Preparedness Now: This 5-minute video from the Great California Shakeout (hosted on youtube) dramatically depicts what life in Los Angeles would be like after a large earthquake, and offers preparedness tips.
Upside Down: An effective public service announcement stressing the importance of being prepared for emergencies (hosted on youtube).
EVAC + Chair Video: Demonstrates how to use the EVAC+ Chair, used at many schools for emergency stair evacuation of students with disabilities.
Be Ready - Preparing your Medications for a Disaster English / Spanish: A video that offers different methods for obtaining an extra one week supply of prescription medications for use in an emergency. Tips are appropriate for parents of children with medical needs as well as the needs of adults.
A School Disaster in a Heartbeat : A 30-second television Public Service Announcement delivering the message that school staff need to be ready to respond to a variety of emergency situations at school; promotes the STEPS training website. From LAUSD's Office of Emergency Services.
Cash Quiz: A 30-second Public Service Announcement for television that promotes the LAUSD website where parents can find information about how schools prepare for and respond to campus emergencies. From LAUSD's Office of Emergency Services.
YOYO 7: You're On Your Own for 7 Days. A 30-second television Public Service Announcement and web page stressing to the public the importance of preparedness and self-reliance in a disaster. From LAUSD's Office of Emergency Services.
Don't Worry: A 30-second television Public Service Announcement that reassures parents that LAUSD is prepared to care for its students in an emergency and promotes the website developed for parents to find information about school emergency preparedness and response. From LAUSD's Office of Emergency Services. Don't Worry, Spanish
The Adventures of Disaster Girl: A superhero, comic book-style 30-second television Public Service Announcement that emphasizes the important role that LAUSD employees have in emergencies as Disaster Service Workers.LAUSD Emergency Plan App (with LAFD): A Public Service Announcement developed with the Los Angeles Fire Department to highlight the LAUSD emergency plan mobile app and the "Saving Lives Through Technology" theme for the May 2015 Fire Service Month.Surviving an Active Shooter: A video produced by the Los Angeles Sheriff Department that offers guidance and options appropriate for offices, public spaces, and other non-K-12 school settings.