Family Emergency Equipment

By | October 7, 2016

Medical supplies and equipment for primary health care A practical resource for procurement and management by Manjit Kaur and Sarah Hall Editor Kathy Attawell

EMERGENCY KITS To prepare your family for an emergency, assemble one or more emergency kits that include enough supplies for at least three days.

The Emergency Alert System (EAS) • Unplug electrical equipment, such as radios and televi-sions, and small appliances, Basic Preparedness Family Communications Your family may not be together when disaster strikes, so plan how you will con-

A n emergency can occur without warning, leaving little or no time for you and your family to plan. What would you do if basic services, such as water, gas, electricity, or

A local man watching his son play baseball in Huntersville suddenly collapsed and died on the sidelines. Some parents are questioning why there was no emergency equipment, beyond other parents performing CPR, that may have saved his life.

O Your Family emergency plan and your command reporting information o Emergency preparedness handbook and local maps equipment/care aids o Food, water, medication, leash, travel case and documents for pets Additional items:

Disaster Preparedness feeding equipment, additional supplies and special skills that would not be needed by the typical family. contact information in your family emergency plan. Identify people who are willing to help your family

Title: Checklist: Emergency Supplies for Family Medicine Offices Author: American Academy of Family Physicians Subject: A checklist of the equipment, medications, and other supplies that might be needed in an office-based medical emergency.

Family Emergency Preparedness Plan: Workbook for Those with Functional Needs Medical equipment if possible Emergency Card – list of key phrases you think someone who is helping you should know:

Medical Office 911: Expecting the Unexpected Continued on next page Suzanne Stone In another study, 62 percent of pediatricians and family Just as important as having emergency medical equipment,

EMERGENCY KITS To fully prepare your family for an emergency, get one or more emergency kits that include enough supplies for at least three days.

30 Tips for Emergency Preparedness Here are 30 tips to help you and your family become better prepared for an emergency. Preparedness Tip #1 Take a moment to imagine that there is an emergency, like a fire in your home, and you need to leave quickly.

Family Child Care Emergency Plan Workbook _____ Program Name The Family Child Care Emergency Plan is based on a design by the Office of Emergency Preparedness Group at Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound, et al,

Title: Family Disaster Plan and Personal Survival Guide Family Disaster Plan and Personal Survival Guide San Diego County Office of Emergency Services

DIVISION OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT emergency equipment shall be tested at pre-determined times. 4 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES AND EVACUATION Consult family members. B. MAJOR 1. Employ first aid techniques as trained, if needed (Please see the Attached

CHP Emergency Preparedness Program (EPP) Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Emergency Preparedness Program is in place to ensure appropriate planning and response to unexpected emergencies or “disasters”.

A local man watching his son play baseball in Huntersville suddenly collapsed and died on the sidelines. Some parents are questioning why there was no emergency equipment, beyond other parents performing CPR, that may have saved his life.

OTTAWA, Oct. 7, 2016 /CNW/ – Today, the Honourable Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness announced a call for proposals for the Heavy Urban Search and Rescue (HUSAR) Funding Program. Investments through this program will help eligible provinces and municipalities obtain the equipment and extensive training needed to sustain this critical response capacity. With this

Ruling raises questions about equipping police with combat equipment

BULLYING AWARENESS WALK The Fourth Annual Walk For Bullying Awareness and Kindness Day will take place 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23 in Prospect Park. The day will feature games, moonbounces, music, face painting, crafts, speakers, emergency vehicles, informational booths, special guests, spin art, food and drink. Live music will be presented by Rob Dunleavy of Blackthorn with special guest