Eastern Bays Community Resilience Expo - Muritai School, 24 March, 10am to 3pm. RESILIENCE, COMMUNITY, EXPO, SAFETY, EMERGENCY, MITIGATION, REDUCTION, PREPARATION, READINESS, RESPONSE, REACTION, RECOVERY, RESOURCES, PLANNING INFRASTRUCTURE, WATER, POWER, ELECTRICITY, INTERNET, ROADS, NETWORKS, COMMUNICATIONS, RADIO, SATELLITE, TELEVISION, WASTE, SEWERAGE, TOILET, SERVICES, SOLAR, FLOODING, TSUNAMI, EARTHQUAKE, SLIPS, WAVES, STORM, RAIN, LIGHTNING, HIGH-TIDES, WIND, TORNADO, CYCLONE, CLIMATE-CHANGE, SNOW, HAIL, SMOKE, AIR-QUALITY, VOLCANIC-ERUPTION, ASH, BUSH-FIRE, SEA-LEVEL-RISE, HIGH-TIDE, STORM-SURGE FIRE&EMERGENCY, AMBULANCE, SEARCH&RESCUE, POLICE, MARITIME-SAFETY, HEALTH, DISEASE, PANDEMIC, MEDICAL, CPR, MEDICINE, FIRST-AID, CARDIAC, INJURY, TERRORISM, CHEMICAL-SPILL, INDUSTRIAL-FIRE, NUCLEAR, SECURITY, CRIME, ASSAULT, BURGLARY, LOOTING, CHILDREN, SENIORS, NEIGHBOURS, ACCESSIBILITY, FAMILY, FRIENDS, WHANAU, SCHOOL, WORK, ANIMALS, PETS, PROPERTY, SHELTER, KEEPING-COOL, STAYING-WARM, HEATING, SLEEPING, BEDDING, STAYING-DRY, TRANSPORT, FOOD, ACCESS, NEWS, MONEY, MOBILE, COOKING, SHELTER, ESCAPEAre you ready? Do you have a plan? What will you do in an emergency? Will you be safe? Who will you contact and how?

This expo is intended to activate and support our community to become safer and more resilient at a family / whanau and community / kāinga level.

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Resilience includes day to day safety, having plans and resources in place for more significant emergencies, and acting to prevent or minimise future incidents where possible. The scope is as broad as you can imagine, from ways to stay safe around your home, dealing with family or community emergencies all the way to responding to generational issues such as climate change. Find out more

The event will be free and open to all the community and businesses, and will provide demonstrations, exercises, planning and action suggestions, information, resources and even prizes for both individuals and communities.

Organisations and businesses represented will include the usual safety, emergency and rescue based organisations, community organisations with a roles to play in community support, and businesses offering services and products related to community resilience.

Muritai School: 10 am to 3 pm Sunday 24 March 2024.

Register to attend

If you would like to find out more, keep informed on the expo (and beyond), and win prizes for you and your community, you can register below. You will also be able to just turn up on the day and register to stay informed. We will be providing updates on what will be happening on the day as the event approaches, as well as offering suggestions on how you can activate your family and community. All registrations will go in the draw.

Exhibitor information and application

If you are a community, organisation or business that would like to attend you can find out more and reserve your space here. There is no charge to exhibit for non-profits, however donations of appropriate spot prizes by commercial attendees would be appropriate (payment is optional). If you would like to have a stall for your community or group you can also register, this could be an opportunity to sign up new members. Details here, and reserve your space.


Resilience Expo Individual Registration

Register below to stay informed and enter our Resilience Giveaways. You will also be added to our email list but can unsubscribe at any time. Exhibitors can register here.





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