Emergency Numbers

Here's another free printable checklist
to keep track of 
Emergency and Important Phone Numbers.

Download Here under the Printables category.

The first part of list actually leaves a portion
for you to fill out two places for your family to meet
in case of a natural disaster.

The next portion is to fill out 
Emergency and Medical numbers for your area;
along with numbers for how to contact
family members by cell and work.

The last section it has is for
school and family doctor numbers.

I can't tell you how much I have loved having this list handy!
I keep it in my kitchen next to my Babysitter Checklist.
This way I know my sitter or visitors also can access
important numbers in case of emergencies. 

I also have never posted about these,
but I have a Diaper Bag Checklist
so you'll always be prepared for your
babies and toddlers

 and a Car Kit Checklist.
for those of you who want to be prepared
in case of emergencies.
I was able to fit most of the supplies
in one of those plastic shoe containers.


I'd love to hear your opinions!

4 comments:

  1. Those are some really good ideas. I love the car and diaper checklist! Coming over from Tip Junkie!

    Amy

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  2. Great ideas! Thanks for sharing these checklists! Very useful!


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  3. If nothing else it is nice to at least have a few band aids in the glove box in case you accidentally cut yourself or get a blister from a pair of shoes. Make sure you put an Epi pen or any emergency medication you made need if you or your family has a related medical condition beyond the usual bump, cuts, and sprains.

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