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42 out of 50 states have communities in earthquake zones.

Scientists place the chances of having a magnitude 6.7 or larger earthquake in the United States at more than 99% over the next 30 years. This research-based earthquake safety training video, produced by a major corporate insurer, teaches employees how to react during an earthquake.

Employees will learn how to stay safe during an earthquake emergency, whether: 

  • Indoors
  • Outdoors
  • In a stairwell
  • Driving a car
  • In a restroom

But there's more. This video also illustrates what should be done to prepare before a natural disaster strikes: removing hazards from offices and work areas, making contingency plans, and gathering supplies. And it shows how to stay safe in the aftermath of a major event.

Whether or not you live and work in a known earthquake zone—not to mention when you travel—the unthinkable can strike out of the blue. In a major quake, the choices you make in an instant can change your reality forever. Make sure you and your workforce have undertaken earthquake safety training so you'll be ready when one strikes. 

DVD Includes both English & Spanish Programs

Earthquake Preparedness Training

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10 Minutes

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"I like the different health and safety videos Kantola offers at reasonable prices. The quality of the DVDs is very high and I have not come across a Kantola DVD with information that does not comply with OSHA or Cal/OSHA regulations."Alexander D. Dajero Jr., CSP, CHMM, CFPS

Environmental, Health & Safety Manager
Integrated Defense Systems
Raytheon Company
San Diego, CA