ASSIGNMENT:

What's your disaster plan?

Last updated 12:00 06/05/2014
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Major events like earthquakes and flooding are a timely reminder to think about what you will do if a major disaster strikes in your town.

New Zealand faces its fair share of shakes, storms and tsunami warnings, but do you have a plan for how you will respond? Help other Kiwis consider their options in an emergency by sharing it.

Do you have an emergency kit? What's in it?

Have you agreed what you will do and where you will meet if you aren't at home with your family when disaster strikes?

Perhaps you've got something even more elaborate as a safety precaution at home.

Tell us how you've prepared for the worst-case scenario by clicking the big green button.


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