When an emergency happens, civil defence and emergency services will be busy helping the people who need them most.
It’s up to you to make sure your whānau and the people you care about know what to do.
Planning for emergencies makes good business sense. It helps keep you and your workers safe and minimises downtime.
getready.govt.nz is now available in both Te Reo Māori and New Zealand Sign Language. Just select the language you want in the top right corner of the website to get started.
Go to this Easy Read webpage to learn about what to do if you are faced with a hazard.
A hazard is something that can cause danger or put people at risk.
A hazard is also sometimes known as an emergency.
An emergency is when something serious happens that means people need to act quickly to stay safe.Learn what you can do to be ready for a hazard
You can find tsunami evacuation zones on the Get Ready website at:
Go to this Easy Read webpage to learn about how looking after your mental wellbeing.
Looking after your mental wellbeing is about taking care of how well you feel.
If there is an emergency or natural disaster like an earthquake or flood you might feel stressed or anxious.
There are things you can do to look after your mental wellbeing.Learn how to look after how you are feeling
Go to this Easy Read webpage to learn about who does what in different kinds of emergencies.
Emergencies are things like floods or earthquakes.
There are different kinds of emergencies.
There are different organisations that deal with emergencies.Learn who does what in an emergency
Koe‘uhí he ‘oku ‘i hotau komiunitií ‘a e COVID-19, ‘oku ‘i ai ‘a e ngaahi sitepu faingofua ‘e lava ke tau fakahoko ke fakatuai‘i‘aki ‘a e mafola ‘a e vailasí – ‘o malu‘i ai kitautolu mo e ni‘ihi kehé.
Work out what you need to do to get ready for an emergency.