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‘Fun’ Web Earthquake Preparedness Quiz For Whole Family

June 8th, 2008 · 2 Comments

A fellow CERT member just sent me this interactive web quiz on earthquake preparedness. It doesn’t take long (only 10 questions) and is easy to use for all ages. Go to:

In all candor, your preparedness expert got only 6 out of 10 answers correct — earthquakes are not my strength — so I definitely learned something from it. 

I am always looking for new engaging, creative ways of getting the preparedness message out to the public. If you see any, please pass them on to me. 

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  • 1 ‘Would You Know What To Do In A Tornado?’ Quiz // Jun 15, 2008 at 7:19 am

    [...] the the earthquake quiz I posted recently, I did pretty well on this one – 70 out of a possible 80 points. You can take it for [...]

  • 2 Tom Gilson // Jul 31, 2008 at 12:52 pm

    There’s an important yet very simple earthquake readiness step everyone in a quake zone should take–yet I’ve never seen it in any preparedness literature. I learned it while living at the heart of the 1992 Landers/Big Bear quakes. (My story is at .)

    Here’s the simple lesson: Always watch where you put your glasses, wallet, medicines, and keys. You’re going to need them. Don’t just set them on your nightstand–not unless you’re sure could still find them after your house has gone through a blender.

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