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Mātātaki | The Challenge
For All Our Futures
Learn about the actions you can take before, during and after a natural disaster emergency to help yourself and others.
In an earthquake — drop, cover, hold. If you are near the coast, get gone.
What to do in major storms, wind, flooding or volcanic eruptions.
Our detailed list of emergency contacts and information sources.
Playing a critical role at University during emergencies, wardens have many responsibilities.
In an emergency situation, evacuation is important. It's about getting you out of a building and to a safe assembly point.
Advice on what to do in a medical or first aid emergency.
Injuries and death are traumatic, but procedures must be followed to protect and respect those affected.
Find out how you can report concerns and hazards at the University.
Being exposed to trauma can be life-changing, and assistance can help prevent post-traumatic injury.