As part of the Tour and Activity Planning we require all Adults to provide the following information to support the completion of the BSA Tour/Activity plan. If your information changes, please resubmit this form. We will use the latest information as we complete the BSA Tour specific plan complete for each trip.
Guide to Safe Scouting
Road Hazard Kit (What must be included in the emergency roadside kit?)
A. The type of emergency roadside kit needed can vary depending on, for example, where you live, where the unit is traveling to/from, or the season (summer, winter). An emergency roadside kit may include items such as a reflective safety vest, tire jack and lug wrench, jumper cables, emergency flares, triangle reflective warning signs, fire extinguisher, flashlight with extra batteries, shovel, work gloves, space blanket, bottled water, whistle, basic tools (e.g., wrenches, multitip screwdrivers, and pliers), and a utility knife. You may choose to build your own emergency roadside kit or purchase one from a local general or hardware store.