Get ready to ShakeOut!

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Get ready to ShakeOut!. 9:26am, 26 September 2012. Its almost time to ShakeOut. During this lecture/tutorial, we will be conducting an exercise drill. When you see the following image, it is time to: Drop, Cover and Hold. About ShakeOut at Massey. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>Slide 1</p> <p>Get ready to ShakeOut!9:26am, 26 September 2012Notes: Please run through the five slides at the beginning of the session it should take about five - seven minutes.The sixth slide is blank and is a reminder not to click onto the seventh slide until you are ready to do the drop, cover, hold drill. Now is where you might like to switch to your normal presentation.The seventh slide shows the ShakeOut logo. Now is the time to drop, cover and hold. After about 15-20 seconds, you can get up and advise your students that the drill is now over. We encourage you to put up slide eight and get your students to talk briefly in pairs or small groups about their own emergency preparedness.Slides nine and ten provides information as to where to go for more information.</p> <p>Thank you for taking part in this earthquake drill. </p> <p>You and your students have just practiced these actions along with over one million others!1During this lecture/tutorial, we will be conducting an exercise drill.When you see the following image, it is time to: Drop, Cover and Hold.</p> <p>Its almost time to ShakeOut</p> <p>2Massey University encourages everyone to take part in this earthquake drill as a way of becoming better prepared to respond to an earthquake; however, participation is not compulsory. If you are not comfortable taking part in this earthquake drill for any reason, you may choose not to, and may leave the room before the drill which take place at 9.26am. </p> <p>About ShakeOut at Massey</p> <p>3It is possible that a range of events including fire or earthquake drills may trigger unexpectedly strong emotions in people even if they were not directly affected by the Christchurch earthquakes. These reactions are a completely normal response to an abnormal event! If you would like support to deal with any emotions or experiences you may have, please contact one of the Masseys support services: Student Counselling Service: (06) 350 5533Chaplaincy and Religious Services: (06) 350 5597</p> <p>Support services</p> <p>4The following videos show you how to drop, cover and hold in the event of an earthquake:</p> <p>Kids know best (1:00min)</p> <p>Drop, cover, hold: The university experience (4:42min)What is Drop, Cover, Hold?</p> <p>56</p> <p>7Do you and your family or flatmates have a household emergency plan?Do you have supply of emergency food and survival items?Have you agreed on a place to meet if you couldnt contact anyone by phone, email or other methods?Have you agreed who would pick up your kids from school (if applicable)?Do you have pets and have you considered how to look after them in an emergency?Now consider what you would do next</p> <p>8Information and tips on how to get better prepared for an emergency is available here: www.massey.ac.nz/emergency The Massey website and Facebook page and security freephone number will be the key places to find information in an emergency:www.massey.ac.nz http://www.facebook.com/masseyuniversity Call 0800 MASS 50 (0800-627-750)</p> <p>Emergency preparedness at Massey</p> <p>9If you would like support to deal with any emotions or experiences you may have, please contact one of the Masseys support services: Student Counselling Service: (06) 350 5533Chaplaincy and Religious Services: (06) 350 5597</p> <p>A range of self-help information is also available on Masseys Counselling resources on the web page available at: http://crow.massey.ac.nz </p> <p>Support services</p> <p>10</p>