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If an emergency happened, who and what would you most want to protect?

Firstly, think about the people you would want to be safe. Do you know all their numbers by memory? If not, write them down! You may not have power for days so your mobile might not work.

Are there people, or animals, that you care for that have special medical needs that you should write down?

How about the things that you own – your house or your car, or more sentimental items like family heirlooms?

And once the emergency is over, what are the important services you'll need to contact?

We've made you an easy way to write everything down, so you can protect what matters most!

Download your personal RediPlan, so that you can keep all your important information safely in one place

More ways to stay prepared

Family preparing their emergency action kit.

Get packing

Think like a scout and "Be Prepared!" Build your own emergency kit with our handy checklist- protect your loved ones and the things that matter most.

Two Australians getting mentally prepared for emergency.

Prepare your mind

Emergencies are scary and stressful. Here's a simple way to prepare your mind for an emergency.

Start a conversation

Being in an emergency is not something people usually think about, let alone talk about. But the more we talk about it, the better prepared we'll be when it happens. We think it's the most important thing you can do.

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