First Aid & Emergency Preparedness How To Build An Emergency Preparedness Kit Date: September 2, 2016Author: FixedByDoc 2 Comments Disaster Kits… Error This video doesn’t exist Share this:TwitterTumblrFacebookEmailLinkedInRedditPinterestSkypeLike this:Like Loading...
Agree there should be designated ready for the particular circumstances. That is why we pay taxes for emergency management. Agree it is best to be prepared in case those services don’t kick in for 24-36 hours. Most communities have a school designated or a community center. Hauling water adds additional weight burden. Maybe it’s important to get a Sawyer filter in the emergency bag too.
A good water filter would be a great addition but not always going to find water and flood water isn’t safe to drink even if filtered and boiled. If have a car then it isn’t generally that big of a deal to put 2 gallons of water in the trunk. Add an ounce of rum in winter to keep from freezing.