Project Black TR2 Tactical Respirator II One of the most common emergencies is a power outage, so it's obvious to have a reliable, high-quality flashlight. We recommend a headlamp because it keeps your hands free and illuminates your line of sight. The Energizer Vision ultra-rechargeable headlamp is an excellent choice thanks to its 400 lumens of brightness, a beam distance of 80 meters and up to 15 hours of use on a single charge. The human body needs at least 10 liters of water every three days to keep headaches, cramps and fatigue at bay.
Therefore, couples must store at least 20 liters of water, families of four 40 liters and so on. If you have space, it's worth having something extra handy for cooking and bathing. Internet and telephone signals could be the first forms of communication to abandon in a natural disaster or become congested beyond use. So keep a trusted radio handy as a source of news and information.
For example, most government bodies rely on radio to broadcast announcements and updates on wildfires and floods. Make sure the batteries are Energizer, as they are quality and durable. Perform a short test every 3 to 6 months and replace it as needed. When you gather your own supplies, there are bound to be things you want to add to the list, but the above items are a good start in the right direction.
While preparation won't be exactly the same for everyone, there are some items and supplies that most people will need.