Protect Your Property from an Earthquake

Protecting your property from earthquakes can involve a variety of actions, from inspecting and maintaining your building to installing protective devices. The US Federal Emergency Management Agency has put together a variety of short guides to specific actions you can take to secure appliances and strengthen structural elements in your house or worksplace against the risks from earthquakes.

FEMA.

Series of flyers on specific earthquake risk mitigation activities
http://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/documents/13237?id=3260

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