FDPP Month Nine
FDPP Month Nine (Family Disaster Preparedness Plan) is available below...
The Family Disaster Preparedness Plan Month Nine is available with three emergency first aid supplies forms with a list of what each kit should include to download and print
for your Family Disaster Preparedness Plan.
Water, food and shelter may be the first three items on your emergency list, but medical care should be number four.
No single First Aid Kit is right for everyone. Familiarity with the
equipment and your family’s unique needs should determine the contents
of your kit. We recommend that you have at least three kits on hand:
- A small, basic kit for your car
- An intermediate kit for home and traveling
- An extensive advanced kit stored with your survival gear. This
kit would be used when going to a regular doctor or hospital is not an
Activities for FDPP Month Nine includes:
- Downloadn and pPrint the forms below and put it in your Family Disaster Plan notebook for handy reference.
- Decide what items your family needs to have in each kit and
make a lits. Inventory your own supplies to determine what you already
have on hand and check them off your list.
- Chances are your list will contain a lot of stuff to get and
may seem overwhelming! To help make it easier to acquire these essential
items, choose just one or tow items to add to your weekly shopping
list. Do this until you have purchased everything your family needs. You
can also purchase the First Aid Kits already assembled.
- Plan to use the items in your kits for your routine first aid
needs. Replace items as you use them up. This will help to keep the
items in your kits fresh.
- Store your first aid supplies in a cosmetic case, a fishing tackle or tool box.
- Tape a list of the contents of each kit to the inside of the container so you can quickly inventory your supplies.
- Protect copies of critical medical information from fire and
earthquake damage. If you don’t have a safe deposit box or fireproof box
for your important documents, put them in water-tight zip lock bags and
store them in the refrigerator or freezer.
- If you family has not yet taken a basic first aid course or
received CPR training, then they need to contact their local city hall
or hospital and ask how they can get their CPR training. Or, contact
your local chapter of the American Red Cross for information on first
aid training classes as well as CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)
Remember, first aid is not a substitute for professional
medical care. Call EMS (Emergency Medical Services) or dial 911
immediately if you or anyone in your family has serious injuries.
Click on the link(s) to download the Family Disaster Preparedness Plan Month Nine file(s) below:
Advanced First Aid Kit
Basic First Aid Kit
Intermediate First Aid Kit
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