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• Anxiety is your body's natural response to
stress. It's a feeling of fear or apprehension
about what's to come.
• On existing school buildings with one door,
request proper authorities to provide two
exit doors for every classroom, both with
swing-out direction.
• Check for the presence of other potential
sources of hazard due to secondary effect
of earthquakes like steep hill slopes,
hanging heavy objects, dams, storage
tanks, falling debris, and fire.
• Strap heavy furniture/cabinets inside the
classrooms to the wall to prevent sliding or
toppling;
• Store breakable items, harmful chemicals
and flammable materials inside the
classrooms in the lowermost shelves and
secure firmly.
• Install latches on drawers and cabinets.
• Check classrooms for hanging or unstable
objects that may fall during the earthquake.
• Familiarize your classmates as well as
school personnel with the easiest exit or
evacuation route to take.
• Familiarize School Earthquake Evacuation
Plan that hang/post in the corridor of each
building.
• Familiarize how to use fire extinguishers, first
aid kits, alarms and emergency exits. These
should also be accessible, conveniently
located, and prominently marked in familiar
places for assembly and possible
evacuation.
• Do not to use the elevator during and after
an earthquake. Structure or power failure
may lead you to get stranded.
• Identify strong parts of the building like door
jambs, near elevator shafts, sturdy tables
where can take refuge during an
earthquake.
• Prepare and maintain an earthquake
survival kit consisting of a battery-powered
radio, flashlight, first aid kit, potable water,
candies, ready to eat food, whistle, and
dust mask.
• Conduct a contingency planning on
earthquake.
• Stay inside a structurally sound building.
• Protect your body from falling debris by
bracing themselves in a doorway or by
getting under a sturdy desk or table.
• When inside a vehicle, pull to the side of the
road and stop. Do not attempt to cross
bridges or overpasses which may have
been damaged.
• Move to an open area when they are
outside a building or any structure.
• Stay away from power lines, posts, walls,
and other structures that may fall or
collapse. Stay away from buildings with
large glass panes.
• Move away from steep escarpments which
may be affected by landslides particularly if
they are on a mountain or near steep hill
slopes.
• Pupils/students, take the fastest and safest
way out if caught in an old or weak
classroom building.
• Get out calmly and in an orderly manner.
Not to rush or push one another.
• Not to use elevators, but instead use the
stairs;
• Check themselves for cuts and for injuries
and approach the nearest teacher for
assistance.
• Check the surroundings of the schools.
• Call the authority to clean up chemical
spills, toxic and flammable materials since
this is hazardous to untrained people.
• Check for fire and if any, have it controlled.
1. Food
2. Clothing
3. Communications
4. Documents
5. Medicines
6. Other Essential Needs
7. Emergency Money

*Kit depends on the number of family members, health status, gender and age.

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