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Work through this toolkit for marae to be as prepared as possible for a natural disaster or emergency.
During an emergency normal daily life is disrupted and people may need to leave their homes. This can be particularly difficult for mothers and people caring for babies.
The Ministry of Health has advice on feeding your baby in an emergency for both breastfed and formula-fed babies.
Children have their own ways of dealing with trauma according to their stage of development. The Ministry of Health has guidelines on helping children deal with trauma.
Listen to these audio recordings for people with sight impairment about emergency preparedness.
The Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind has advice on earthquake preparedness for people who are blind or have a visual impairment.
Listen to these audio recordings for people with sight impairment about different hazards.
Give us feedback about Emergency Mobile Alert. Information collected in this survey is used to make ongoing improvements to the alerting platform.
Make a plan online with your whānau to get through an emergency. Think about the things you need every day and work out what you would do if you didn't have them.
Join a Neighbourhood Support Group on the Neighbourhood Support website or call 0800 463 444.
Find instructions for updating your Samsung phone on the Samsung NZ website.
Have a Neighbour's Day. Neighbour's Day is held every March. It encourages neighbours to get to know each other. It doesn't matter if you're an individual, group or organisation. Or if your neighbourhood is made up of houses, flats, business or something else entirely. You can host an event tailored specifically to your neighbourhood.
Listen to these audio recordings about how to get prepared for an emergency.
Follow the Shut Happens task list to create contingency plans for your business.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has advice for preparing a plan for your animals. It includes checklists for different types of animals and different emergencies. Work through the checklists to develop your plan.
Download East Coast LAB's tsunami hīkoi information sheet. Organise a community tsunami walk.
Download East Coast LAB's tsunami hīkoi poster. Show you're taking part and help spread the word.
Use this guide on what to include in your emergency planning from business.govt.nz.
The Ministry of Education has advice for schools and early childhood education centres on preparing for and dealing with emergencies.
Whakarongo ki ēnei hopunga ā-oro mō te āhua o te takatū mō tētahi ohotata.
Listen to these audio recordings in Te Reo Māori about how to get prepared for an emergency.
Your Civil Defence Emergency Management Group has tsunami evacuation zone maps and advice. Make sure you know where to go, whether you are at home, at work, or out and about.