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.
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Office Emergency Kits

LifeSecure offers office survival kits that are designed for large and small offices and other facilities. In event of a disaster, employees and visitors in office buildings may need to evacuate or shelter in place. Office emergency kits help employees escape danger and return safely to their homes. An office emergency kit provides crucial survival supplies in the event that employees need to remain in the office facilities if evacuation is not possible or recommended. They also include first aid for any employees who have been injured, but are unable to get emergency medical assistance immediately. Being able to keep an injured employee stable until medical professionals arrive on the scene could save their life.


What is included in an office emergency kit?

Office emergency kits vary by how many people they are for, by how many hours/days they need to last, and sometimes by how far they need travel. Because different work emergencies may call for employees to evacuate or shelter-in-place, it is important to prepare with an office emergency kit that can be easily transported for when necessary. Be sure your office has the minimum supply to meet the following 10 needs for every person: food, water, first aid, breathing protection, shelter, warmth, communication, light, tools, sanitation & hygiene. Once those 10 required supplies have been included in the kit, add additional items or quantities of supplies if there is still room in the packs or carts you have for your office.

What is the best emergency food for a work emergency kit?

The best emergency supply food is food that meets the following requirements:
1. Food that has a long shelf life so that it does not spoil quickly. Include food items like emergency food bars that last up to 5 years.
2. Food that is ready-to-eat. It is important that the food you choose for your office is Ready-to-eat, because you may not have the opportunity to cook in the immediate aftermath of a disaster.
3. Food that is light weight and compact. The emergency food you choose should also be lightweight and compact, so they can be easily carried in in a backpack, bag, or cart.

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