As Recommended By
US Dep't of Homeland Security
With 5-year Shelf-life Food & Water
United States Coast Guard
Approval #s: 160.046/28/0 & 160.026/73/0
Meets International Coast Guard
& SOLAS 7483 Requirements
Keeping an Emergency Survival Kit at your office is an essential part of maintaining a safe work environment.
The 10-Person Ultimate Deluxe ER™ Survival Kit is designed for a small office and includes a 72-hour survival supply of food, water, lights, sanitation, shelter, rescue, radio/communication, and first aid for employees to evacuate or shelter-in-place in the event of a disaster. Each kit includes a 3-day supply per person of US Coast Guard Approved survival food and water that is guaranteed to last for 5 years even when stored in extreme conditions.
This deluxe survival kit also comes equipped with a Solar and Hand-Crank Powered NOAA Weather Band / AM / FM Radio, Flashlight, and USB device charger to charge your smart phone and other devices. It never needs batteries! Simply recharge it using the hand-crank or solar panel. Plus, it charges any iPhone, iPad, Droid, Blackberry, and other USB devices so that employees can stay in touch with their emergency contacts following a disaster.
Packaged in sealed 5-gallon containers for strategic survival and storage advantages. The containers store safely anywhere inside or outside your office and can be used for emergency sanitation purposes.
With our money-back guarantee, you can rest assured that you have purchased the most reliable survival kit on the market. If you find a kit of equal or greater value advertised for less, we will refund you the difference.
Why do you need survival kits for your employees?
Following a catastrophic disaster during business hours, employees may be stranded at work for days to weeks until roads are cleared for safe driving. And, if the office building suffers structural damage, employees may be forced to shelter outdoors and endure the elements. Electricity may be out for weeks leaving everyone in the dark and causing water treatment plants to stop working. There may also be injuries requiring medical attention when no emergency assistance will be available.
Not only do you want to keep your employees safe, but also it is your responsibility to take measures to protect your employees from forgeable dangers such as natural disasters. Failure to maintain standards of protection opens managers and officers to liability if losses or injuries occur because of their failure to act.
Being prepared ahead of time is the best
insurance plan you can have to protect your
employees and coworkers should a disaster strike. Don't delay,