Well, now I am set and ready!  I know my boys would love a chance to miss school and sled all day instead.  We are all hoping a major winter storm hits Western Washington REALLY soon!
As I type this, an “arctic air invasion” is pushing its way south to us in Texas, leaving much of the country feeling as cold as a mid-winter’s day. While I’m sitting here thinking of the precautions and preparations I’ll take for the impending cold spell, I wanted to share a list of the most important items I carry with me and how those correspond to preparing for cold weather. During an emergency is a lousy time to think of all the things you should have been carrying. While a list is below of what to check, cold weather makes a few of these even more important, such as ensuring your antifreeze level and type of mixture is good to go, putting a winter-specific “no-freeze” windshield wiper fluid mix into your fluid reservoir and keeping the gas tank as close to full as possible at all times.
One last note on your cooling system is to ensure it’s flushed every few years, the danger here is that after time, the rust inhibitors in antifreeze break down and make the fluid less effective. Many cables out there feature copper-coated alligator clips rather than solid copper, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. You’ll want your jumper cables to be at least 12 feet in length, but longer is always better. Having a flashlight with you should fall under the EDC (Every Day Carry) category for most of you, but it never hurts to have an extra in your vehicle. There are many different kinds of flashlights out there, but essentially two types of light, incandescent like the Surefire G2 in the photo below, or LED like the Princeton Tec Remix Pro shown.
LED can potentially last longer than an incandescent and will keep running even as the batteries get depleted. No matter what you choose, just get something that works for you and will allow you to change a tire or inspect your vehicle at night.
A Jack and Lug Wrench (Tire Iron) are essential and without them you won’t be able to change a flat tire. I carry a Hi-Lift Jack and a few accessories to ensure I can always jack up my vehicle when necessary on the street or when off-road. The most common vehicle problem is a flat tire, having a proper spare tire with you can mean the difference between making it to your destination or not.
Always check your spare periodically to ensure it’s properly inflated and there’s no cracking in the rubber. This includes a spare tire that’s never been used, especially if your spare is exposed to the elements like on a truck. A small wrench set, socket set and a pair of pliers will do most of the tasks required, but throwing in a few screwdrivers, some electrical tape, duct tape, a tire pressure gauge and spare fuses will make it even better.
While you’ll never know what you might need your tools for, you can get even more specific and just carry the common wrench and socket sizes for your vehicle. This of course goes back to proper vehicle maintenance to avoid anything like this, but who knows, it might be you putting out someone else’s fire. There are quite a few vehicle Fire Extinguishers out there and I’m currently looking to upgrade the Kidde dry chemical extinguisher that I keep in my vehicle.
Fire Extinguishers made for vehicles will typically come in two different dry chemical configurations (ABC and BC), to fight different classifications of fires. Class A: Ordinary Combustibles – Wood, Paper, Cloth, Trash, Plastics and Solids that are not metal. Class B: Flammable and Combustible Liquids – Gasoline, Oil, Grease, Acetone and all Flammable Gasses.
Remember that dry chemical fire extinguishers need to be turned upside down periodically to loosen up the chemical that will settle at the bottom of the extinguisher. The purpose of an emergency signaling device is two fold, it can be used to alert oncoming traffic to your presence on the side of the road and can also be used as a distress signal in an emergency. Road Flares are great because in addition to the two uses mentioned above, they can also be used to start a fire. Activating a road flare is accomplished with a simple strike cap, much like a gigantic match.
I carry six of the Orion Signal 30 Minute Road Flares with an integrated wire stand to prop them up on the roadway when deployed. Other markers available include brightly colored flags like an MPIL and reflective items such as collapsible Warning Triangles. I’m going to mention having a radio here under emergency signaling, but the type of radio, whether a CB or other variety is definitely a personal choice. First off, as my friend Caleb from Lone Star Medics constantly states “Drink Water!” Staying hydrated can be especially important in cold weather, when you don’t have the heat to continually remind you to drink water. The potential of being stranded with just the items in your vehicle is a sobering reality and while food is important, water is even more important. MREs (Meals Ready to Eat) are great to carry, but they’re temperature sensitive and need to be rotated out on a regular basis, especially if you carry them in your vehicle during the summer.
The best plan is to try and stay with your vehicle if possible until someone finds you and having food and water can help make that possible if you ever find yourself stranded. A blanket is truly a multi-purpose item and can not only keep you warm in the winter, but can be used to treat victims in shock year round. Speaking of jackets, it never hurts to have a full change of clothes, warm undergarments, an outer layer and gloves to help keep you warm when changing a flat tire. The primary purpose of a Rescue Tool is escaping from a vehicle, which in the event your vehicles takes a dive into a body of water, you’re most likely not going to be able to simply roll down the window to escape. Look for a tool that has both a seat belt cutter and a glass breaker and locate it centrally where the driver or passenger can reach it, or have one for each. I have a CRKT ExiTool on each of the front seat belts, which features a seat belt cutter and a glass breaker.
A reason to not go with a permanently attached rescue tool is that you can use it for rescuing others that could be in a similar situation, or need to be pulled through a window to escape a vehicle. While a good knife should already be part of your EDC like a flashlight, it’s never a bad idea to have a spare with your vehicle. In addition to a knife, a good Multi-Tool will also come in handy and can replace needing to carry a few of the tools we mentioned above.
I’m partial to the SOG PowerLock because of its leveraging capability, but also really like the Leatherman Wave I have. While a full-on Trauma Kit isn’t always practical for everyone, having at least the minimum to stop traumatic bleeding is a necessity in my book. Whatever you decide to carry, just carry something that can stop traumatic bleeding and fix the bumps and bruises that come up.
There’s a few things I didn’t cover that aren’t necessarily in my top 12, but that deserve an honorable mention. I touched on fire starting with the road flares, but having the tools to start a proper fire if necessary is worthwhile to mention. Our resident Eastern Sierra correspondent, Jeff More, wrote a great article on how to assemble your own emergency kit after realizing most out there are junk. Please consider joining our Crew Leader Membership and our growing community of supporters.
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For less than 14¢ a day you can help contribute directly to our content, and join our growing community of supporters who have directly influenced what we’ve been able to accomplish and where we’re headed. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. With cold weather and snow encroaching on us as well as the disastrous snow seen in the Buffalo, NY area recently, the idea of a winter home emergency kit is looking better and better. There’s a lot that goes into a winter home emergency kit and while you probably have many of these supplies around in one form or another, having them together and ready for a winter disaster is vital to getting through a disaster in the freezing cold successfully. While not having power in the warmer months is merely an annoyance, being without power for anything more than a day or so in the winter is a very big deal if you live where the winter weather is truly felt. Make sure to have emergency heat available for power outages and that you have enough heat for your entire family and pets. You should already have a food and water plan in place, but for the colder months you need to augment it just a little. Since there is a real possibility for water to freeze if your emergency heat doesn’t go according to plan, make sure you have a secondary cooking option as well. If disaster strikes and lasts for an extended period of time you’ll need to plan for the situation in which your emergency heat runs out. Make a list of what needs done in a winter emergency and when one strikes just go down the list item by item. Everything seems to break when it gets cold out, and finding the right tool for the job can be tricky, especially if the power’s out and it’s getting cold.
Finally, keep pipe repair kits and patch kits on hand for frozen pipes and other random plumbing issues. This entry was posted in DIY, Tips & Tricks, Emergency Preparedness, Prepping, Survival Skills and tagged winter survival skills, winter emergency kit, winter storm, emergency preparedness on December 8, 2014 by Brian Meyer. Sports are an excellent way for children and teens to get the exercise they need to stay healthy, but they also carry risks. A sports first aid kit contains all of the essential items you will need to treat many common injuries on the field or in the gym. If you are the coach of a Little League team or another children’s athletic team, you have a responsibility to look out for the safety and well-being of your players at all times.
An emergency such as a heart attack can happen at any time and in any location, including at a school, office, store, or other place of business. An automatic external defibrillator (AED) is a device that sends an electric shock to the victim of a cardiac arrest to restart the heart. Having an AED in your school or workplace can mean the difference between life and death for someone who goes into cardiac arrest. Survival Supply carries AEDs from many top manufacturers, including Heartsine, Defibtech, Philips, ZOLL, Cardiac Science, and Physio-Control. We also offer AED training kits so that employees can be instructed on how to operate the device. A flexible spending account is an account to which you or your employer can contribute money that you can use to pay for certain out-of-pocket health care-related expenses.
Funds in a flexible spending account, or FSA, can be used for medical and dental expenses, including copayments and deductibles, prescriptions, over-the-counter medications accompanied by a doctor’s prescription, and medical supplies such as crutches, bandages, and blood sugar test kits.
Money put into a flexible spending account must generally be used by the end of the year, unless an employer grants a grace period or allows an employee to carry money over into the next year.


The holidays are coming up, and many employers want to give incentives to their employees and gifts to their customers to show appreciation for the work they do or the business they provide the company with throughout the year.
If you run a company, car emergency kits are ideal choices to give your employees and customers this holiday season.
If you are trying to decide what to give your employees or customers as gifts this holiday season to show your appreciation, give them products that can help them in an emergency. Survival Supply offers a broad selection of military style bags of all sizes and shapes to carry essential supplies. By providing emergency essentials, you can show your employees and customers that you care about their safety and well-being.
Survival Supply also carries an extensive line of emergency kits that are perfect for do-it-yourself emergency kits. This year, National Preparedness Month is broken down into four weekly campaigns focused on different types of emergencies: floods, wildfires, hurricanes, and power outages.
If a natural disaster occurs, you could be forced to leave your home and move to a friend’s or family member’s home, a hotel, or a shelter. This September, take the time to think about what you would do in an emergency situation to keep yourself and your family safe. If your employees travel as part of their jobs or work in potentially hazardous conditions, you have a responsibility to provide them with safety equipment. You can also promote your company while encouraging your employees and customers to stay safe.
When offering a promotional product to customers or the public, it is important that it have a practical purpose.
Paramedics, police officers, fire fighters, and members of the military often find themselves in situations in which they or others are injured. Our first responder trauma kits are designed for EMTs, paramedics, fire fighters, and police officers. We also stock a supply of military trauma kits specifically designed for the needs of members of the armed forces.
If the electricity were to go out for several days in your home, is your family prepared to survive? Since I plan to give a few kits as gifts, I also created colorful direction cards and labels to go on the jar.
Keeping your vehicle serviced includes ensuring your fluids are changed at the proper intervals and topped off where applicable. 16 feet is ideal for most situations and should allow you to get a jump from someone behind you if need be.
LEDs nearly run forever and there’s no bulb to have to worry about changing. Incandescent bulbs are typically brighter than LEDs depending on what you buy, but they don’t typically last as long on the same set of batteries as LEDs. I made sure I took the time to teach my wife, Kelly, how to change a tire and that she knows where everything is she’ll need in her vehicle and how it works. With most Jacks, there’s a rod that’s used to turn the Jack to raise it, so make sure you have it. Hi-Lifts are great because they double as a come-along for winching or a jaws-of-life to spread a car door open in an emergency.
Tires have a shelf life and a general rule is that a tire is only good for about five years before the rubber starts to deteriorate.
This takes a working knowledge of your vehicle and If you don’t have that, just go with a full set. If you can fit a full-size or folding shovel, I’d highly recommend one as well. How many times have you seen a car on the side of the road that was either on fire, or nice and crispy from being on fire?
Here’s a quick primer on fire classes, using the wrong type of fire extinguisher on the wrong class of fire can make matters worse! If the chemicals become caked, the extinguisher may not discharge properly when it’s needed. This goes for those extinguishers you have sitting around the house too. Carrying another way to start a fire with you is never a bad thing, but they do need to be monitored while in use on the road to ensure you’re not starting a fire and adding insult to injury.
Depending on the length, these can burn from 5 minutes to 30 minutes and don’t require retrieval from the roadside, as they’ll eventually burn themselves out. It’s somewhat thin wire, but even if the flare did fall, I feel they’d still be just as effective. I have a CB hard wired into my vehicle that can pick up Weather Frequencies and I also carry a backup handheld CB. Most of us drive along busy suburban roads where a Quik-E-Mart is just a few blocks away, but you’re not always in that situation, especially when traveling.
It wouldn’t be right to mention MREs and not mention carrying some toilet paper too, unless you have one that refuses to exit.
If you’re tight on space, at the very least toss a couple of space blankets into your trunk.
I carry an Elephant’s Foot Sleeping bag in my FJ, which is just the lower half of a sleeping bag that has suspenders to go over a jacket. They’re supposed to clip onto the seatbelt and be removable in an emergency, but mine kept falling off so often, I wired them on. While more of a weapon-specific tool, my favorite pair of Multi-Tool pliers is on the Multitasker Series 3, hands down. Having the basics with you like bandages and common medications is always a good thing and is why in addition to our ITS ETA and EDC Trauma Kits, we also assembled a Boo-Boo Kit. I won’t turn this into a sales pitch for our medical line-up, but I think we have some of the best kits and supplies available out there. Also carrying an empty fuel tank or collapsible container that can be used for fuel would be a great addition, but I did mention to try to always keep your fuel level as full as possible.
Stick some cash and coins in your vehicle to be prepared and don’t spend it on fast food when you’re scrounging for change on the floor board. His write-up isn’t cold weather specific, but still has a lot of great points, like spending your money well and buying quality items. Having some important supplies and keeping your vehicle in top condition, move the odds further in your favor. Instead of simply asking for your support with donations, we’ve developed a membership to allow our readers to support what we do and allow us to give you back something in return. I don't think most people carry a spare, even if you did you'd have to keep it charged and a flat battery is one of the easiest car problems to temporarily work around.
Part of being a prepper is being prepared for just about anything the world can throw at you and while many of our plans are for epic disasters and TEOTWAWKI-level events, smaller seasonal disasters happen far more often, so being prepared for these too only makes sense. Kerosene space heaters and propane heating elements are both great sources of emergency heat. In cold, dry situations your body needs more water and food so whatever your current plan is, up it by about 25% per person. While gas stoves will work without electricity, that doesn’t mean gas lines can’t experience issues as well. Even if you don’t normally go outside for extended periods of time when it’s cold you need to make sure you have enough cold weather clothing to stay warm for extended periods of time without external heat. Also, you may need to walk to a store or to a neighbor to lend a hand; both cases require snow gear to get out.
If there are trees near your house you should have tarps and nails to secure the tarp with in case a tree gets up close and personal with your roof. These rear their ugly heads in the winter and if you’re stuck at home during an ice storm, you won’t be able to hit the local hardware store, which will probably be closed anyway.
Our kits contain ice packs, antibacterial wipes, antiseptic swabs, burn ointment, gauze pads, bandages, tweezers, first aid tape, gloves, fingertip and knuckle bandages, and many other items that can be valuable if a player gets injured at a practice or game. They come in easy-to-carry bags that can be taken to the field or on a bus to an away game. Be prepared with a sports first aid kit that includes all of the supplies you will need to deal with a variety of common injuries on the field.
In that situation, it is important to begin providing treatment as soon as possible to save the patient’s life. An AED can be stored in a cabinet in a readily accessible location so that it is available at a moment’s notice. An AED is easy to use and comes with clear written or spoken instructions that are simple to follow so that even a person with little or no training can operate it in an emergency. That way they will be prepared to act immediately if someone has a heart attack, without the need to take the time to read or listen to instructions. You do not have to pay taxes on this money, so you can save an amount equal to the amount of money you would otherwise have paid in taxes.
These kits contain many supplies needed to treat a variety of common injuries.  We carry first aid kits in a variety of sizes to treat varying numbers of people. You can buy a digital thermometer, blood pressure monitor, and cold compresses with tax-free money you have set aside for medical expenses.
If you have money in your FSA that you need to use soon, spend it wisely on first aid supplies to keep you and your family safe and healthy.
A flat tire, dead battery, car accident, or other vehicle-related emergency can strike anyone at any time and in any place. They include jumper cables, tire sealant and inflator, distress flags, flashlights and batteries, and first aid kits with many essential supplies to treat common minor injuries that can occur in an automobile accident.
Choose from a wide array of safety supplies, including first aid kits, hard hats, safety glasses, high-visibility apparel, safety eyewear, tool kits, travel kits, and flashlights.
That way, whenever your employees or customers use them, they will be reminded that you cared enough to keep them safe this holiday season and beyond. A first aid kit, car emergency kit, emergency radio, or other supplies can come in handy when they are needed the most. Put your company’s name or a special message of appreciation on a first aid kit stocked with all of the essential supplies that will be needed to treat a variety of common medical problems.


Our car emergency kits include many useful tools, including jumper cables, tire sealant and inflator, flashlights and batteries, first aid kits, and other items that can help in the event of an emergency. An emergency radio can help people stay connected to the rest of their community to receive important updates and instructions from officials.
These heavy-duty bags are helpful to transport clothing and supplies if someone needs to evacuate or is planning a trip away from home.
Decorate your holiday gifts with your company’s logo or a special message to convey your appreciation and concern for their safety so that they will remember that you thought of them when they need to use those supplies in an emergency. We specialize in long-term food storage and dehydrated food to help you and your family survive if there is an emergency and you lose electricity or are unable to get to a grocery store.
They are perfect for emergency preparedness, long-term storage, and outdoor activities such as camping and hiking. We offer first aid kits, emergency car kits, fuel sources, high-end portable water filtration systems, and other supplies to help you prepare for any emergency. This is part of a campaign by the federal government and agencies and organizations across the country to encourage the public to think about what they would do in the event of an emergency or natural disaster, gather supplies they would need, and make an action plan. The goal is to get people thinking about the many types of disasters that could strike at any time. Be prepared by having a bag packed with clothing, medication, important documents, and money. Discuss potential scenarios with your family, gather supplies you might need, and create a plan so that you will be prepared and know what to do if you should find yourself facing a natural disaster or power outage.
You can create a unified presence for your business and also make company property easy to identify by customizing it with your company’s name or logo. Our kits contain all of the necessary supplies and equipment workers will need if their vehicles break down. We can add your logo to a variety of safety-related products, such as first aid kits, hard hats, safety glasses, high-visibility apparel, safety eyewear, tool kits, and flashlights. With every named storm comes the possibility of heavy rain that can cause flooding and strong winds that can knock down power lines and leave people in the dark.
This kit contains many essential items that can be helpful if you are caught in the path of a severe storm.
A car emergency kit contains all of the supplies and equipment you will need to deal with an emergency if you are away from home. If you work in one of these occupations, it is essential to be prepared by having a fully-stocked professional trauma kit on hand at all times. They are stocked with the supplies you will need to treat many common injuries, including a variety of bandages, cervical collars, eye pads, airways, tape, stethoscopes, sutures, CPR masks, blood pressure cuffs, and many other necessities. These kits are more compact and lightweight for use in situations where it may be necessary to move on foot.
First responders and members of the military need to be prepared to respond quickly to any type of medical emergency they may encounter. It is easy to see why putting together an emergency survival kit is important if you live in an area that is affected by frigid winter temperatures.  But what should you include in your family’s winter survival kit?
Let’s face it, if you have to go days without food or water your situation may become life threatening.
It is a good idea to have a battery-powered radio that will let you listen to news and weather reports. But when you make put together a winter survival kit for your family you have a much better chance of surviving even in frigid temperatures and remote areas.
This is the mindset portion of this article, take care of your vehicle and your vehicle will take care of you. If you have an aftermarket lift on your vehicle, I’d hope you don’t need me telling you this, but your factory jack might not reach high enough anymore to enable you to change a flat.
Not everyone has the space to carry a full-size spare, but it you can, you won’t have to worry about driving around on an insufficient tire until you can get your flat fixed. While hopefully the answer is “not often,” it does happen and having a Fire Extinguisher with you could mean the difference between a burnt hose and a burnt car. There’s a fantastic 2005 study (link to PDF) done by Penn State Transportation Research which analyzes the effectiveness of Orion Signals Emergency Road Flares in enhancing the “safety zone,” or the area which is created by the presence of safety devices.
Chemlights can work here as well, but may not be seen until an oncoming vehicle is close to your position. It’s a space saver that’s designed to work in coordination with a good jacket to make up for the lack of a top.
I’m still looking for a tool that offers the versatility of the ExiTool, but is made better.
Last, but not least, a windshield scraper for ice is a cheap tool to toss in your glove box. These are shunned for indoor use today for fear of fumes and carbon monoxide but used correctly are totally safe indoors and if you’re at least in your mid 30s, your parents probably used a kerosene heater in your basement and you turned out just fine, right? A camp stove that runs off propane is a great option in this case, as it could be used inside with ventilation, but more simple stoves and cooking over a fire can be done outside as well. Not only do you need the traditional lists like food and water expiration, but you need home safety lists as well, like where your water shutoff valves are, and how many need shut off in case of freezing temperatures as well as what needs shut off to stop the electricity from coming into your house to prevent a surge. This means not only wrenches and pliers, but saws and shovels for outdoor issues like downed trees, too. Plastic sheeting and duct tape can be your best friend in the case that a window is broken and while it may not offer the same insulation as a high efficiency window, it’ll save a lot of wind from coming in and a decent amount of heat from going out.
Brian believes the most important tools you can have when the SHTF are your brain and the ability to keep a level head, no matter what the situation is. With a sports first aid kit, you will always be prepared to treat common injuries immediately.
This device can save someone’s life in the critical time before paramedics arrive and is an essential piece of equipment for any school or workplace. Some of our kits are specifically made for hunting, boating and fishing, and other outdoor activities. They want to give things that will be useful, that the recipients will appreciate, and that will show that they care. You don’t want your employees or customers and their family members to be stranded or to be injured with no supplies on hand until an ambulance arrives. Your employees or customers will be grateful that you had the concern and foresight to think about their safety.
A first aid kit can save someone’s life if it is not possible to get to a hospital right away. While some events are unavoidable and out of your control, you can do your best to be prepared for the unexpected.
We offer healthy, real food that can be prepared in a matter of minutes simply by adding water. These dishes are healthy and can help you meet all of your nutritional requirements even if you are unable to prepare regular meals.
Be prepared with emergency food and supplies from Survival Supply so that you can relax and be confident that you and your family will be safe and well cared for even if a disaster strikes. If you would want to stay in your home during a power outage, you need to be prepared with supplies, including emergency generators, batteries, emergency food, a manual can opener, emergency water or a water filter, and an emergency radio. Kits include jumper cables, tire sealant and inflator, a flashlight and batteries, tow ropes, tools, and first aid supplies to help employees if they encounter problems as they travel for work. These promotional safety items can be given to employees to use on the job or to guests and potential customers at an event or tradeshow. Customizing car emergency kits and safety items with your company’s name or logo can help people stay safe while also promoting your brand. If you are caught in the path of a hurricane, it is possible that your home or car could be flooded or you could be without electricity for days. Our emergency kits are designed to meet the needs of up to five people, whether they are at home or out in the wilderness. Invest in an emergency kit so that you will be able to stay safe and comfortable if you should find yourself in the path of Mother Nature’s fury. Our trauma kits come in convenient, easy-to-carry bags so that you can transport a kit to the scene of an accident or injury and quickly begin to provide first aid. Our military trauma kits are stocked with many of the same supplies that are found in our first responder kits so that soldiers can respond to injuries quickly in the field.
If you are a member of one of these professions, be ready to act immediately with a medical trauma kit that contains everything you will need to treat a variety of major and minor injuries until the patient can be transported to a hospital. Again, set aside enough food to feed your family for a minimum of three days and make sure that you have a manual can opener available! Cell phones and laptop computers may be handy when signals are available, but they will last only as long as their batteries.  Include in your winter emergency kit a number of items that such as garbage bags, moist towelettes, toilet paper and other things your family can use for personal sanitation. For those who could possibly be unfamiliar with a Jack and Lug Wrench, a Jack is what lifts the vehicle to change a tire, and a Lug Wrench is what you use to remove the lug nuts that hold your wheel on. I’ve also upgraded my Lug Wrench to a Gorilla Power Wrench, which is a compact tool that extends to provide even more leverage when removing lug nuts. Just be prepared for both options and have the stove tested and ready, and fire wood chopped. If you are a coach of a school or community athletic team, it is critical to be prepared to treat common injuries with a sports first aid kit.
These car emergency kits can be customized with your company’s name or logo if you order a set of at least 15 or 24 kits, depending on the product.



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