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2011 mar can meeting

  1. 1. VISION  RESPONSIBILITY PRIDE  SERVICE CAN MEETING March 3, 2011
  2. 2. Potential Disasters
  3. 3. Location Year M Valdivia, 1960 9.5 Chile Alaska 194 9.2 Largest & Recent Earthquakes Northern 2004 9.1 Sumatra Honshu, 2011 9.0 Japan  Kamchaika, 1952 9.0   Russia  Ecuador 1905 8.8  Chile 2010 8.8  Rat Islands, 1965 8.6  Alaska   Northern 2005 8.6   Sumatra Assam, Tibet 1950 8.6  Andreanof 1957 8.6 Islands   Sumatra 2010 7.7 Baja Mexico 2010 7.2 Haiti 2010 7.0 Christchurch, 2011 7.0 New Zealand
  4. 4. M 9.0 Sendai, JapanEpicenter offthe coast ofHonsuhu,JapanMarch 11,2011M9.0
  5. 5. M 7.0, M6.3 Christchurch, New ZealandEpicenterChristchurch,New ZealandSeptember,2010 M7.0February2011 M6.3
  6. 6. Christchurch, NZVideo
  7. 7. Christchurch, NZHotel Guests Displaced Liquifaction Safety in Open Space Few Rescuers
  8. 8. Ready OC Online preparedness resources www.readyoc.org County site with current information tied in with Facebook and Twitter One-stop-shop for information
  9. 9. Notification SystemsAnaheim Alert Register your email or cell phone for text messages Receive 3 levels of notification from routine to emergency
  10. 10. Notification SystemsAlert OC Register your email, cell phone and landline phone Receive notifications from the City or County regarding large-scale disasters or evacuations
  11. 11. Personal Preparedness Be Prepared at Home  Establish escape routes  Account for Children, Seniors, People with Disabilities, Pets and anyone else  Ensure each family member has a copy of emergency contact information and knows the plan Pack a household “Go Bag” Practice home evacuation drills
  12. 12. Your Role Before a Disaster Prepare for Disasters by:  Identifying potential hazards at home and in the workplace  Reducing hazards to the degree possible before a disaster strikes  Creating and practicing a family disaster plan  Assembling a grab and go bag and survival kit suitable for home, work, car, and child’s school
  13. 13. How You Can Prepare Create a family disaster plan Build an emergency kit Make a list of out-of-state contacts Select family gathering places Secure your home & mitigate against household hazards
  14. 14. CERT in Action
  15. 15. Anaheim Community Emergency Response Team Training Class To register, visit www.anaheim.net e-mail cert@anaheim.net or call (714) 765-6955 Registration fee of $20 is due at first class.

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