Mary Donahue
earthquake preparedness Information

Mary Donahue earthquake preparedness

earthquake preparedness

Why bother preparing for an earthquake?

it will not be for a long time …

it will not be epicentered here…

it will not be that bad here…

I have so much else to do that is more pressing…

it is too much work . . .

http://marydonahue.org/its-too-much-work

  Try an edit-find function (hold down Ctrl, then type the letter F) on your computer to ‘search’ this page.

 http://marydonahue.org/disaster-planning is a family (and babysitters, caregivers, overnight guests) Disaster Plan
 

As a part of preparing for the next earthquake, do a what if? survey of your home.http://marydonahue.org/earthquake-home-hazards-survey

You can find detailed maps (with zoom in capability) of potential road closures, risk of liquefaction and flooding, at the ABAG link at: http://marydonahue.org/earthquake-information-sources

http://marydonahue.org/earthquake-and-pets-advice (Consider having the vet ‘microchip’ your pets, and more…)

Helping children cope with disaster

http://marydonahue.org/helping-children-cope-with-disaster

store water for after an earthquake

http://marydonahue.org/store-water-for-after-an-earthquake

hazardous household chemical mixtures (Many people know that ammonia mixed with bleach creates a toxic gas. Therefore we should not only not mix them to clean, we should store them apart from each other to they can’t spill and mix during the shaking of an earthquake.)

http://marydonahue.org/hazardous-household-chemical-mixtures

disaster supplies http://marydonahue.org/disaster-supplies

babysitter consent and contact form

http://marydonahue.org/babysitter-consent-and-contact-form

emergency information form

http://marydonahue.org/emergency-information-form

blood donation FAQs

http://marydonahue.org/blood-donation-faqs



Contact
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Last Updated: 3/31/16