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Media Advisory: Oregon Office of Emergency Management to hold public webinar on earthquake and tsunami preparedness - 10/08/21

What

In advance of the Great Oregon ShakeOut drill on Oct. 21, the Oregon Office of Emergency Management is holding a public webinar on how to prepare for earthquakes and tsunamis in Oregon. OEM’s Geologic Hazards Program Coordinator Althea Rizzo will discuss the types of earthquakes that occur in Oregon; what to expect during a Cascadia subduction zone event; and what to do during an earthquake. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session. 

When

10:30-11:30 a.m. on Oct. 14, 2021

Where

Zoom: shorturl.at/vBKMU  

Or telephone +1 253 215 8782 

Meeting ID: 873 8281 4594

Passcode: 088648 

The webinar will be simultaneously aired live on OEM’s Facebook page and later shared on YouTube.

About the Great Oregon ShakeOut

ShakeOut is a global event encouraging people to prepare for and practice how to be safer during an earthquake. This year’s official ShakeOut drill is scheduled for 10:21 a.m. on Oct. 21. At that time, wherever you are at that moment, you should drop, cover and hold on as if there were a major earthquake occurring and stay in that position for at least 60 seconds. You can also choose to hold your own ShakeOut drill: Pick another date and include people in multiple locations -- like home, work or school -- through video conferencing. Participating in the Great Oregon ShakeOut helps Oregonians reduce their risk in the event of a Cascadia earthquake and tsunami. The event also serves as a reminder to review and update emergency preparedness plans and supplies. More than 500,000 Oregonians have signed up for this year’s ShakeOut.

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Oregon Wildfire Recovery Update -- Sept. 29, 2021 (Photo) - 09/29/21

The Oregon Office of Emergency Management has posted the Oregon Wildfire Recovery Update for Sept. 29, 2021, to the Oregon Wildfire Response and Recovery page. See today's Wildfire Recovery update here. These bi-weekly updates are transitioning to a monthly release moving forward, with the next release on October 13, 2021.

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The Oregon Office of Emergency Management's Wildfire Recovery logo: Oregon Rising - Stronger Together (Office of Emergency Management).

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