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ShakeOut Resources

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The materials on this page are available to you or your organization to support your participation in the ShakeOut and to promote awareness and preparedness.


Drill Manuals and Other Planning Documents

While originally created for the California ShakeOut, these documents can be used for Guam as well.

ShakeOut Drill Manual for K-12 Schools (PDF)
ShakeOut Drill Manual for Businesses (792 KB PDF)
ShakeOut Drill Manual for Non Profits and Other Organizations (PDF)
ShakeOut Drill Manual for Government Agencies and Facilities (PDF)
ShakeOut Drill Manual for Healthcare (PDF)
Countdown to ShakeOut for Organizations (PDF)

NEW! Options for Government Agency Participation and Outreach (PDF)
NEW! College Registration Guidelines and Participation Resources
NEW! 2014 ShakeOut Social Media Messaging (Word)

Recommended Earthquake Safety Actions (including situations when you cannot get beneath a table) (PDF | RTF)

Earthquake Preparedness Guide for People with Disabilities and Other Access or Functional Needs (8 pages) (PDF | RTF)

Key Earthquake Safety Tips for People with Disabilities and Other Access or Functional Needs (2 pages) (PDF | RTF)

2012 Guam ShakeOut Messaging Packet (Created by FEMA, Word)

How will Your Protect Yourself During an Earthquake? (240 KB PDF):
The safest action is to Drop, Cover, and Hold On! But what if you can’t?


Multimedia

Audio and Video "Drill Broadcast" recordings created to provide instructions during your Drop, Cover, Hold On drill.

Guam ShakeOut commercial:



Additional Videos from California that may be useful for understanding or promoting the ShakeOut.


Posters/Flyers

Download these PDF files that can be printed at 8.5x11 as flyers, or printed larger as posters.

getreadyposter
"Get Ready to ShakeOut"
Color (PDF)
Black & White (156 KB PDF)
joinusposter
"Join Us"
Color (180KB PDF)
Black & White (PDF)
dontfreakoutposter
"ShakeOut. Don't Freak Out."
Color (170 KB PDF)
Black & White (PDF)

gerreadyframe
"Get Ready to ShakeOut"
Color (PDF)
joinusframe
"Join Us"
Color (180KB PDF)
dontfreakframe
"ShakeOut. Don't Freak Out."
Color (170 KB PDF)

whattodo
"Drop, Cover, Hold on"
What To Do (PDF)
protect
"Crop, Cover, Hold on"
Protect Yourself (180KB PDF)


    Custom Flyers for each Category (PDF files)

Individuals and Families
Childcare and Preschool
K-12 Schools and Districts
Youth Organizations
Colleges and Universities
Federal Government
Local Government
Neighborhood Groups
Businesses

Healthcare
Disability/AFN Organizations
Non-Profit Organizations
Preparedness Organizations
Faith-based Organizations
Museums, Libraries, Parks, etc.
Volunteer/Service Clubs
Hotels and other Lodgings
Media Organizations

Generic flyer for all categories

Web Banners

guambanner

You can place a ShakeOut web banner on your web page to encourage participation in the ShakeOut.


Educational Resources

NEW! Earthquake Resources Organized by the Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES)

  • Topics include: What causes earthquakes, how to structures respond, how are tsunamis formed, and more
  • Resources include: videos and animations, games, coloring pages/books, photo galleries, maps, posters, and much more

Additional educational resources in the Schools Section


Suggested ShakeOut Descriptions For Newsletters, Web Pages, etc.

Multiple descriptions of different lengths in a single Word document. (120 KB)



Sample Resolution Draft

Download a sample draft resolution of intent to participate, as a Word document (33 KB)


LEARN MORE

While we can not stop a huge earthquake from occurring, we can be prepared. Learn more about earthquake safety and how you can get prepared at the following sites:

Drop, Cover, and Hold On

ShakeOut: How to Participate

U.S. Geological Survey


















































10:16 a.m. on October 16, 2014
©2014 SCEC Southern California Earthquake Center @ USC
The Great Guam ShakeOut Step 1: Secure it now! Step 2: Make a plan Step 3: Make disaster kits Step 4: Is your place safe? Step 5: Drop, Cover, and Hold On Step 6: Check it out! Step 7: Communicate and recover!