LPT: If you have a smartphone, make a separate album in your photos app and add these useful pictures for any situation when you don't have internet or need to abscess that quickly.
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Daisy troop working on earning their red petal (Courageous and Strong), practice being brave and knowing how to call 9-1-1. To be able to give the rescue personnel the right information, they had to learn their address and phone number.
Emergency ID Cards - Free Download - Mom with a PREP
Do you have emergency ID cards with pertinent information about your children for them to carry in their school emergency kits, your emergency bags or even their pockets when on a field trip? Check out this free printable from Mom with a PREP.
Young Women's Camp 2010 - First Aid Cards
Safety is KEY! We were so lucky this year to have a Camp Nurse that was on top of her game. She took a whole week off from her normal job as an Emergency Room Nurse to come and be with us at Girl's Camp. She worked with each Camp Level on learning all of their First Aid Camping Requirements working side by side with our First Aid YCL'S. She did some wonderful hands on demonstrations as well as she got each Young Woman a First Aid Clip with all of the updated First Aid information. I have had…
American Red Cross - Are You Prepared?
American Red Cross. I visted a client in the hospital this morning, who had been there for several days. I wasn't notified immediately because he didn't have an emergency contact card in his wallet. That got me thinking. I didn't...
Fire Escape Map on crayola.com
Create a map of your house in the box to show how you would exit in case of an emergency or a fire. Draw a line from your bedroom to at least two exits from your house, such as the front door or a side door. Ask an adult to help you plan the best routes and practice the safety route together! Don't forget to draw where the smoke alarms and the fire extinguishers are located in your house. Tips for fire safety:1. Get out of the house as soon as possible. Don't take anything with you…