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  1. 1. EARTHQUAKE DRILL
  2. 2. WHAT IS EARTHQUAKE?
  3. 3. WHAT IS EARTHQUAKE? EARTHQUAKE IS A SUDDEN AND VIOLENT SHAKING OF THE GROUND SOMETIMES CAUSING GREAT DESTRUCTION AS A RESULT OF MOVEMENTS WITHIN THE EARTHS CRUST OR VOLCANIC ACTION.
  4. 4. WHATWILLPOSIBLE HAPPEN? • FIRE • TSUNAMI • LANDSLIDES
  5. 5. Can We Predict An Earthquake?
  6. 6. Based on past experience we find ourselves mostly unprepared for natural hazards that inevitability occur. Protecting people and Structures from earthquakes requires an understanding of the type of hazards associated with natural phenomena. The Geologist study earthquakes to be able to predict them in advance. This way they can help people make better plans and preperations.
  7. 7. EarthquakePreparedness • AT HOME BEFORE AN EARTHQUAKE • INDOOR DURING AN EARTHQUAKE • OUTDOOR DURING AN EARTHQUAKE • AFTER AN EARTHQUAKE
  8. 8. AT HOME BEFOREAN EARTHQUAKE • Store Drinking Water, dried and canned goods. • Prepare an earthquake emergency kit with nonperishable food, bottled water, flashlight, whistle, first aid materials, blankets, spare glasses, and other essential items. Store this kit where it will be easily accessible in case of earthquake. Include food and medicine for babies or elderlies if you have one in the families. • Anchore heavy furniture down to the floor reinforce hanging objects such as frame. • Conduct an earthquake Drills
  9. 9. INDOOR DURINGAN EARTHQUAKE • Immediately seek a safe location, such as beneath a sturdy table or desk, or long an interior wall away from the windows or hazardous objects. • Cover the back of your head an your eyes to minimize injury from flying debris. • Beware of any falling objects or electrical wires. If cooking, turn off hearing elements immediately.
  10. 10. INDOORDURINGAN EARTHQUAKE
  11. 11. OUTDOOR DURINGAN EARTHQUAKE • Stay in open areas away from buildings , powerlines, trees, and other potential hazards. • If driving, stop quickly but safely and stay in the vehicle. Do not stop near powerlines, bridges, overpass, or other potentially dangerous location. • Stay calm and brace yourself sitting if possible to keep your balance.
  12. 12. AFTERAN EARTHQUAKE • Be prepared for aftershocks, which may stronger than the initial joint. • Check for injuries and attend to them immediately emergency assistance if necessary. • Check for structural damage, but do not enter a building that shows damage or has visile cracks in the walls or foundation.
  13. 13. AFTERAN EARTHQUAKE • Be cautious in opening cabinet, cupboards, and close in case items may be posted to fall. • Keep phone lines clear emergency use. • Be patient. It make take an hours or days to restore all services depending on the severity of the earthquake.
  14. 14. REVIEW
  15. 15. What will possible happen when theres an earthquake?
  16. 16. What will possible happen when theres an earthquake? *Fire *Tsunami *Landslide
  17. 17. At home before an earthquake -Always remember to: *Store drinking water, dried and canned goods. *Prepare an emergency kit ,and first aid materials.
  18. 18. Indoor during an earthquake REMEMBER TO: *Immediately seek safe location *Cover the back of your head *Remember the DUCK, COVER , and HOLD
  19. 19. Outdoor during an Earthquake *Stay in open areas away from buildings *Stay calm
  20. 20. After an earthquake *Be prepared for aftershocks *Check for injuries *Check for structural damage *Keep phone lines clear emergency use
  21. 21. —KIM HYUN-JOONG “Even when you are feeling down,you have to live your life positively,that way,happy days and happy feelings will come to you someday.

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