The Bureau of Fire Protection Tanza, took a visit at Good Tree International School on August 5, 2015 to conduct awareness for the most anticipated earthquake, “The Big One” as some may say, that is most likely to occur because of the west valley fault line. Students gathered by the school’s quadrangle along with their teachers. While they listened attentively as FO1 Edward Catindig started to explain the meaning of A.R.E.A, that should be remembered when an earthquake is on going.
A – Alarm. An alarm will be heard as an earthquake is reoccurring.
R – Response. As the ground shakes take cover first, hide under a table or place a hard object like a a book just right above your head.
E – Evacuation. Carefully make your way into an open field where there is no falling debris that can cause injuries.
A – Accounting. When the shaking stops, check your things and yourself if you are hurt or if something is lost.