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Name: Kent Justine P. Barroga Grade & Section: 11- St. Raphael IDENTIFY HAZARDS IDENTIFY WHO IS AT RISK Earthquakes GRAND MOTHER, GRAND FATHER, MY COUSINS, MYSELF AND OUR CATS AND DOGS ASSES HAZARD LEVEL HIGH IMPLEMENT CONTROLS • • • • • • • fire hazard GRAND MOTHER, GRAND FATHER, MY COUSINS, MYSELF AND OUR CATS AND DOGS HIGH • • electrical hazard GRAND MOTHER, GRAND FATHER, MY COUSINS, MYSELF AND OUR CATS AND DOGS HIGH • • • • • • Identify Hazards in the Home Create Your Disaster Plan Create Disaster Supply Kits Identify Your Home's Potential Weaknesses Drop, Cover, and Hold On After the Shaking Stops Check for Damages and Injuries Needing Immediate Attention When Safe Follow Your Disaster Plan Keep Flammable Items Away from Heat Provide adequate means of escape Outline clear pathways to exit doors Install smoke detection systems Use flame-retardant materials in interiors Maintain smoke suppression systems Check The Electrical Frequently Unplug Items You’re Not Using Use Surge Protectors Do not use equipment with broken cords or plugin anything that has a missing prong. Never touch anything electrical with wet hands or while standing in water. Don’t use frayed or broken cords or plug in • • typhoons GRAND MOTHER, GRAND FATHER, MY COUSINS, MYSELF AND OUR CATS AND DOGS HIGH • • • • • • • • flood due to continuous rains and storms, GRAND MOTHER, GRAND FATHER, MY COUSINS, MYSELF AND OUR CATS AND DOGS • MEDIUM anything with a missing prong. Keep metal objects such as silverware away from outlets. Don’t overload sockets. Listen to the radio or TV for information and keep your weather radio handy. Secure your home, close storm shutters and secure outdoor objects or bring them indoors. Do not panic, remain calm. Pack foods that don't need cooking. Keep flashlights, candles and battery-powered radios within reach. Examine your houses and repair unstable parts as much as possible. Secure domesticated animals in a safe place. Evacuate to a safe place Installation of rock beams, rock ripraps, sandbags, maintenance of normal slopes with vegetation or application of soil cements on steeper slopes and construction or expansion of drainage. Prepare to Evacuate If flood continue to rise on the ground. Always closing file cabinet or storage drawers. sharp objects GRAND MOTHER, GRAND FATHER, MY COUSINS, MYSELF AND OUR CATS AND DOGS • Keep knives, forks, scissors, and other sharp utensils in a drawer with a safety latch. Keep glass objects, such as drinking glasses and bowls, in a high cabinet far from reach. Store appliances with sharp blades far from reach of children or in a locked cabinet. MEDUIM falling GRAND MOTHER, GRAND FATHER, MY COUSINS, MYSELF LOW • If using a stairs used a handrail Clear the pathway so that you won’t trip or something, Ensure stairs are designed safely and avoid steep stairs Assist elders and children’s when going up or down on stairs. choking GRAND MOTHER, GRAND FATHER, MY COUSINS, MYSELF. LOW • if someone is choking encourage them to keep coughing to try to clear the blockage. Ask them to try to spit out the object if it's in their mouth, don't put your fingers in their mouth to help them as they may bite you accidentally. Call emergency help. Food Poisoning GRAND MOTHER, GRAND FATHER, MY COUSINS, • Never consume and throw away expired food Separate raw meat, LOW MYSELF AND OUR CATS AND DOGS GEOLOGIC- COLOR GREEN HYDROLOGIC- COLOR BLUE ATTMHOSPERIC- COLOR YELLOW BIOLOGIC- COLOR RED MANMADE- COLOR ORANGE poultry, seafood, and eggs from ready-to-eat foods Use separate cutting boards and keep raw meat away from other foods in your shopping cart and refrigerator.