In this section you will find Floodline communication materials that you can download and use yourself. These can be used by public bodies, community groups and education institutions and are designed to help you share information about flooding and the help available through Floodline.
If you have any problems downloading any of the items, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have created animations providing advice on how you can prepare for flooding.
These animations can be used on your own website. If you work for a public body and wish to edit the animations to include your own logo, please email email@example.com and we can provide you with the master file.
Making a Flood Kit
Prepare Now for Flooding in the Future
It's Never Too Late to Prepare for Flooding
Download and share our infographics which include key statistics on how flooding could affect you and tips on how to stay safe in flood water.
Driving through flood water
Walking through flood water
Report a flood
Download and share our advertorial which includes a description of the Floodline service and what you can expect from Flood Alerts and Flood Warnings.
Floodline Kids - Stay safe and be prepared
You can also find more puzzles, games and handy hints on our Floodline Kids section.
Be prepared for flooding - An essential guide for older communities
Older people can be associated with a range of characteristics which may increase their vulnerability to flooding. Floodline have now published their essential guide for older communities which includes useful information on how to prepare for flooding.
A guide for regulated sites in Scotland
Flooding can increase the likelihood of a major accident or pollution occuring and lead to severe environmental consequences. We have developed a guide for regulated sites in scotland to prepare for flooding.
An example of partnership working
We have been working in partnership with Neighbourhood Watch Scotland. One of the outputs we have produced from this collaboration is a leaflet full of useful information and advice on how to keep your community safe and be prepared for flooding.
If you would be interested in working with Floodline in a similar way, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health effects of flooding
Handy information cards and table top display holders are now available that highlight where you can get further support if you think your health and wellbeing have been affected by flooding.
Flooding: know who to contact
There can be confusion over who you should contact when it floods. Download and share our handy leaflet that outlines the responsibilities of various organisations.