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Emergency kits

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General tips

Adapt the different kits to their uses and the climate in which you live in.

Only put stuff in your kits that you know how / have the skills to use.

Check your emergency kits at least one a year and replace anything that’s expired, corroded or broken. That way when you need it you’ll know the stuff in it will work.

EDC Kit

  • Knife
  • Flashlight
  • Multitool

Emergency Bag

Food Water
    - Lifestraw bottle - Water filtration tablets - Collapsible water container
Shelter
    - Tarp - Paracord - Blankets - Duct tape - Shovel - Mylar blankets - Garbage bags
Fire
    - 2 x Lighter - Matches - Bunch of batteries - Fresnel lens - Candles - 2 x Flashlight - Heat packs
Knife
    - 2 x knife
Safety
    - First aid kit - Masks - Gloves - Cafeine pills - Iodine pills - Ibuprofen - aspirin - acetaminophen - Trauma shears

Car Emergency Kit

Food
    - Canned food - freeze-dried food - Can opener - 2 x utensils - Portable stove - 2 x metal mugs
Water
    - Water bottles
Shelter
    - Tarp - Paracord - Blankets - Duct tape - Shovel - Mylar blankets - Garbage bags
Fire
    - 2 x Lighter - Matches - 4 packs of batteries - Fresnel lens - 2 x Flashlight - Tampons (for kindling) - Candles - Heat packs
Knife
    - 2 x knife
Safety
    - Masks - Gloves - 2 x First aid kit - Window breaker / belt cutters
Car related
    - Auxiliary battery + booster - Snow brush - Electrical tape - Road flares - Quebec map - Wire coat hangers - Siphon for gaz
Last modified on 2024-07-11, published on 2024-05-16