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Download, print and share our Long or Strong, Get Gone factsheet and posters in multiple languages to learn what to do during a tsunami.
New Zealand ShakeOut 2021 is proudly co-sponsored by the Earthquake Commission (EQC).
Download and print our colouring pages of Stan and the IMPACT kids getting ready for an emergency.
Prepare your organisation with Resilient Organisations' Earthquake Preparedness checklist.
Find out more about New Zealand’s biosecurity system on the Ministry for Primary Industries website.
Find out more about New Zealand’s food safety system on the Ministry for Primary Industries website.
Learn more about hazardous substances on the Fire and Emergency New Zealand website.
Find information and guidance on working with hazardous substances on the WorkSafe website.
If your property is damaged in an emergency, take photos of any damage to support your insurance claim. Find advice on taking photos to support your claim on the Earthquake Commission's website.
Find advice on understanding emotional reactions to emergencies and positive ways of coping on the Ministry of Health website.
Find tips for looking after yourself and others when times are tough from All Right?
All Right? is a collaboration between Canterbury DHB and the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand. It was launched in 2013 to support the psychosocial recovery of Cantabrians following the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011.
Find practical tips and techniques to help you take control of your mental wellbeing with Mentemia.
Mentemia was created by former All Black and mental health advocate Sir John Kirwan, tech entrepreneur Adam Clark and an expert team of medical advisors.
Find a health journal, resources and self-awareness tools to help you manage your emotional wellbeing with Melon.
Melon also provides an online community for New Zealanders to support each other and daily webinars for health and wellbeing.
Find online courses to teach you practical strategies to cope with stress with Just a Thought.
Find information and advice on how to look after yourself and your whānau on the depression.org.nz website.
When we are anxious or depressed it can change the way we think, feel and act. Dealing with the tough times can be hard but you’re not alone.
Find advice on how to keep tank water safe from contamination, including the use of water filters, on the HealthEd website.
Marae preparedness planning enhances resilience and safety of marae, taonga and iwi. It helps te hau kāinga and te haupori understand and manage their risks.
We can't predict disasters, but we can prepare for them. One of the best places to start is with your home. Find out what you can do to make your home safer and why you should check your insurance regularly.
Make a community emergency plan. A community emergency plan can help your community understand how you can help each other in an emergency.
Let people know that you got involved in ShakeOut 2021 with our New Zealand ShakeOut 2021 certificate of recognition.