There are many resources The Earthquake Country Alliance has worked with experts in earthquake science, preparedness, and mitigation to develop this step-by-step guide for staying safe before, during, and after an earthquake. They also have booklet for printing.
FEMA also has an extensive resource list on how to prepare your home, yourself, and others. What to do during the earthquake, and immediately after.
Not yet. But the USGS site under their earthquake hazards program can provide statistics, real-time notifications, feeds, and web services. You can also download an article to learn more about the potential hazards of a modern-day earthquake on the Hayward fault.
This 32 page document will help you understand what to look for in selecting a home here in the Bay Area region. It also will give you the information you need once you settle in.
The risk of fire and or explosion to your property is greatly reduced by properly strapping down and installing a longer flexible gas supply line to your water heater. Find out more about this important step to your preparedness plan by visiting the Earthquake Country Alliance website.
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What do you have for commercial property owners?
The FEMA website for disaster preparedness has many resources for business owners to use as a guide to help you prepare, practice, and recover your business for an earthquake. Or download the commercial guide to earthquake safety published by the California Seismic Safety Commission.
Need flyers, booklets, publications for your small business, commercial business, or private home? Download free publications from FEMA.