What should be in my grab and go bag?

Make a grab-and-go bag

  • Food (ready to eat) and water.
  • Phone charger and battery bank.
  • Small battery-powered or hand-crank radio.
  • Battery-powered or hand-crank flashlight.
  • Extra batteries.
  • Small first-aid kit and personal medications.
  • Personal toiletries and items, such as an extra pair of glasses or contact lenses.

What should I put in my go bag NZ?

Each bag should have:

  1. Walking shoes, warm clothes, raincoat and hat.
  2. Water and snack food (remember babies and pets too)
  3. Hand sanitiser.
  4. Portable phone charger.
  5. Cash.
  6. Copies of important documents and photo ID.

What should be in an emergency kit NZ?


  • Torch with spare batteries or a self-charging torch.
  • Radio with spare batteries.
  • Wind and waterproof clothing, sun hats, and strong outdoor shoes.
  • First aid kit and essential medicines.
  • Blankets or sleeping bags.
  • Pet supplies.
  • Toilet paper and large rubbish bags for your emergency toilet.

What do you put in a go bag?

Basic Disaster Supplies Kit

  1. Water (one gallon per person per day for several days, for drinking and sanitation)
  2. Food (at least a several-day supply of non-perishable food)
  3. Battery-powered or hand crank radio and a NOAA Weather Radio with tone alert.
  4. Flashlight.
  5. First aid kit.
  6. Extra batteries.
  7. Whistle (to signal for help)

What is the best foods to have in an emergency kit?

Food and water

  • Protein, fruit or muesli bars.
  • Dried fruit.
  • Canned food like spaghetti, baked beans, soup, or fruit/vegetables.
  • Dark chocolate.
  • Salt-free crackers or high-grain cereals.
  • Milk powder.
  • Any other non-perishable food that your family will eat.
  • Avoid salty foods that will cause thirst.

What food goes in a disaster kit?

Ready-to-eat canned meats, fruits, vegetables and a can opener.

  • Protein or fruit bars.
  • Dry cereal or granola.
  • Peanut butter.
  • Dried fruit.
  • Canned juices.
  • Non-perishable pasteurized milk.
  • High-energy foods.
  • How much does a 72-hour kit cost?

    2 Person 72 Hours Emergency Kit Price:$63.95 1 Person 72 Hours Emergency Kit Price:$49.95 3 Person 72 Hours Emergency Kit Price:$72.95
    4 Person Deluxe Emergency Honey Bucket Kit Price:$115.95 Classroom Everything Kit Price:$80.95 Disaster Survival Back Pack From: $59.95

    How much water do you need for 72 hours?

    For your 72-hour emergency kit, you should have one gallon of water per day for each person. Since a 72-hour kit is meant to get you through three days, for two people you’d need six gallons of water.