#EstudyanTIPS: How To Make An Emergency BagAuthor: Margo - Office of PR and Marketing | November 23, 2020
You never know when disaster might strike, so it's always a good idea to keep an emergency "go bag" to grab when it does. Here's how you can put together your own emergency bag.
Pack at least a gallon of water per person and non perishable food that will last you 3 days. Also pack a can opener.
Pack a battery-operated radio, a flashlight, and a whistle. Also pack spare batteries, and powerbanks with cables.
Also remember to pack a first aid kit and maintenance medicine if you need any
Pack enough clothes, underwear and slippers. Pack blankets as well.
To stay clean, make sure you also pack a toiletry kit and some wet wipes.
We hope that you never get to use your emergency bag, but it’s great knowing you have one ready in case anything goes wrong.
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Author:Margo - Office of PR and Marketing | Date: February 24, 2021
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