FDPP Month Eleven
FDPP Month Eleven (Family Disaster Preparedness Plan) is available below...
The Family Disaster Preparedness Plan Month Eleven is available with six disaster preparedness forms (72 Hour Emergency Supply Kit,
Long Term Food Rotation...) to download and print for your Family
Disaster Plan. It also includes six informational disaster
preparedness forms that will be focusing on your 72 Hour Emergency
When the shaking from a major earthquake stops, you will get dressed, grab your Survival Backpack Kit from under your bed and head for your family’s
reunion point outside your home. If the earthquake was severe enough to
overwhelm emergency services and response teams, it will be declared a
Chances are, you and your family will need to rely upon the supplies
you have at home for the next 72 hours. To make yourselves as
comfortable as possible, store at least a 3-day supply of water, non-perishable foods, and emergency first aid supplies.
If you find that your house has been damaged during the
earthquake, or feel safer staying outside, you will also want to have
some basic sheltering tools and supplies on hand. We recommend that you
store all of your 72 Hour Emergency Supplies Kit and sheltering
equipment in a safe place outside your house so that you can access them
easily, quickly and safely.
The emergency food supplies for a family of 6 will pretty much
fill a 33 gallon trash can with tight fitting lid in and of itself, you
may want to get one can for food supplies and another can for other
Activities for FDPP Month Eleven:
- Download and print forms below and put in Family Disaster Plan
Notebook. This month’s activities include collecting supplies from the
following 6 categories and storing them in a safe place outside your
- Calendar a date and time for meeting this month when you can
review this information with your family. If you have been completing,
or are still working on, the activities each month, you will notice that
you already have many of these things on hand. This month’s activity
day should focus on storing these items in a safe location outside your
- If you are still in the process of acquiring some of these
items, keep up the good work. Preparing for disasters is a long term
goal. To make the whole project manageable, we recommend that you keep
on adding 1 or 2 small, relatively8 inexpensive items to your weekly
shopping list and purchase 1 or 2 larger, more expensive items each
- Plan to rotate items in your 72-hour emergency supplies kit every six months. This
includes making sure the clothes you stored still fit. Calendar a day
six months from now to review your inventory and rotate supplies and use
the FDPP Month Eleven forms below.
To use these planners below, download and print them out and store them
in your Family Disaster Plan notebook for handy reference. You will need
the Shelf Life Chart that is listed below. As you purchase food
supplies, date them and then enter them on the planner that corresponds
to their shelf life. Make a note of when the item needs to be rotated,
or used, and enter the storage location of the item.
You will need to review these planners on a monthly basis and
look for those items that need to be used and rotated. Be sure you
replace these items with new products and begin the rotation cycle all
Click on the link(s) to download the FDPP Month Eleven file(s) below:
72 Hour Emergency Supply Kit
Shelf Life Chart
5 to 10 Year Rotation Planner
6 to 12 Year Rotation Planner
10 to 20 Year Rotation Planner
18 to 24 Year Rotation Planner
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