Draw of Six Disaster Preparedness Kit

To mark Public Protection Week, the Town of Pincourt will proceed with a draw of six Red Cross emergency kits.

The reason for highlighting this event was to raise public awareness about the importance of being properly prepared to face a variety of emergency situations.

Emphasis was placed on the need for each family to prepare its own safety plan and emergency kit to ensure it can be self-sufficient for the first 72 hours in an emergency situation until help arrives.

Disaster preparedness kit


To help you be well prepared for a possible disaster, the Town of Pincourt will proceed with a draw of six emergency kits, one for each electoral district, containing equipment for two people.

This kit contains:

  • Waterproof matchbox
  • Hand crank flashlight with radio
  •  40-hour candle
  •  Multifunction knife
  •  SOS sign
  •  Emergency cover
  •  10 L water container
  •  20 L water purification tablet
  •  Bag of biomedical waste
  •  Whistle
  •  Pair of nitrile examination gloves
  •  12-hour light stick
  •  Blanket

 To participate:

Register online at the Info-P information platform at

Info-P is a convenient tool for receiving alerts in emergency situations.

You have until May 14 to register.

The draw will be held among all those who have registered for Info-P. The draw will take place in the week of May 13.

The draw is for Pincourt residents only. A proof of residence will be required when you will be getting your kit at Town Hall.

Purchase a low-cost kit

Even if you do not participate in this draw, you can still get an emergency kit at a great price.

The Town puts at your disposal:

  • 14 kits for 2 people at $40 (value of $ 120.67 taxes included)
  • 25 kits for 4 people at $60 (value of $ 174.71 taxes included)

Just send an e-mail to Remember to write Emergency Kit in the subject line of your e-mail and indicate the kit you want to purchase (2 or 4 people) in your message.

Those selected will be contacted in the week of May 13.

A draw will be held among all interested persons in the event of too many registrations.