Extreme weather can happen very fast.
Having a plan means everyone in your household knows what to do if the weather turns bad. When you are making a plan, you might want to include your neighbours or friends. People you know who are elderly or have special needs may need your help.
If you need help making an emergency plan, ask a friend or neighbour to help.
Household Severe Weather Emergency Plan
Download and print the Household Severe Weather Emergency Plan (PDF, 2.07MB) which is best filled in with pen on paper. This is a good opportunity to have a chat with your household and fill it in together.
Alternatively, you can fill out our online version below. Download, save, and print the form once you've completed it.
Remember, we don't store your data, so an unfinished form won't be saved if you close this window.
Reviewing Your Emergency Plan
At least once a year you should review your emergency plan. It is important to keep information up to date. If the details of your plan are not updated you may have incorrect information. This can be very unhelpful when trying to act fast.
It is also important to update your plan if you move houses.