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Know what you'll do in the event of an emergency.
You cannot tell from the initial shaking if an earthquake will suddenly become intense, so always drop, cover, and hold on immediately!
In a fire or other emergency, you may need to evacuate your house, apartment, or mobile home on a moment’s notice. You should be ready to get out fast.
Learn how to protect yourself and cope with disaster by planning ahead.
Learn what to do in case of a fire.
In a disaster, ordinary items in the home can cause injury and damage. Anything that can move, fall, break, or cause a fire is a potential hazard
If you need to evacuate, please try to accomplish some last minute matters.
Chances are you will have to rely upon supplies you have available in your home for at least the first three days following any major disaster.
For unforeseen situations on the road, be prepared with an emergency car kit.
One hour of disaster preparedness activity each month will help you be ready for disasters whenever they occur.
Rather than evacuating, you may be asked by officials to shelter in-place.