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Preparing for Storms in California


Capital City CPR LLC understands the importance of being prepared for natural disasters, including major rainstorms with heavy winds. Here are some essential items to consider adding to your emergency preparedness kit:

  1. First aid kit: A well-stocked first aid kit can help treat minor injuries like cuts, bruises, and burns. Make sure to have items like adhesive bandages, gauze, antiseptic wipes, and pain relievers.

  2. Emergency water supply: In the event of power outages or contaminated water, make sure to have at least one gallon of water per person per day for at least three days.

  3. Non-perishable food: Have non-perishable food items like canned goods, granola bars, and peanut butter, in case you are unable to leave your home.

  4. Flashlights and batteries: Power outages can occur during heavy storms, so having flashlights and extra batteries is essential.

  5. Portable radio: A portable radio can help you stay informed about the situation and receive updates from local authorities.

  6. Emergency kit for your car: If you need to evacuate, have an emergency kit in your car that includes a first-aid kit, blankets, food, water, and a flashlight.

  7. Personal documents: Make sure to have copies of important documents like identification, insurance policies, and medical records in case of evacuation.

  8. Warm clothing and blankets: Heavy rain and winds can cause a drop in temperature, so have extra warm clothing and blankets on hand to stay warm.

  9. Sandbags: If you live in an area prone to flooding, sandbags can help protect your home from water damage.

In addition to these items, consider taking a first aid training course to learn how to respond to emergencies effectively. Capital City CPR LLC offers comprehensive courses that cover a range of topics, including how to provide CPR, respond to emergencies, and use a bleeding control kit. Contact us today to learn more about our training courses and how we can help you be better equipped to handle emergencies during heavy storms. Stay safe and be prepared!

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