San Bernardino County ShakeOut
Millions of people worldwide will practice how to Drop, Cover, and
Hold On at 10:16 a.m. on October 16 during Great ShakeOut
Earthquake Drills, which began in California in 2008.
Participating is a great way for your family or organization to be prepared to survive and recover quickly from big earthquakes– wherever you live, work, or travel.
While some areas of California are more likely to have earthquakes than others, all of California is at higher risk compared to the rest of the country. In fact, the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains are the result of seismic activity along the San Andreas Fault running right through the County.
You could be anywhere when an earthquake strikes: at home, at work, at school, or even on vacation.
What you do now will determine your quality of life after our next big earthquake. Are you prepared to survive and recover quickly?
The San Bernardino County Fire Department/Office of Emergency Services is proud to be a part of the 2014 Great California ShakeOut.
WHAT YOU CAN DO…
- Register as a participant at: www.ShakeOut.org/california/register/.
- Visit www.ShakeOut.org/california to find resources to help families, businesses, schools, faith-based organizations, community groups, and others to participate in the ShakeOut.
- On October 16 at 10:16 a.m. practice the Drop, Cover, and Hold On drill.
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY MUSEUM EVENT
The epicenter of ShakeOut-related activities will be at the San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm on October 11. Please join us for an educational and fun-filled event, during which families will be treated to an Earthquake Preparedness fair, complete with emergency equipment, emergency responders and earthquake preparedness educational activities.
This year’s 2014 Great California ShakeOut sub-theme is "What’s Your Zone?" Make a commitment to learn more about specific earthquake related hazards that may affect your home or workplace. Do you know what kind of shaking you can expect during an earthquake? Are you in a landslide, liquefaction or rupture zone? Find out here http://myhazards.calema.ca.gov/.