In the US, the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management has launched a website to explain citizens what to do in case of an earthquake. Given the educational goal of the project, the experience is conceived as a quiz.
Visitors are presented with a series of daily life situations in which an earthquake can surprise them. For each scene, pictured with illustrations, users have to decide which action they should take when the emergency happens.
As you might have read in the past I'm a big fan of digital tools for educational and social purposes. QuakeQuizSF is a great example of a smart use of the Internet by a public council. Strange enough such an approach is still quite rare around the world.
The agency is Asketic SF.