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During the 2020 COVID-19 lockdown, GeoNet asked the public for questions they have always wanted to know the answers to on earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides and tsunami. This YouTube playlist is a series of short videos answering these questions.
New Zealand Police has information on how to recognise and report suspicious behaviour and what to do in the unlikely event of getting caught up in a terrorist attack or similar incident.
All of New Zealand is at risk of earthquakes and all of our coastline is at risk of tsunami. We can't predict when they will happen but we can protect ourselves and our whānau.
Kids can be the teacher at home by showing whānau how to get prepared. Download our Kids as Teachers Challenge so kids can be the teacher at home by showing whānau how to get prepared.
Download and print these Certificates of Participation for kids as a thank you for taking part in New Zealand ShakeOut 2020.
It’s up to you to make sure your family, and the people you care about, know what to do and that you all have what you need to get through on your own.
Planning for emergencies makes good business sense. It helps keep you and your workers safe and minimises downtime.
The Marae Emergency Preparedness Plan is designed to help marae be as prepared as possible in the event of a natural disaster or emergency. It encourages whānau, hapū and iwi to think about the possible impacts of a number of natural disasters, and to recognise who are the key people and skilled people that could be called upon in the event of an emergency.
Help your friends, family and community get prepared for emergencies.
Subscribe to receive emails about upcoming nationwide tests of Emergency Mobile Alert. You'll receive an email once the date for the test is decided.