How to build a 72-hour disaster emergency survival kit

p-3Our 72-hour home emergency supply kit will keep you safe for 72 hours with enough supplies of emergency rations, while also providing other tastier food options.

In the case of a large emergency, there may not be any electricity or gas which means there will be no way to cook or refrigerate your food. Having a large selection of canned, ready-to-eat food will be to your benefit of survival. Purchased Emergency Food Rations and Emergency Water from the American Red Cross usually last 5 years before they expire. Good to have prior to any type of disaster that may strike.

Get some kind of bag and store important documents, food cans, water and first aid supplies just in case you need to emergency exit. Below is a list of our 72 hour emergency kit you need to have prepared before a disaster strikes.
72 hour Emergency Kit

Water: One gallon per person, per day.
Food: Non-perishable, easy-to-prepare items
Extra Batteries
First Aid Kit
Multi-purpose tool
Sanitation and personal hygiene items
Copies of personal documents – birth certificates, social security cards, real estate contracts, insurance contracts, bank records and passports, immunization records and any other important personal documents
Cell phone with chargers
Family and Emergency Contact Information
Extra Cash (Small Bills and Coins)
Emergency Blanket
Maps of the area
Hand-Crank Radio

Baby Supplies: formula, diapers, medications
Pet Supplies: collar, leash, id, food, carrier and bowl
Two-way Radios
Manual Can Opener
Games and Activities
Extra set of car and house keys
Surgical Masks
Rain Gear
Work Gloves
Extra clothing, hat and sturdy shoes
Plastic Sheeting
Duct Tape
Household Liquid Bleach
Entertainment Items
Blankets or sleeping bags
Tool Kit
Trash Bags
Wrench or pliers to turn off utilities
Baby Wipes
Family Plan