1. Disaster Contingency Plan BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER TYPH N Typhoon Plan Instructions PLAN MONITOR DECIDE ACT Be a Life Savers FEMIE DADISON
2. TYPH OON Hi! What do you know about typhoon? Is your family safe during typhoon? YES or NO. Why do you say so? A TYPHOON is a mature tropical cyclone that develops in the North Pacific Ocean between 180 degrees and 100 degrees East. This region is referred to as the Northwest Pacific basin. Be a Life Savers Typhoon Plan Instructions
3. BEFORE TYPHOON SMART Moves! Before the expected landfall of a super typhoon, make sure you have all the supplies above for you to use and consume in order to survive for at least one week or more. Better Prepared than Never Monitor situational reports on radio, television, or internet and keep yourself updated on the possible effect of the coming typhoon. More importantly, orient all family members to do action plan and use it as a concrete guide upon the landfall of a typhoon. It is important to ready a list of emergency hotlines to call too. NDRRMC: (02) 911-1406,912-2665,912-5668, 911-1873 PNP: 117 or TXT PNP to 2920, 0917-847-5757 BFP: 117, (02) 729-5166, 410-6319 DOTC: 7890, (02) 726-6255 MMDA: 136, 882-0860, 882-3983, (02) 882-4154 to 74 loc. 337 Pagasa: (02) 927,-9308, 434-2696 DSWD: (632) 931-8101 to 07 loc. 426, (02) 951-7119 Red Cross: 143, (02) 527-0000, (02) 527-8385 to 95 Phivolcs: (02) 426-1468 to 79 loc. 124/125, 0905-3134077 In the Visayas, the emergency hotline numbers are as follows: Cebu Citys Command Control Center: 166, (032) 262-1424, 0923-524-8222, 0932-537-7770,0947- 178-0000, 0947- 178-9999 Tacloban RDRRMC: 0915-762-2368,0917-855- 3868, 0915-184-0918 Tacloban CDRRMC: 0917-322-9585,0917-315-8356 Samar PDRRMC: (055) 251-3413, 0927-337-2702 Calbayog CDRRMC: (055) 209-3993, 0917-7222689 Western Visayas RDRRMC: (033) 509-7919, 337- 6671
4. DURING TYPHOON SMART Moves! Keep calm. Continue to monitor situational reports via internet, radio, or television. In case of flood and electrical shut down, make sure to switch off your circuit breaker immediately to avoid accidents. Observe. Report fallen posts, damage wires, and transformers. Decide to decide. Vacate your house immediately specially if government officials advised you to go to evacuation centers. If thats the case, be sure to lock your house and bring your EMERGENCY DISASTER KIT. Protect yourself by using umbrella, raincoat, rubber boots and gloves especially when walking in a flooded area. Avoid crossing the river especially if there is a strong current situation. Keep an eye on lighted candles. x
5. SMART Moves! AFTER TYPHOON Check your house for any damage and make sure that it is already safe and stable when you enter. Beware of dangerous animals such as snakes that may have entered your house. Be careful. Watch out for live wires or outlet immersed in water. Report damaged electrical cables and fallen electric posts to the authorities. Do not let water accumulate in tires, cans or pots to avoid creating a favorable condition for mosquito breeding BACK TO ORDER Life goes on after after typhoon.
6. Remember: Before typhoon: PLAN During typhoon: MONITOR DECIDE ACT After typhoon: BACK To ORDER