Earthquakes & Film Production: Prepare Emergency Kit before the Quake
Earthquake Emergency Kit: Film Sets
In case of an earthquake emergency during your film shoot, you’ll need some basic supplies, and you may need to get by without power or tap water. Be prepared to be self-sufficient for at least 72 hours. Make sure that your kit is easily accessible and easy to carry, and that designated staff and crew know where to access the kit(s).
Basic Earthquake Emergency Kit Checklist:
- Water – at least 2 litres of water [Amazon Affiliate Link] per person, per day. Include small bottles that can be easily carried.
- Food that won’t spoil, such as canned food, energy bars [Amazon Affiliate Link] and dried foods [Amazon Affiliate Link].
- Manual can opener [Amazon Affiliate Link].
- Wind-up or battery-powered flashlight [Amazon Affiliate Link] (and extra batteries).
- Wind-up or battery-powered radio [Amazon Affiliate Link] (and extra batteries).
- First aid kit [Amazon Affiliate Link].
- Extra keys to offices.
- A copy of your emergency plan and contact information.
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