Shelter in Place Kit - Nuclear Disaster



                                                                        Nuclear Disaster

"Shelter In Place" Kits



Prepare a kit ahead of time and put it in a convenient place in the room you have selected to Shelter-In-Place. Make sure all individuals/officials know about the kit and where it is. To learn more download the Shelter-in-Place Pamphlet (pdf).

Keys "Basic Kit" is reflected below:

Radio A battery operated radio and extra batteries. Batteries
Flash Light A flashlight and extra batteries.
Flashlight Rechargeable: Forever Light - shake to charge

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Two-way radios for internal communication with other staffs. Remember: Communication with the outside should be held to emergencies within the SIP locations. These are open channels for monitoring purposes, possibly to learn if it is safe to leave your shelter location. These channels can be monitored by all.


**Optional Item

Features and Benefits

  • Meets the following DoD EMP immunity standards:
MIL-STD 461D (Control of EM Interference)
MIL-STD RS105 (EMF Transients)
  • Tested & Verified by Naval Air Warfare Center
  • Always "ON" 24/7, Includes long-life 10+ year battery
  • Detection Range: 100 mR/hr to 5,000 R/hr,
  • Metering: 100 mR/hr to 50 R/hr, in 10 calibrated ranges
  • Proportional Increasing Chirp Rate: 50 R/hr to 5,000 R/hr
  • Gamma and X-rays from 20 keV to above 2 MeV
  • Sensitivity incl. higher emergency radiation levels
  • Alarm "chirp" corresponds to chart on back of device
  • Introduced before Health Physics Society - 1/03
  • Performance verified by Nat'l Radiological Laboratory
  • Each unit individually radiation accuracy tested
  • Patented technology
  • 10 Year Warranty
  • Made in the U.S.A.
It may be eligible for purchase under one or more DHS grant programs.

U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Office of Domestic Preparedness
See Item, Personal Radiation Detector on FY2006 DHS Authorized Equipment List.

**Optional Item

Product Description

Size: 240 Tablets | Package Quantity: 1

Dietary supplement. Source Naturals Potassium Iodide may be used when it is desirable to maintain a high level of beneficial iodides in the thyroid gland. Iodide is a form of iodine that is preferentially taken up by the thyroid gland. This product also supports the body's normal detoxification processes, including the removal of heavy metals. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Suitable for vegetarians and hypoallergenic: contains no yeast, dairy, egg, gluten, corn, soy or wheat. Contains no sugar, starch, salt, preservatives, or artificial color, flavor or fragrance.

Many potential terrorist attacks could send tiny microscopic "junk" into the air. For example, an explosion may release very fine debris that can cause lung damage, as in the 911 bombing of the towers. These masks are for controlling dust and/or smells to minimize respiratory problems.


Toilet tissue provided (If your designated shelter does not have restroom facilities, a bucket and sheet may be used. Be sure these items are added along with toilet tissue if indicated.)


Plastic sheeting, scissors, and duct tape to seal doors, windows, vents, inset cabinets, mirrors, electrical outlets and switches, etc. Precut and label the sheeting to save time to cover doors, windows, vents and inset cabinets, mirrors, electrical outlets and switches, etc. (Make sure you cut the plastic at least six inches larger than openings so you can tape it to the wall or floor.)

Duct Tape Scissors
First Aid Kit

A first aid kit.

A basic minimal kit is provided. Consider augmenting this kit with additional supplies from you local hospital or clinics.


Water Towels and washcloths.

Bottled water and small cups are provided. Too much water means more need for a restroom; dehydration, is a concern in any crisis. Fill the gallon water container, provided, as soon as possible from the building water supply and hang it from the wall. This is not for drinking but washing and wetting cloths.

Note the expiration date printed on the bottled water and replace it before that date.



Nonperishable, sealed foods and snacks should be added to your SIP Kit and rotated regularly by individuals/organizations.


List of activities for students/kids and others (included upon request). Additional items might include magazines, books, and activities to keep students occupied, provided by individual/organization.


Misc. Items


Name tags, notebooks, pens, markers, tape and caution tape. Crisis Plan "provided by indiviual/organization", (Keys can help, if school does not have an effective plan)






Shelter-in-Place Kit with optional items; radiation detector & Iodine Pills.


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