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Stan the dog
What’s the Plan, Stan? is a resource to support schools, teachers and students to develop the knowledge and skills to prepare for emergency events.
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Te Papa logo

Watch this short film that tells the story of a ghostly waka seen before Tarawera exploded and destroyed the Pink and White Terraces.

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Use this resource from Te Papa to teach students to create resilient communities.
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Learn about staying safe before, during and after an emergency.
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Stan the dog
Get your emergency kit together, watch out for hazards and find out what to do in an emergency with this What's the Plan Stan? game.
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Get Ready Get Thru logo

Find information in عربي (Arabic) on what to do before, during and after volcanic activity on Get Ready, Get Thru.

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Find information in 繁體中文 (Traditional Chinese) on what to do before, during and after volcanic activity on Get Ready, Get Thru.

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Watch these YouTube videos from GeoNet experts answering questions about natural hazards.

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Find information on how to recognise and report suspicious behaviour on the New Zealand Police website. Learn what to do in the unlikely event of getting caught up in a terrorist attack or similar incident.

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It’s up to you to make sure your whānau know what to do and that you all have what you need to get through.
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Construction worker talking to two people

Planning for emergencies makes good business sense. It helps keep you and your workers safe and minimises downtime.

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Whare of a marae

The Marae Emergency Preparedness Plan helps marae be prepared for an emergency. It encourages whānau, hapū and iwi to think about the possible impacts of natural disasters.

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Help your friends, family and community get prepared for emergencies.

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Phone receiving an Emergency Mobile Alert

Subscribe to receive emails about upcoming nationwide tests of Emergency Mobile Alert. You'll receive an email once the date for the test is decided.

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Visit the East Coast LAB website to find out about Tsunami Hīkoi Week.

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New Zealand ShakeOut

Download, print and share this ShakeOut poster in English to tell people you're getting involved in New Zealand ShakeOut.

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New Zealand ShakeOut

Download, print and share this ShakeOut poster in Te Reo Māori to tell people you're getting involved in New Zealand ShakeOut.

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New Zealand ShakeOut

Download and share these social media images in English to tell people you're getting involved in New Zealand ShakeOut.

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New Zealand ShakeOut

Download and print our Kids Challenge so kids can be the teachers at home and show their whānau how to get prepared. There are eight challenges for kids to complete with an adult.

If your school is taking part, return the challenge to a teacher to enter the draw to win some prizes!

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New Zealand ShakeOut

Download, print and share our ShakeOut 2022 poster in multiple languages to tell people you're getting involved in New Zealand ShakeOut.

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