Crucial for extinguishing small fires and preventing spread. Choose appropriate type, inspect and maintain regularly.
Essential for addressing minor injuries and providing initial medical care. Include bandages, ointment, tape, pain relievers, and emergency contacts.
Essential during power outages or emergencies. Keep strategically placed with spare batteries for reliable lighting.
Vital for detecting silent and deadly gas. Install near bedrooms and fuel-burning appliances to warn of dangerous levels.
Critical for early fire detection. Install on every level, inside bedrooms, and outside sleeping areas.
Essential for minor repairs, furniture assembly, and household projects. Include screwdrivers, pliers, wrenches, and other essential hand tools.
Versatile adhesive for temporary fixes, sealing, and securing objects. Practical for quick repairs.
Provide flexibility for device/appliance power sources. Choose high-quality cords of appropriate length and capacity to avoid overloading and hazards.
Essential for expanding outlets and safeguarding electronics from power surges. Use responsibly, avoid overloading.
Essential for unexpected burnouts and ensuring adequate lighting. Keep extras for different fixtures in your home.
Essential for power outages and on-the-go situations. Keep devices powered and connected.
Include important numbers like emergency services, hospitals, family, and neighbors. Keep easily accessible for quick reference during emergencies.