Earthquake Emergency Preparedness

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Earthquake Preparedness Guide for People with Disabilities and Other Access or Functional Needs . will communicate in an emergency. Include your family and Personal Support Team (PST) when creating, reviewing, and practicing your plans:

EARTHQUAKE PREPAREDNESS CHECKLIST (EPC) * Health & Safety Code 1596.867 requires an Earthquake Preparedness Checklist be included as an attachment to the Emergency Disaster Plan (LIC 610, LIC 610A and 610A (SP)) earthquake safety plan

How to Prepare for an Earthquake Although there is no advance notice of an earthquake, emergency information will be provided immediately after through radio and TV broadcasts and via Wireless Emergency Alerts texted to cell phones.

As the most seismically active region in the U.S., Alaska has between 10,000 and 12,000 earthquakes a year, the majority of which go unfelt. But when a big one does hit a populated area, the Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management wants you to be prepared. “What we’re trying to teach people is to drop, cover and hold on when they feel that strong earthquake,” division

Seattle Emergency Management: City-wide Preparedness Efforts July 17, 2015 What are we doing to prepare the City for a major earthquake? City Preparedness –

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Are You Ready? 19 Basic Preparedness Getting Informed 1.1 Evacuating Yourself and Your Family When community evacuations become necessary, local offi cials provide informa-

Earthquake and Tsunami Preparedness How to help your community be more prepared for earthquakes and tsunamis

Earthquake Preparedness Checklist Many people associate the risk of earthquakes with seismically-active areas like California, Contract with a security company to provide 24-hour security in the event of an earthquake. Keep emergency phone

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Emergency Preparedness Guide – December 2013 Page 3 Emergency Preparedness To those of us who live and work in Nepal, earthquakes and other

Earthquake Preparedness What Every Child Care Provider Needs to Know You can never tell when there will be an earthquake, but you can take steps to reduce or

2 For Local Emergency Managers & Citizens Individual and Family Preparedness is the best insurance against earthquake damage. Of the things to do, the single

For more in-depth information, get a copy of "Disaster Preparedness for People with Disabilities" (A5091) from the American Red Cross, or visit emergency services, and the National Poison Control Center (1-800-222-1222).

Session 10: Earthquake Preparedness Earthquake Hazard and Emergency Management 10-4 relevant groups, even in cases where the threat is generally recognized and/or personalized.

As the most seismically active region in the U.S., Alaska has between 10,000 and 12,000 earthquakes a year, the majority of which go unfelt. But when a big one does hit a populated area, the Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management wants you to be prepared. “What we’re trying to teach people is to drop, cover and hold on when they feel that strong earthquake,” division

As the most seismically active region in the United States, Alaska has between 10,000 and 12,000 earthquakes a year, the majority of which go unfelt. But when a big one does hit a populated area, the Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management wants you to be prepared. “What we’re trying to teach people is to drop, cover and hold on when they feel that strong earthquake

A disaster can happen at any moment, at any place, and with little, or no, warning. Causes can be natural, as in an earthquake, infectious illness outbreak, wildfire, extreme heat or flood. They can be man-made, as in a biological, chemical, blast, or radiological attack or accident. It can also come in the form of a personal accident (a fall, poisoning, near drowning, choking or severe cut

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