Preparing for emergency situations can be a daunting task. But APHA’s Get Ready campaign has created a music video to make it easier for you.

Earlier this summer, the campaign — which helps Americans prepare themselves, their families and their communities for all disasters and hazards — released “One Chance (To Get Ready),” written by and starring APHA’s summer intern class. Its release coincides with National Preparedness Month, hosted by the Department of Homeland Security, and Get Ready Day, in which APHA encourages Americans and their communities, campuses or workplaces to elevate the importance of emergency preparedness.

The video parodies Drake’s 2016 hit song, “One Dance.” In the video, interns engage in preparedness activities such as creating a stockpile and taking shelter during a weather emergency.

Get Ready created its first emergency preparedness music video in 2012, rewriting Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit, “Call Me Maybe.” The video has been viewed over 10,000 times.

Visit Get Ready for a full range of preparedness tools, including blogs, e-cards and its new adult coloring book.