How to Survive an Earthquake at Home
Every region of the Golden State holds earthquake risk. Most of us live within 30 miles of an active fault. Earthquakes can cause landslides, turn soil to liquid, and shake houses off their foundations.
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Hi guys and welcome back so let’s talk About how to survive earthquake at home Let’s go Every region of the golden state holds Earthquake risk Most of us live within 30 miles of an Active fault earthquakes can cause Landslides turn soil to liquid and shake Houses off their foundations Prepare today for your family’s safety And recovery from a devastating Earthquake Find out ways to survive an earthquake How do you survive an earthquake An earthquake is a sudden rapid shaking Of the earth caused by the shifting of Rock beneath the earth’s surface Earthquakes strike without warning at Any time of year day or night Follow these earthquake survival tips Before the next big one Create an earthquake safety plan Discuss with your family what to do Where to meet if separated and how you Will communicate when an earthquake Strikes Check work children care and school Emergency plans Practice drop Cover and hold on with all members of Your household Don’t rely on drawer race for protection During an earthquake get under a table Or desk hold on until shaking stops
Pick safe places in each room of your Home it may be under your bed or a Sturdy table Create an emergency survival kit that Provides you and your pets with three Days of non-perishable food and water Medicines emergency radio and first aid Materials Keep in a reachable place Identify an out of the area friend or Relative that family members can check In with by texting Know what to do before an earthquake The key to being safe during an Earthquake is preparation Top Earthquake survival tips at home include Create an earthquake safety plan for you And your loved ones including pets Identify safe places in each room of Your home Practice drop cover and hold on with Each member of your household Make or purchase an earthquake safety Kit Make sure to have water and snacks Available in each room of your home Identify and fix potential earthquake Hazards in your home Prepare your home before an earthquake Decrease your risk of damage and injury From an earthquake by identifying Possible home hazards Know what to do after an earthquake
Imagine you and your family have Survived a major earthquake remember Many injuries occur after an earthquake Aftershocks following large earthquakes Can cause damage in their own right Follow this list of earthquake survival Tips at home Track yourself and others for injuries Provide first aid for anyone who needs It Call Injured 911 Listen to the radio for important Information and instructions Check water gas and electric lines for Damage If we smell gas open all the windows and Doors Leave immediately and report it to the Authorities Check for cracks and damage to the roof And foundation of your home Be careful around broken glass and Debris Stay away from beaches in case of Tsunamis Do not enter damaged buildings in areas When entering buildings use extreme Caution Expect aftershocks Practice drop cover and hold on during Aftershocks Avoid driving to keep the streets clear For emergency vehicles
Be aware that items may fall out of Cupboards or closets when a door is Opened Chimneys can be weakened and fall easily Do not walk under them Nothing is more important but to be Prepared when it comes to earthquake That’s it for today stay safe and see You on to the next one