Typhoon Preparedness Guide: What To Do After A Typhoon

What To Do After A Typhoon

  1. Monitor to your radio, television or visit Weather Philippines for storm advisories on the progress of the typhoon.
  2. Check your house for damage and make necessary repairs at once. Avoid scattered debris especially tin and lumber as there may be rusty nails protruding.
  3. Wear proper safety gear and equipment when working in hazardous areas.
  4. If your house was damaged, make sure that it is already safe and stable when you enter.
  5. Have a knowledgeable person inspect electrical connections before using electrical appliances.
  6. Watch out for live wires or outlet immersed in water.
  7. Report damaged electrical cables and fallen electric posts to the authorities.
  8. Beware of dangerous animals such as snakes that may have entered your house.
  9. Boil water before drinking it to avoid diseases.
  10. Avoid contaminated food resulting from the lack of electricity and refrigeration.
  11. Do not let water accumulate in tires, cans or pots to avoid creating a favorable condition for mosquito breeding that can cause dengue.

Source: Typhoon Weather Updates

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