This guide will help your business get ready to get through.
Steps to minimise food and water spoilage and avoid foodborne illnesses during an emergency
Up-to-date information on state highway conditions from the New Zealand Transport Authority
Weather warnings and forecasts
A great English resource with many ideas, reports and programmes for volunteers
The website of the Department of Internal Affairs’ Community Advisory Services.
The national organisation for volunteering. Their site contains many links to other organisations, and useful information on volunteer management.
The site has a number of useful report and fact-sheets.
Emergency Management Australia. They have a number of useful resources regarding volunteering in the emergency management sector.
Canada's site for information on volunteering contains good resources and information for volunteer managers and volunteers.
Northland CDEM Group plan
Auckland CDEM Group plan
Waikato CDEM Group plan
Bay of Plenty CDEM Group plan
Manawatu / Wanganui Region CDEM Group plan
Taranaki CDEM Group plan
Gisborne CDEM Group plan
Hawke's Bay CDEM Group plan
Wellington CDEM Group plan
Nelson Tasman CDEM Group plan
Marlborough CDEM Group plan
Canterbury CDEM Group plan
Chatham Islands CDEM Group plan
West Coast CDEM Group plan
Otago CDEM Group plan
Southland CDEM Group plan
What to do before, during and after a landslide.
Floods, storms, severe weather, earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunami and landslides can disrupt our lives, damage property and cause serious harm. The good news is, it’s easy to make sure you, and the people you care about, are ready to get through. Have a chat with your family and friends, and work out what you’ll do in these situations…
Make a plan with your family that includes what you’ll do if you can’t get home, who can help you and who might need your help.
The EQ Recovery Learning website is part of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. We work with organisations and groups across recovery, including the private sector, community organisations, social enterprise and government, to bring together the collective learning from the Canterbury earthquakes.
Your local Civil Defence Group has tsunami evacuation zone maps and regional advice. Make sure you know where to go, whether you are at home, at work or out and about.
Information from WorkSafe New Zealand about managing health and safety for volunteers.
Emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere. It’s up to you to take steps to make sure you’re prepared.
Make a plan with your family/flatmates/friends to get through an emergency. Think about the things you need every day and work out what you would do if you didn’t have them.
What’s the Plan, Stan?, a free resource to support schools, teachers and students to develop the knowledge and skills to prepare for emergency events.
Find out what to do before, during and after an emergency including earthquakes, floods, landslides, snow, storms, tsunami, and volcanic activity.
The Get Ready website has a list of tsunami evacuation zone maps and regional advice. Make sure you know where to go, whether you are at home, at work or out and about.
If you, or a member of your household, is disabled or has any special requirements that may affect your/their ability to cope in an emergency, follow these steps to get ready.