SCHOOL-EMERGENCY Kit

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Re: SCHOOL-EMERGENCY Kit

Post by ForgeCorvus » Sun Jan 20, 2019 4:52 pm

Pingu: I'm sure we're agreeing. In an emergency the Teacher's (and TA's) job is to look after the kids.
A single set of work gloves, one pack of lifeboat rations and a tiny bottle of water are pretty useless.

So, what would we recommend as a kit ? So far I'm thinking:

Bullhorn (might only need one or two for the whole school)

More foil blankets then the largest class size
Several bottles of water (lots of smaller ones rather then a couple of big ones ?)
Hi-Vis X2 for the teacher and TA
Packets of tissues.

Maybe one of those ropes with handles they use for 'walking buses'
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A kit for each class makes more sense then just having three spread about the building(s)
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Re: SCHOOL-EMERGENCY Kit

Post by PreppingPingu » Sun Jan 20, 2019 7:08 pm

Sorry yes - I was digressing from the original question! *oops*. Yes I think the rope is a brilliant idea. We use ropes with the pre-schoolers at playgroup. Definitely enough foil blankets for the whole class along with the normal first aid bits. I like the wind up torches that were in the kit shown. Wind up is good as you don't need to worry about battery expiry dates.
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Re: SCHOOL-EMERGENCY Kit

Post by Yorkshire Andy » Sun Jan 20, 2019 8:13 pm

As long as you keep the wind up ones charged once flat the battery is usually beyond redemption...
If your roughing it, Your doing it wrong ;)

Lack of planning on your part doesn't make it an emergency on mine

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