People often make resolutions at the beginning of a new year, so this is a great time to encourage preparedness actions. Take advantage of FEMA’s Resolve to be Ready social media toolkit to spread the word and connect your audience to the tips and tools that will help them prepare for earthquakes and other disasters in the year ahead.
The online, searchable Hazus Loss Library provides curated natural hazard risk information that can be used by planners and emergency managers to help shape mitigation plans, develop disaster response exercises, inform community decision-making, and support research. The site is free and open to the public.
The information and materials available through the library are curated by FEMA’s Natural Hazards Risk Assessment Program (NHRAP).