Rollin rollin rollin….

Rollin rollin rollin…..keep them cattle movin…..

That’s right, we are still talking about low cost / no cost ways to enhance your preparedness efforts. One of the ways we share ideas is on how agile you are during a disaster. Being quick, mobile, and self-sustaining is critical because we as humans have lots of stuff. Whether its #food, #water, #medications, etc…..to the most cherished items we own, we have lots of #important #stuff.

Local, statewide, or national, our staff loads out and prepares for their #deployments differently. Here are a few examples of their bags/#packs.

*#Rugged #wheels on all the larger bags to help ease the weight of necessary equipment
*Rugged/firm #cases for kits containing #valuables.
*Sturdy pair of #boots that are valuable post disaster (debris on the roadway).
*#Backpacks which allows their hands to be free.
*#Nametags that identify items to that person.
*#Hydration easily accessible for ongoing health. #Water
*#Battery packs for charging mobile devices are heavy.

So if you have some old luggage with wheels lying around, it could be useful for your #family emergency preparedness kit or your vehicle preparedness kit.

More #LowCost / #NoCost tips coming up as we continue to discuss 2021 #National #Preparedness Month’s work for preparedness, #response, #recovery, #mitigation, and #protection.

@rusnivek

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