Posted by: montclairlibrary | March 5, 2014

Make a SKIP Kit

Grab-and-go kit contents. Photo by Emergency Management BC.

Photo by Emergency Management BC via Flickr.

Make a SKIP kit at the Montclair Library
Saturday, March 8, 2014 – 3:00pm

What’s a SKIP kit? A SKIP (Safety Kept In Place) Kit is a small emergency kit, even smaller than a Grab-and-Go bag — just a few simple items in a ziptop bag, stashed wherever you spend time: under your desk (where you would Drop, Cover and Hold On); in a glove compartment; or in a purse/backpack, etc.

Any small item that that will help you stay safe, calm and comfortable in those first moments after something happens (for example, a whistle, flashlight, bandana, tissues, hand sanitizer, paper & pen) can go in your SKIP Kit.

Practice your creative thinking skills as you learn how to put together your own emergency kit with items you have around you, without spending a fortune.

This training is presented by CARD, Collaborating Agencies Responding to Disasters.


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