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S.O.S. TIPS D TYPHOON, STRONG WIN AND FLOOD

PRISMH Philippines Resilience of Schools to Multi-Hazard

STRENGTHENING O.R.D.E.R. IN SCHOOLS ORGANIZATIONAL RESILIENCE IN DISASTERS & EMERGENCY RESPONSE


DURING A TYPHOON AND STRONG WIND IF YOU ARE OUTDOORS:

TAKE COVER NEXT TO A BUILDING OR UNDER A SECURE SHELTER.

Avoid steep slopes

Avoid areas subject to tree/branch falls, electric posts and bill boards


IF YOU ARE INDOORS:

STAY STILL AND WAIT FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON EVACUATION.

Move away from the windows and glass

Close the doors and windows immediately

Be ready with emergency flashlight in case of brownouts


DURING FLOOD If you are outdoors:

Move to a higher ground or a safe building

Avoid steep slopes and slippery floors


Move away from fallen electric posts and electric wire to prevent electrocution

Avoid walking on flooded areas to prevent water-borne diseases


DURING FLOOD If you are indoors:

Make sure you are staying in a building safe from flooding

Move to a higher ground if you are in a flood-prone area


Be ready with emergency flashlight in case of brownouts

Stay still and wait for instructions on evacuation


AFTER TYPHOON AND FLOOD

Stay away from toppled trees and electrical posts

Avoid touching wet objects in contact with electrical wires


Never walk, play or swim specially in flowing water

Watch-out for poisonous snakes, especially near trees and bushes


Flood water may be contaminated. Do not touch or drink the water

Discard food and drinks that may have contacted with flood water


Do not go home unless the authorities deem it safe

Follow safe routes when going home


For more details, please contact: DLSU Civil Engineering Department 8/F Bro. Andrew Gonzales FSC Hall De La Salle University 2401 Taft Avenue, Malate, Manila 1004 Philippines Tel No.: +63 2 5244611 loc 226 lasalle.ce.cpd@gmail.com

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S.O.S. Tips on Typhoon, Strong Wind, and Flood  

S.O.S. Tips on Typhoon, Strong Wind, and Flood  

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