Senior Facilities Emergency Planning Guide: 72-Hour Kits

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When a disaster strikes, your community emergency services and government agencies may not be able to respond immediately.

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Experts warn that after a disaster you should be prepared to be on your own for a minimum of three days. One of the most important elements of this preparedness is the 72-hour kit. Each resident and staff member in your facility should have a kit. The contents vary, but in every case it should contain the things you need to survive for three days on your own. Encourage staff to have one at home too! Use the Senior Facilities Emergency Planning Guide: 72-Hour Kits mobile app to help in preparing your facilities kits.

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