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The 'Get Prepared: 60 Second Emergency Tips' video series delivers simple steps that anyone can take to become better prepared for an emergency or disaster.
Take a minute today to learn about what you can do to become better prepared, and share the videos online and within your community.
To view the video in full screen, click on the title of the video or the YouTube icon.
QR code posters
This is a touch-free way to share preparedness information to community members through their smart phone.
The posters use an embedded QR code you scan with your phone’s camera app to display micro lesson videos or other online content directly on the device.
Download, print and display the posters to encourage your community members to take small steps towards becoming more prepared.
- What is the difference between emergencies and disasters? (PDF, 234 KB)
- How can you prepare for an outage? (PDF, 190 KB)
- What are hazards and how can they affect you? (PDF, 202 KB)
- How can you prepare for a tornado? (PDF, 173 KB)
- How can you prepare for a flood? (PDF, 195 KB)
- How can you prepare for a wildfire? (PDF, 193 KB)
- How can you be financially prepared for a disaster? (PDF, 194 KB)
- How can you ensure your pets are safe when an emergency occurs? (PDF, 210 KB)
- How can you prepare for an emergency or disaster without spending a lot of money? (PDF, 188 KB)
- Why should you have an emergency kit? (PDF, 210 KB)
- What goes in your emergency kit? (PDF, 193 KB)
This infographic provide preparedness information in an easy to understand format.
Download and share the infographic with your community through communication channels available to you – online, email, and newsletters.
- Winter preparedness (PDF, 44 KB)
Raise awareness about being prepared for disaster – take the #PrepareYourSelfie challenge!
The #PrepareYourSelfie challenge uses social media to help you become better prepared. You can share each step you take with others through the #PrepareYourSelfie hashtag.
Use the #PrepareYourSelfie challenge to create a conversation with your community. Invite local leaders and social media influencers to share the message. Challenge businesses and neighbouring communities to take another step towards being prepared and share the journey on social media. Let’s work together to raise the profile of personal preparedness and build resilient communities!
For more information to support #PrepareYourSelfie:
Connect with the Alberta Emergency Management Agency:
Alberta Emergency Management Agency
14515 122 Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5L 2W4
Connect with one of our regional offices, visit AEMA regional offices.