Emergency Response Units, Kits, Modules, Sets
Ready packed assemblies of standard items for situation where reactivity is the key element.
- - Pre-packing allows planning and preparedness that reduce the impact of a crisis.
- - Emergency stocks are constituted with kits and modules.
- - Content lists are based on identified frequently arising needs, and regularly revised.
- - Quick re-supply of consumables is possible with the modular system.
The Emergency Response Units (ERU) consist in pre-packed equipment and trained personnel, ready for immediate action, kept by National Societies.
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A set is the smallest assembly. It is most of the time used as a sub-part of a kit or a module. It is designed to supply items for one function only.
A module is a division of a large assembly. It allows a modular usage of the large assembly. It is designed to split the needs of a large activity into easier-to-manage sub-parties.
A kit is an assembly that covers the complete needs of one specific activity. A kit is stand alone.
ERU, Emergency Response Unit
An ERU is a large assembly of supplies, services and personnel. It is designed to respond to all actions resulting from one particular situation. An ERU is self-sufficient for one month.