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A searchable index of useful emergency preparedness resources.

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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. logo square has a guide on what to include in your emergency planning, including identifying risks, developing emergency procedures, insurance cover and contacting and supporting staff.

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Resilient Organisations has advice for looking after staff after an emergency, called Staffed or Stuffed.

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Visit EQC’s Fix. Fasten. Don't Forget. for more information on making your home safer.

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This personal workplace emergency plan will help you plan for an emergency during working hours.

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Information on working safely on roofs is available on the WorkSafe website.

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Deaf Aotearoa New Zealand have services available to assist deaf and hard-of-hearing people.

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Make a plan online with your family/flatmates/friends 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.

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Disaster Preparedness for People with Disabilities has been designed to help people who have physical, visual, auditory or cognitive disabilities to prepare for natural disasters. logo square

Keeping everyone healthy and safe at work doesn’t necessarily mean buying expensive equipment and lots of paperwork. It does mean taking a proactive approach and getting everyone at work involved. logo square

Continuity and contingency planning is about being prepared for all types of disruptions, e.g. an earthquake, broken equipment or losing a supplier — and quickly getting back on your feet. Use the step-by-step guide to get your plan sorted. It’s vital to your business’s survival.

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Water supplies, including drinking water, could be affected in an emergency, so it is essential to have a supply of stored water. Find out more about storing water.

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