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Emergency Kit Lists Make your own disaster preparedness kit to save lives and protect your family

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Advance planning becomes very important in emergency situations.
We provide useful Emergency Kit Lists for home, office, and outside so you will know what you should have at all times.

The illustrated kit lists are easy-to-understand. Kit items for home and office should be stored in a carry bag or in a safe place, while items for outside should be carried with you at all times in a purse or bag.

The kit list forms come in five color variations. Print out the lists and put them on your fridge. Start planning for emergency situations in your everyday life. Download PDF forms in your favorite color, and print them on iron-on sheets to make your own customized emergency bags. How cool!

Download the Emergency Kit Lists and get prepared. Take care of yourself and your loved ones.

  • Household Emergency Kit
  • Outside Use Emergency Kit
  • Office Emergency Kit

Things to keep in an emergency kit bag at home.
Click below to download the Kit lists in PDFs in your favorite color.

  • Household Emergency Kitbrown
  • Household Emergency Kitpink
  • Household Emergency Kitgreen
  • Household Emergency Kitorange
  • Household Emergency Kitblue

Normal version PDF (Approx. 290KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 290KB)download

Normal version PDF (Approx. 290KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 290KB)download

Normal version PDF (Approx. 290KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 290KB)download

Normal version PDF (Approx. 290KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 290KB)download

Normal version PDF (Approx. 290KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 290KB)download

Note:
Please read the guide for iron-on printing before attempting.

  • Please prepare your own iron-on paper and print the PDF onto the iron-on paper using an inkjet printer.
  • There are often two kinds of iron-on paper, one for dark colored fabrics and one for light colored fabrics. With iron-on paper for dark fabrics, blank areas in the image will turn up white. With iron-on paper for light fabrics, blank areas in the image will turn up clear. In addition, some iron-on paper for light colored fabrics requires you to have a reverse version of the design. Use the reverse PDF for this kind of paper. Please confirm your printer’s capabilities before printing.
  • For questions regarding your paper or printer, please read the instruction manual or contact the product maker.
  • Please be careful of burns or accidents while using an iron.
  • Always supervise children while doing this activity.
  • NHK is not responsible for any accidents that may occur while conducting these activities.

Instructions for iron-on printing - 3 easy steps -

Things to carry on you at all times.
Click below to download the Kit lists in PDFs in your favorite color.

  • Outside Use Emergency Kitbrown
  • Outside Use Emergency Kitpink
  • Outside Use Emergency Kitgreen
  • Outside Use Emergency Kitorange
  • Outside Use Emergency Kitblue

Normal version PDF (Approx. 270KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 270KB)download

Normal version PDF (Approx. 270KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 270KB)download

Normal version PDF (Approx. 270KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 270KB)download

Normal version PDF (Approx. 270KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 270KB)download

Normal version PDF (Approx. 270KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 270KB)download

Note:
Please read the guide for iron-on printing before attempting.

  • Please prepare your own iron-on paper and print the PDF onto the iron-on paper using an inkjet printer.
  • There are often two kinds of iron-on paper, one for dark colored fabrics and one for light colored fabrics. With iron-on paper for dark fabrics, blank areas in the image will turn up white. With iron-on paper for light fabrics, blank areas in the image will turn up clear. In addition, some iron-on paper for light colored fabrics requires you to have a reverse version of the design. Use the reverse PDF for this kind of paper. Please confirm your printer’s capabilities before printing.
  • For questions regarding your paper or printer, please read the instruction manual or contact the product maker.
  • Please be careful of burns or accidents while using an iron.
  • Always supervise children while doing this activity.
  • NHK is not responsible for any accidents that may occur while conducting these activities.

Instructions for iron-on printing - 3 easy steps -

Things to keep in an emergency kit bag at your work place.
Click below to download the Kit lists in PDFs in your favorite color.

  • Office Emergency Kitbrown
  • Office Emergency Kitpink
  • Office Emergency Kitgreen
  • Office Emergency Kitorange
  • Office Emergency Kitblue

Normal version PDF (Approx. 190KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 190KB)download

Normal version PDF (Approx. 190KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 190KB)download

Normal version PDF (Approx. 190KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 190KB)download

Normal version PDF (Approx. 190KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 190KB)download

Normal version PDF (Approx. 190KB)downloadReverse version PDF (Approx. 190KB)download

Note:
Please read the guide for iron-on printing before attempting.

  • Please prepare your own iron-on paper and print the PDF onto the iron-on paper using an inkjet printer.
  • There are often two kinds of iron-on paper, one for dark colored fabrics and one for light colored fabrics. With iron-on paper for dark fabrics, blank areas in the image will turn up white. With iron-on paper for light fabrics, blank areas in the image will turn up clear. In addition, some iron-on paper for light colored fabrics requires you to have a reverse version of the design. Use the reverse PDF for this kind of paper. Please confirm your printer’s capabilities before printing.
  • For questions regarding your paper or printer, please read the instruction manual or contact the product maker.
  • Please be careful of burns or accidents while using an iron.
  • Always supervise children while doing this activity.
  • NHK is not responsible for any accidents that may occur while conducting these activities.

Instructions for iron-on printing - 3 easy steps -

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