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Across all three campuses, Massey University is exposed to the full range of hazards that New Zealand presents.
Regional Councils in the three cities with Massey campuses all have hazard information on their websites.
Each regional and local council has its own preparedness information. Most of this information is similar across different regions, because being prepared for most hazards requires the same steps.
The link below take you to information from the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) – formerly known as Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management (MCDEM):
The website includes:
In New Zealand we have a lot of natural hazards such as earthquakes, floods, landslides, snow, storms, tsunami, volcanic activity, and other hazards can happen any time and often without warning.
Work out what you need to do to get your household ready, get your work ready, get your school ready or get your marae ready, and
Help keep your family, friends and community safe by getting involved in emergency preparedness.
Having a plan for what to do if you cannot get back home or back to your family is important in every situation, from students that live on campus to staff that commute long distances to work at the University.
The Massey Uni app brings you essential information while you are on the move. Designed for Students at Massey University's three main campuses but useful to Staff and anyone visiting the University.
Note: You might only be able to get one text out if the mobile networks are overloaded. If you already have a plan for contacting your family, you’ll know that one text will get the message to everyone.
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Last updated on Thursday 14 May 2020