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Personal Gear Bag Inventory

Updated August 11, 2012

This information sheet is primarily intended for persons associated with or working with the LRTC Emergency Response Team, however the information may be useful to other groups or private individuals who may wish to similarly equip a support unit or who may need to utilize the resources available from LRTC's Emergency Response Team.

Volunteers should keep essential supplies and equipment in dedicated gear bags for rapid deployment during an emergency incident, and to prevent something important from being overlooked during mobilization.

Gear bags should be heavy duty, be of sufficient size to easily carry all personal supplies and equipment, be visible and be waterproof.


  • Helmet

  • Gloves

  • Safety boots

  • High visibility vest

  • Forestry brush fire jacket

  • Coveralls

  • Heavy coat

  • Personal safety line

  • 2) Carabiners

  • 2) Lengths tube webbing

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The training information presented in these information sheets and guides is offered for illustrative and volunteer refresher purposes only. It is not a substitute for actual hands-on training. Funding for much of the training provided in this program was made available through a grant obtained by the Nevada Department of Agriculture. For more information about training opportunities, please contact LRTC via email.

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