Supplies in your vehicle and odds are you will have them handy when you need them.
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#2 Eat the food in your Freezer AFTER the food in your Refrigerator.Do not open your freezer, if the power goes out, tape your freezer shut. After depleting the perishables in your fridge, move on to freezer items, quickly. If you have items still frozen in there (towards the middle of the freezer) pull the thawed items to your fridge for another cold storage location, work through that, and allow the still-frozen food to remain in the freezer until it thaws. Repeat until all perishable food is consumed and only then move on to your canned and dry goods.
#3 Do Not Flush Your Toilets (Yet)Why? The water in your toilet tank is potable water... same as your tap water. Save it for Drinking water... If you flush your toilets, your are using gallons of safe, drinkable water that could help sustain your family. Remember, too, that if you have a tank water heater, this may also have many, many gallons of safe water for your consumption so use it for drinking.
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#4 Change your flashlight and emergency radio batteries every time you adjust your clocks.Why? This is an easy way to remember to keep your emergency supplies ready to use. Each time you adjust your clocks forward or back, change the batteries in your emergency supplies and while you are at it, check the condition and expiration dates of everything in our supply packs... it may be time for replacements or to augment what you have gathered with additional supplies.
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MEDIUM METAL GENERAL INDUSTRY Smart Compliance™ FIRST AID KITS
MEDIUM METAL RESTAURANT INDUSTRY SmartCompliance™ FIRST AID KITS
SmartCompliance™ LARGE GENERAL INDUSTRY KIT (With Oral Medications or With Extra Wound Care Items)
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Smart Compliance SmartTab ezRefills and Supplies:
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Instant Cold Compresses, Reusable Cold Packs, Cold Packs for Kids, Ice Pack Securing Wrap , Instant Cold Packs, Instant Ice Packs, Cold Therapy, Ice Packs, Unitized Cold Products, Cold Packs by Health Science Labs
Hand Warmers, Pocket Warmers, Heat Compress, Glove Warmers, Reusable Hot Packs, Body Warmer, Hot Packs, Sports Injury Therapy, Unitized Hot Products
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Accident Investigation, ANSI Material Safety Data Sheet, Back Safety, Compressed Gas Cylinders, Computer Workstation Safety, Conflict Resolution in Industrial Facilities, Conflict Resolution in the Office, Crane Safety, Dealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Employees, Dealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Managers, Dealing with Hazardous Spills, Driving Safety, Electrical Safety, Eye Safety, Fall Protection, Fire Extinguishers, Fire Prevention in Healthcare Facilities, Fire Prevention in the Office, First Aid, Hand and Power Tool Safety, Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety, Handling a Sexual Harassment Investigation, Hazardous Materials Labels, Heat Stress, Industrial Ergonomics, Industrial Fire Prevention, Ladder Safety, Machine Guard Safety, Manufacturing Package, Materials Handling Safety, Office Ergonomics, Office Safety, Preventing Sexual Harassment for Employees, Preventing Sexual Harassment for Managers, Rigging Safety, Safety Audits, Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention, Safety Orientation, Safety Showers and Eye Washes, Slips, Trips and Falls, Welding Safety, Wellness and Fitness, Winter Safety, Workplace Harassment in Industrial Facilities, Workplace Harassment in the Office, Workplace Stress, Workplace Violence
Laboratory Safety Series
Compressed Gas Cylinders in the Laboratory, Electrical Safety in the Laboratory, Flammables and Explosives in the Laboratory, Laboratory Ergonomics, Laboratory Hoods, Laboratory Safety Series: 12 Program Package, Material Safety Data Sheets in the Laboratory, Orientation to Laboratory Safety, OSHA Formaldehyde Standard, Planning for Laboratory Emergencies, Preventing Contamination in the Laboratory, Safe Handling of Laboratory Glassware, Safety Showers and Eye Washes in the Laboratory
HAZWOPER Safety Series
HAZWOPER: Accidental Release Measures and Spill Cleanup Procedures, HAZWOPER: ANSI Material Safety Data Sheet, HAZWOPER: Confined Space Entry, HAZWOPER: Dealing With The Media In Emergency Situations, HAZWOPER: Decontamination Procedures, HAZWOPER: Electrical Safety in HAZMAT Environments, HAZWOPER: Emergency Response Plan, HAZWOPER: Exposure Monitoring and Medical Surveillance, HAZWOPER: Fire Prevention, HAZWOPER: Handling Hazardous Materials, HAZWOPER: HAZMAT Labeling, HAZWOPER: Heat Stress, HAZWOPER: Introduction to HAZWOPER Retraining, HAZWOPER: Medical Surveillance Programs, HAZWOPER: Monitoring Procedures and Equipment, HAZWOPER: Personal Protective Equipment, HAZWOPER: Personal Protective Equipment and Decontamination Procedures, HAZWOPER: Respiratory Protection, HAZWOPER: Safety Orientation, HAZWOPER: Site Safety and Health Plan, HAZWOPER: Understanding Chemical Hazards, HAZWOPER: Understanding HAZWOPER, HAZWOPER: Work Practices and Engineering Controls, HAZWOPER: 40-Hour Training Package, HAZWOPER: 8-Hour Annual Retraining Series Package, HAZWOPER: All 23 HAZWOPER Series Programs, HAZWOPER: Emergency Response: Awareness Package, HAZWOPER: Emergency Response: HAZMAT Technician Package, HAZWOPER: Emergency Response: Operations Package, HAZWOPER: General Training Package, HAZWOPER: Supplemental Training Package
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TIPS TO SURVIVE:
Tip #1: Prepare your Car before your Home. Why? 90% of Americans own a car and travel in it regularly... far more than any other nation. Your vehicle is almost always with you... whether at home or away. Keep your Emergency Preparedness Supplies in your vehicle and odds are you will have them handy when you need them.
Tip #2: Eat the food in your Freezer after the Food in your Refrigerator. Why? Even though prepared Americans typically will have a well stocked supply of Emergency Preparedness Food and Water, it is advisable to eat and drink what you have in your home BEFORE you break into these supplies. Eat and drink what is available in your home first in case you need to take the Emergency supplies with you - You may be evacuated or find a need to move. Save the more portable Emergency rations for that purpose. Eat and drink what you have in your home sensibly. Do not even open your freezer to take stock of what is inside, in fact, if the power goes out - tape your freezer shut to hold the cold inside. Eat the food in your Refrigerator First, as it will spoil while the freezer food is slowly thawing in the sealed freezer compartment. This can buy you an extra 24 hours in a well stocked, well sealed freezer. After depleting the perishables in your fridge, then move on to the freezer items, but do it quickly - If you have items still frozen in there (towards the middle of the freezer) If so, pull the thawed items to your refrigerator for another cold storage location, work through that, and allow the still-frozen food to remain in the freezer until it thaws... repeat until all perishable food is consumed, and only then move on to your canned and dry goods. This will help you stretch your food supplies for days.
Tip #3: Do Not Flush Your Toilets (Yet) Why? The water in your toilet tank is potable water... same as your tap water. Save it for Drinking water... If you flush your toilets, your are using gallons of safe, drinkable water that could help sustain your family. Remember, too, that if you have a tank water heater, this may also have many, many gallons of safe water for your consumption so use it for drinking.
Tip #4: Change your flashlight and Emergency Radio batteries every time you adjust your clocks (daylight savings and standard time) Why? This is an easy way to remember to keep your emergency supplies ready to use. Each time you adjust your clocks forward or back, change the batteries in your Emergency supplies and while you are at it, check the condition and expiration dates of everything in our supply packs... it may be time for replacements or to augment what you have gathered with additional supplies.
FIND THESE ESSENTIAL SURVIVAL TOOLS AND SUPPLIES ABOVE:
The Ready Campaign and Citizen Corps (www.citizencorps.gov) are encouraging individuals across the nation to take important preparedness steps that will greatly improve their ability to survive and recover from all types of emergencies, whether natural or man-made. These steps include getting an emergency supply kit, making a family emergency plan, becoming informed about the different emergencies that may affect them, and getting involved in community preparedness and response efforts. PREPARE NOW...
Ways & Places for you to Prepare Now! - See these emergency products in the cateories above...
- Pandemic Preparedness
- Red Cross Emergency Response Center
- Workplace Disaster Kits
- Business First Aid Kits
- First Aid Stations & Cabinets
- OSHA Smart Compliance
- Home First Aid Kits
- Emergency & Disaster
- Preparedness for Pets
- Children's Emergency Preparedness
- Pandemic Prevention
- Emergency Food & Water
- First Aid Fundraising
- Red Cross Student Packs
- Evacuation Supplies
- Pandemic Exposure Avoidance
- Sanitary Supplies
- Blood / Airborne Pathogen Prevention
- Disaster Packs- Wipe It Down!
- Pandemic Kits
- Personal Protection Supplies
- CERT Gear
- Outdoor & Camping Preparedness
- Disaster Gear
- CPR, First Aid, & AED Training
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CERT Gear, C.E.R.T. Equipment, Cert field books, handbooks, pads, CERT clothing, C.E.R.T. helmets... basically all CERT Products your Community Emergency Response Team could need!
Be prepared for anthrax, armageddon, avalanche, blizzard, crisis, terrorist attack, tornado, tsunami, major disaster, firestorm, heat wave, earthquake, hurricane or other emergency. We have Tow Ropes, Aqua Blox, aquatanks, automobile emergency kits, backpacks, batteries, black out supplies, blankets, burn unit, camping supplies, camping survival & More... Supplies for canoeing, emergency checklist, classroom preparedness, and comprehensive deluxe 72 hour kits.
Whatever disaster you prepare for in your region, we have the disaster kit & disaster preparedness supplies for everything on your disaster preparedness checklist. If you believe in being prepared for doomsday, drought, or other catastrophe, rest assured that our website can prepare you with Drinking Water, Duct Tape, dust masks, emergency candles, emergency first aid, emergency food, emergency food rations, and effective emergency instructions. We are your emergency survival kit supply source!
We offer FEMA recommended supplies, AAA recommended Flares and Flat Tire Fixer, C.E.R.T. supplies including food, food bars, food rations, food storage, food storage containers, and CERT gear. If you are concerned about Homeland security, you can find every conceivable Homeland security product, from jumper cables to light sticks. You won't go hungry with out meals ready to eat on hand, and a comprehensive medical kit will mend your wounds.
Whether a natural disaster like El Nino, or a foreign threat, keep a reddy pack, on hand, and don't forget the special items like a poncho, a port a potty for hygiene and disease control, potassium iodide, and other essential preparedness supplies. An ounce of prevention, like storage of purified water, for a quake or natural disaster, radios to communicate and learn what Emergency Services are available, basic rations, and overall readiness, can prepare you and your loved ones or coworkers to ride out the 72 hour period recommended while awaiting rescue.
For your vehicle, always have an emergency roadside kit on hand with Road Flares, Rope, rucksack, and generals safety supplies, maybe a safety vest, Solar Blanket, Army Knife, solar radio flashlight, Spot Light, Waterproof Poncho, & whistle.
Make sure your kids are safe with school emergency kits and school emergency first aid supplies. School kits should include the basic food, water, first aid , communication, sanitary, and heating/shelter supplies, and the school (like your workplace) should be prepared with adequate search and rescue kits, security, and supplies with adequate shelf life. Check back regularly for our specials like free solar powered flashlights, and see our seasonal specials on survival kits, and survival supplies.
We appreciate you taking the time to read our survival tips, and look for new items each Month such as our U.S. Coast Guard Approved Survival Food and US Coast Guard Approved First Aid Kits. Also Visit the USGS for earthquake information, and learn about volcanic threats, volcanoes are as likely a threat in the US now as war, so think of the essential needs like Water in a sealed water barrel, water preserver or water purifier, waterproof containers for clothing and shelter items, and other common, yet hard to find wilderness survival, winter storm, flash flood safety kits, products and supplies - We'll be here when you are ready to prepare! Wholesale to the Public Manufacturer Direct Safety Product Sales since 1993
Survival equipment, auto survival kits make good gifts for anyone that owns a vehicle, search and rescue equipment is great for neighborhood watch, emergency kits for the Emergency, Disaster, Evacuation, Survival, Hurricane, Tornado & Earthquake Tips above - learn how to prepare and survive...
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