Could you recommend a condensed First Aid manual?
I took a course from St. John's Ambulance several years back for first aid, and they gave me a fairly good first aid manual with that. It's around
150 pages or so but it has lots of diagrams and stuff.
That has a list of 'kits' that they sell, for various situations, ex: burns, road safety, etc. Even if you don't buy the kits from those guys,
they tell you exactly what is in them, so you will have an idea of what you might need but haven't thought of, yet.
To answer the original question... we've got a bit of food/water, flashlights, candles, oil lamps, bandages, that sort of thing. Probably not as
much stuff as we should have, but still better than nothing.