Seattle and King County Ready is designed to help educate and prepare people for disasters that occur in their area.
Provided by the City of Seattle, the Seattle Hazard Identification and Vulnerability Analysis (SHIVA) identifies 18 hazards that pose the greatest risk to the city
Know what disasters and hazards could affect your area, how to get emergency alerts, and where you would go if you and your family need to evacuate.
A free online self assessment of your current readiness level.
Flood iQ visualizes your risk of sea level rise flooding today and up to 15 years in the future.
There are a number of public resources available to help you keep an eye on the wildfire risks that could impact your business.
I Love U Guys's guidance on their standard response to any incident including weather events, TM fire, accidents, intruders and other threats to personal safety.
Ready.gov's "You Are the Help Until Help Arrives Program." Learn five simple steps that may help you save a life.
Earthquake Country Alliance step-by-step guide for staying safe before, during, and after an earthquake.
The Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries provides guidance on preventing workplace violence.
Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) aims to enhance preparedness through a "whole community" approach by providing products, tools, and resources to help you prepare for and respond to an active shooter incident.
The Washington State Dept of Labor & Industries provides guidance on creating an accident prevention program.
Free preparedness guidance for all organizations
Smart planning to prevent and prepare for disaster, and know where to get aid if disaster strikes.
From Florida Disaster Resources. Hurricane prepare, respond, and recover guidance for Florida businesses.