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Additional One-Page Safe Room Resources

The materials on this webpage are intended to help communities learn about the impacts of tornadoes and hurricanes and how safe rooms can provide protection from these events. These one-page resources were updated from the previous version of FEMA P-388.

File materials include several informative posters, maps, and other resources that can be downloaded in various formats depending on how they will be used, including high-resolution print quality and low-resolution screen quality for web use.

The graphics, illustrations, and photographs on this page are made available by FEMA at no cost to help communicate the effects of natural disasters and encourage individuals and businesses to reduce their risk of disaster damage, injury, or death.

When downloading or copying FEMA artwork, you agree to the following:

  1. FEMA will be credited every time the graphic, illustration or photograph is used.
  2. The image(s) will not be digitally altered or cropped in a way that misrepresents the content.
  3. Artwork will be used only for educational or informative purposes. Artwork must not be used in advertisements.
  4. Artwork will not be sold or included in commercial photographic collections.

If you have comments or concerns about this policy or anything related to FEMA artwork, please do not hesitate to contact the FEMA Photo Desk at 202-646-2749. Thank you for your interest in FEMA.