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Download and print these posters in English on what to do in an earthquake. Put them up in your home, school, work or community space. Remember to Drop, Cover and Hold in an earthquake. If you use a walker or wheelchair, Lock, Cover and Hold.
Keeping everyone healthy and safe at work doesn’t mean buying expensive equipment and doing lots of paperwork. It does mean taking a proactive approach and getting everyone at work involved.
Continuity and contingency planning is about being prepared for all types of disruptions. Use the business.govt.nz step-by-step guide to get your plan sorted. It’s vital to your business’s survival.
Water supplies, including drinking water, could be affected in an emergency. Have a supply of stored water for three days or more. Find out more about storing water.
Drop, Cover and Hold is the right action to take in an earthquake. Watch this short video to find out more about Drop Cover and Hold.
Read this story about earthquakes in English and te reo Māori.
We’ve compiled helpful answers to frequently asked questions about Emergency Mobile Alert.
If an earthquake is Long or Strong, Get Gone. Watch this short video to find about Long or Strong, Get Gone.
Find emergency and disaster updates from the National Emergency Management Agency. For advice on preparing for disasters follow the @NZGetReady Twitter channel.
Read the Director's Statement for Emergency Mobile Alert Device Standards. It defines the desired mobile device standards for emergency alerting in New Zealand.
Find official emergency information and advice on how to be better prepared for disasters in New Zealand. Find out and discuss how to prepare for an emergency, cope during an event, and recover quickly.
Read this story about volcanic eruptions in English and te reo Māori.
In an emergency, you may be stuck at home for three days or more. Your house is already full of emergency items disguised as everyday things. Figure out what supplies you need and make a plan to get through.
Find information about influenza pandemics on the Ministry of Health website.
Find information about fire safety on the Fire and Emergency New Zealand website.