When a disaster comes to visit, you won’t have time to Google what to do. Learn how to respond now.
Protect Yourself During an Earthquake...Drop, Cover, and Hold On! (American Red Cross)
- Got the idea yet?
- The water’s going to go where it wants to. Don’t let it take you with it.
Hazardous materials accidents
Hazardous Materials Incidents (FEMA) (Click on “During” tab)
Incidentes con materiales peligrosos (haga clic en "Durante" pestaña)
위험 물질 사고 (“중간” 탭 클릭 하십시요)
Shelter in Place or Evacuate? (Los Angeles County)
Fact Sheet on Shelter-in-Place (American Red Cross)
Resguardo en el lugar donde se encuentra en caso de emergencia
Coping with Shelter-in-Place Emergencies (American Red Cross)
- Do as you’re told: evacuate or shelter-in-place.
- Sheltering in place is more than just closing the window. Prepare ahead of time, especially if you live near the freeways, railroad tracks, the industrial area in northwest Buena Park, or a business that stores a large amount of chemicals (such as a propane or pool-supply store).
What to do when the lights go out.
Cover Your Cough (Minnesota Department of Health)
Cubra su Tos
Stopping the Spread of Germs at Home, Work & School (Centers for Disease Control)
Detener propagación de gérmenes: hogar, trabajo y escuela
독감 점검 사항 (American Red Cross)
Remember what your mother told you: wash your hands before you eat, cover your mouth when you cough. Mom was right.