California Seismic Safety Commission
Govenor Jerry Brown Anne Caballero SCSA Secretary Director of California Seismic Safety Commission, Richard McCarthy

SEISMIC SAFETY COMMISSION 1755 Creekside Oaks Drive,
Suite 100, Sacramento,
California 95833-3637
(916) 263-5506

Email:  celli@stateseismic.com

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Orange County's recent 5.1 earthquake on March 28 serves as a reminder to refresh your emergency supplies and family emergency plans. Click here for useful information on Earthquake Preparedness http://www.shakeout.org/california/

 

Did you feel it?

Take the "I felt it" survey at USGS: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/dyfi/

Click here To Find Current Information After an Earthquake: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/

 

 
 

Commission Meetings 2014

The above dates are tentative and include possible teleconference dates - Room 4202 has been scheduled for the three meetings in 2014.

*Unless you are a member of the Ad Hoc committee, you are not required to attend Ad Hoc meetings

Sue Celli Office Manager
Alfred E. Alquist Seismic Safety Commission
1755 Creekside Oaks Drive Suite 100
Sacramento CA 95833
916-263-5506 916-263-0594 Fax

 

SEISMIC SAFETY COMMISSION UPDATES

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Go behind the scenes at UC San Diego as a five story mockup of a hospital, including a surgical suite, is subjected to dramatic earthquakes in order to better understand how the many complex systems within hospital buildings perform after earthquakes. Teaming up with the California Seismic Safety Commission, this UCSD-TV documentary explores the history of seismic safety for California's hospital infrastructure, and what is being done to secure its future.

 

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Shake Out California

The Great California Shake Out!
Where?   When?  Will you be prepared?

What is Shake Out? The Earthquake Country Alliance (ECA) organizes California's annual statewide earthquake drill, with more than 11.4 million participants. ECA provides valuable earthquake preparedness information, interactive maps, games, quizzes, news, and events. We all must become better prepared for major earthquakes, and also practice how to protect ourselves when they happen. The purpose of the ShakeOut is to help people and organizations do both. Visit www.ShakeOut.org to register to participate, and to learn how you can prepare. Information is available in Spanish and other languages.

 

 

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