• Hurricane Basics (Ready.gov, which has similar sits for other types of disaster, including active shooters, drought, explosions, landslides, pandemic, and so on)
• Hurricane Safety Checklists (National Hurricane Survival Initiative)
• Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country: Your Handbook for the San Francisco Bay Region (U.S. Geological Survey and many partners)
• Earthquake Proof Your Home: How to Prepare Your Home and Property for an Earthquake (InstallItDirect)
• Tornado Readiness: Protection from Extreme Wind (National Wind Institute)
• Flood and flash floods (Disaster Center, which has material on other kinds of disaster also).
• Fire Safety (KidsHealth)
• SafeStars Resources (sites on child safety, campus safety, first aid and CPR, fire protection, earthquake readiness, flood readiness, hurricane readiness, and so on--not necessarily just for kids)
• Home Fire Escape Plan (Hartford)
• A to Z Guide to Security, Safety and Prevention (Angie's List)
• Disaster Preparedness for Livestock
Helpful information is also available in these sections for journalists on the website Writers and Editors:
• Covering disaster
• Covering public and private tragedy and trauma
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