ShakeOut earthquake drills

The Great ShakeOut is a once a year earthquake drill first held in California in 2008 to raise awareness across all segments of the community. Participation has since spread around the globe and an increasing numebr of communities take part every year.

The Great ShakeOut website, ShakeOut Drill Manual for Schools, ShakeOut Drill Manual for Businesses, ShakeOut Drill Manual for Non Profits and Other Organizations, ShakeOut Drill Manual for Government Agencies and Facilities
http://shakeout.org/, http://www.shakeout.org/downloads/ShakeOutDrillManualSchools_v2.pdf, http://www.shakeout.org/downloads/ShakeOutDrillManualBusinesses_v2.pdf, http://www.shakeout.org/downloads/ShakeOutDrillManualNonProfitOrgs_v2.pdf, http://www.shakeout.org/downloads/ShakeOutDrillManualGovernment_v2.pdf

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