STAYING SAFE FOR AN EARTHQUAKE
STAYING SAFE FOR AN EARTHQUAKE! START A PLANNING GUIDE FOR YOURSELF AND FAMILY, MAYBE EVEN YOUR BUSINESS
I know we “think” that it won’t happen to us, but it will!
Something definitely will happen depending on the area that you live in. It could be a hurricane, earthquake, it could be a storm, avalanche, flooding or many of the many other natural disasters!
So, in light of the recent Pacific Northwest and Southwest earthquakes I have put together a list of a few items that you can start your own planning guide
Consider planning using the newest release of an APP that is highly recommended for preparing for emergencies, tragedies or disasters.
See the video for more information.
During an earthquake:
1- Stay inside and get down on your hands & knees under a table- protecting your head and neck
2- Stay away from falling objects, or objects that could fall or swing
3- Do not use elevators
4- Stay out of the kitchen, too many objects to break or for you to get injured
5- Get under your bed or under pillows
6- After the shaking stops count to 60 to see if it is ok to move from your area
7- Check for shut off valves, gas, electricity, water. If you don’t know where these are located, get yourself familiar with the ” Your Backup Plan App”
8- Do not use the telephone
9- check for water usage, perhaps contaminated water
10- Protect your family from Looters, and check on neighbours if they need any assistance
More to come later about getting better prepared for disasters.
Stay Safe! Have a safe and healthy Year for 2016!
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