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Are you fully prepared for a natural disaster or outage? The Safety Action Center does not contain all the information you may need to prepare for an emergency. Please consult all available resources including those listed below.
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security Disaster Preparedness Information
- CAL FIRE’s Wildfire Preparedness Website
- CPUC’s Wildfire Safety Efforts
- Red Cross Disaster Preparation Tips and Support Guide
- Emergency Preparation Tips from PG&E
- How to Prepare for a Public Safety Power Shutoff
- The Pacific ADA Center’s Emergency Power Planning Fact Sheet for people who use electricity and battery dependent assistive technology and medical devices
- Wildfire Prevention Tips from Smokey the Bear
- 2019 California Fire Safe Council Harden Homes Brochure
- 2019 California Fire Safe Council Defensible Space Brochure
- California Earthquake Authority’s Seven Steps to Earthquake Safety
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security Emergency Preparation Games for Kids
- Centers for Disease Control Natural Disasters and Severe Weather Preparation Guide
- California Earthquake Early Warning and Wireless Emergency Alerts from Cal OES
- 10 Ways to Be Prepared from the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services
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