* 1. Which of these areas best describes where you live?

* 2. Is your address clearly visible so first responders can find you?

* 3. Have you learned and practiced first aid skills such as CPR?

* 4. Do you have a fire extinguisher in your home?

* 5. Does your home have a smoke detector installed?

* 6. Does your home have a carbon monoxide detector installed?

* 7. Do you have a Vehicle Emergency Kit in case you get stranded during an extreme weather event?

* 8. Have you posted emergency numbers, such as BC Hydro, in your home or saved them in your cellphone?

* 9. Do you talk with your friends or family about emergency preparedness actions at least twice a year?

* 10. Do you keep copies of family medical information, insurance and identification in a safe?

* 11. Have you evaluated the FireSmart rating of your home based on the FireSmart Checklist?

* 12. Are you aware that the John Hart and Strathcona Dams may fail during a major earthquake and flood a portion of Campbell River with 4 - 20 meters of water?

* 13. Have you stockpiled supplies in a 'Grab n Go' Bag?

* 14. Have you prepared a hand-written or electronic Household Emergency Plan?

* 15. Have you earthquake proofed your home by securing fixtures such as the water heater, bookshelves and picture frames? 90% of earthquake injuries are due to these unsecured objects.

* 16. Have you established a household 'Out of Province' contact so that your whole household knows who to check in with if local communications go down?

* 17. Does your household practice fire evacuation drills as a family?

* 18. Does your household practice earthquake 'Drop, Cover & Hold On' drills as a family?

* 19. Is the issue of addressing climate change important to you personally?

* 20. If you have children, have you asked your children's school or daycare about their emergency policies?

* 21. If you have pets, do you have an emergency plan for them?

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