Surviving an earthquake and reducing its health impact requires preparation, planning, and practice. Learning what actions to take can help you and your family to remain safe and healthy in the event of an earthquake.
Arkansas is one of the eight states that is a member of the Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium.
Emergencies can strike anytime. A tornado, a flood or even a terrorist attack can change lives. Arkansas families, communities, businesses and schools need to take steps today to prepare for an emergency. Prepare today!
Preparedness information and strategies from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Comprehensive listing of FEMA publications relating to all aspects of earthquake planning, preparedness, response, and recovery. Useful for individuals, families, businesses, and property owners.
The primary responsibility of the Arkansas Geological Survey is to investigate and report on Arkansas’ geologic resources. This includes working with the U.S. Geological Survey, SEMA, and other organizations to increase the knowledge base of earthquakes in the state.
Learn about earthquake insurance and find local providers.
Videos are from outside sources and are about financial and insurance preparedness.
Ready.gov is the U.S. Government’s foremost resource on emergency preparedness and disaster readiness for citizens. Learn how to prepare for an earthquake.
Find recent or historic earthquakes, lists, information on selected significant earthquakes, earthquake resources by state, or find webservices.
Did You Feel It? (DYFI) collects information from people who felt an earthquake and creates maps that show what people experienced and the extent of damage.
Our Asbestos and Natural Disasters Guide covers important information such as:
– How Asbestos is a Risk During a Natural Disaster
– What to Do During Wildfires
– What to Do During a Hurricane
– How to Prevent Asbestos Exposure from Other Disasters
Arkansas building and fire codes.