David Scott
David co-founded LifeSecure in 2005, just a few months before Hurricane Katrina taught everyone that one can go hungry and thirsty in America and even die before help arrives. For over a decade David has focused on developing and discovering superior emergency and disaster survival solutions - kits and supplies. He has trained community groups in emergency preparedness, helped non-profit organizations prepare emergency kits for needy individuals, conducted community emergency response exercises, and developed emergency plans for non-profit organizations. David makes an ongoing study of how best to prepare for and respond to various natural and man-made disasters, and his mission has been to help others “live Life SECURE” every day by preparing for what may come someday.
P.O. Box 2386
Northbrook
Illinois
60065
USA

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Emergency Kit

Emergency Kit

When disaster strikes, children are the most vulnerable. If you reside in a region which is prone to disasters then you probably know the importance of having a comprehensive emergency kit. The main essentials of this kit are food, water, first aid supplies, flashlights, sanitation and hygiene supplies, and an emergency blanket.

If you have children, you will certainly have to add on to these supplies. In fact, coming up with a basic kit if you have children can be a tricky affair. However, it is easy when you know the main essentials for survival to be included in your emergency kit.

The most important thing any parent will worry about when disaster strikes is food and water supplies for their children. This is particularly why your emergency kit must have an emergency food bar. Include food supplies like dried fruits, nuts and even baby food that your toddler will comfortably eat.

Medication is also an important component to include in your emergency kit if you have kids. Most kits will have pain killers and anti inflammation tablets for adults but they don’t have children’s medication. Its important to buy over the counter pain and allergy medication for children and include it in the kit. This will ensure that your child gets the medical attention they need if a disaster strikes.

For those with young children the emergency kit should include diapers and baby wipes. It’s important that babies and young children stay as clean and dry as possible for health and sanitation reasons. Also, children that are comfortable are a lot easier to manage. In an emergency situation, staying calm is vital to survival.

Emergency kits come in different sizes, depending on the needs of the individual or family. As long as you are able to carry it with you and if their is room, pack some extra warm clothes. You may consider vacuum packing the clothes in a waterproof bag to keep them dry and compact. Kids grow fast, so make sure you update the emergency kit with clothes that fit.

Life Secure sells emergency kits that will support up to five people for three days, including a shelter and portable toilet. All the essentials are included in our emergency kits. The bags a or kits are easy to store and transport. Keep you family safe by being prepared for any emergency. Buy an emergency kit that will have everything you need.

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