They have a great illustrated test to see how prepared you are. The site 72hours.org
Here are some good sites and products. ready.gov
Campmor Campmor Survival link:
A component of your disaster kit is your Go-bag. Put the following items together in a backpack or another easy to carry container in case you must evacuate quickly. Prepare one Go-bag for each family member and make sure each has an I.D. tag. You may not be at home when an emergency strikes so keep some additional supplies in your car and at work, considering what you would need for your immediate safety.
Radio – battery operated (I recommend at Eton one it is solar and works amazing)
Emergency cash in small denominations and quarters for phone calls
Sturdy shoes, a change of clothes, and a warm hat
Some water and food
Permanent marker, paper and tape
Photos of family members and pets for re-identification purposes
List of emergency point-of -contact phone numbers
List of allergies to any drug (especially antibiotics) or food
Copy of health insurance and identification cards
Extra prescription eye glasses, hearing aid or other vital personal items
Prescription medications and first aid supplies
Toothbrush and toothpaste
Extra keys to your house and vehicle
Any special-needs items for children, seniors or people with disabilities.
Paper Towels or Toilet Paper
Women's things and kids books or small toys for comfort
Don’t forget to make a Go-bag for your pets.
A few added items for comfort.
Wine Opener Papers or pad and writing utensil. (pencil or pen) Always keep at least 1/3 or half a tank of gas in car. Never know. Comfortable shoes and a skateboard!!! Longboard with soft wheels in trunk might be a good call.
Books like First Aid or other helpful how to books like rope tying.