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The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has advice for preparing a plan for your animals in an emergency, including checklists for different types of animals and different emergencies. Work through the checklists to develop your plan.
Follow the Shut Happens action task list to create contingency plans for your business.
Survey results for the 2018 and 2019 nationwide tests of Emergency Mobile Alert.
Business.govt.nz has a guide on what to include in your emergency planning, including identifying risks, developing emergency procedures, insurance cover and contacting and supporting staff.
The Ministry of Education has advice for schools and early childhood education centres on preparing for and dealing with emergencies
Turtle Safe is an educational DVD developed specifically to teach preschool children what to do if they are inside or outdoors when an earthquake occurs.
Kia Takatū is a te reo Māori resource for years 1–8, containing teaching material, templates and stories to teach children about emergencies.
These downloadable emergency stories are in te reo Māori and are suitable for all levels.
Resilient Organisations has advice for looking after staff after an emergency, called Staffed or Stuffed.
Watch this slide presentation that focuses on researching a historic tsunami in Henderson Bay in Northland.
Visit the Earthquake Commission's website for more information on making your home safer.
This personal workplace emergency plan will help you plan for an emergency during working hours.
Download this factsheet in English explaining the Emergency Mobile Alert system.
Find information in عربي (Arabic) on what to do before, during and after an earthquake on Get Ready, Get Thru.
Search the Get Ready website for information and resources.
Find resources to help you and others prepare for an emergency.
We’ve compiled helpful answers to frequently asked questions about Emergency Mobile Alert.
This NZSL video gives an overview of Emergency Mobile Alert.
The Director's Statement for Emergency Mobile Alert Device Standards defines desired mobile device standards for emergency alerting in New Zealand.
A pandemic is an epidemic that becomes very widespread and affects a whole region, a continent or the world. Information about pandemics is available on the Ministry of Health website.