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Information about fire safety is available on the Fire and Emergency New Zealand website.
Information on criminal acts and terrorism is available on the New Zealand Police website.
The National Emergency Management Agency has information on finding your local Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) Group.
Find out more about the National Emergency Management Agency.
Information on working safely on roofs is available on the WorkSafe website.
Information on how to clean up ash is available on the United States Geological Survey (USGS) website.
Find out more about food safety during and after an emergency on the Ministry for Primary Industries website.
Keep up to date with MetService weather forecasts.
View current weather warnings on the MetService website.
In a disaster, you may not be able to use your normal toilet if sewerage lines are broken or damaged. The Wellington Region Emergency Management Office has instructions on how to make and use an emergency toilet.
The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) has information on traffic and travel to help you plan your route.
Deaf Aotearoa New Zealand have services available to assist deaf and hard-of-hearing people.
During an emergency normal daily life is disrupted and in some cases people may need to leave their homes. This can be particularly difficult for mothers and people caring for babies. The Ministry of Health has guidelines 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.
Read the Decision for Emergency Mobile Alert to remain a non-opt-out channel for more information.
Give us feedback about Emergency Mobile Alert. Information collected in this survey is used to make ongoing improvements to the alerting platform, which is used to keep people in New Zealand safe.
Join a Neighbourhood Support Group on the Neighbourhood Support website or call 0800 463 444.
The Neighbour's Day Aotearoa website has a lot of resources to help you organise your Neighbour's Day event.
Te Hīkoi a Rūaumoko | Rūaumoko's Walk is a bi-lingual children’s book based on Kahungunu legends and dialect telling the story of what to do in an earthquake with a subsequent tsunami threat. Find Te Hīkoi a Rūaumoko | Rūaumoko's Walk on the Hawke’s Bay Emergency Management website.
For more information, visit The New Zealand Earthquake Commission website.