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Transcript of THE CREATIVE
SAFETY BEGINS HERE!
visits the province
The safe province
WHAT ARE THE COMMON HAZARDS PRESENT IN THE PHILIPPINES?
The country lies between two of the world’s
major tectonic plates, the Pacific and
the Eurasian plate, making earthquakes
Common in the Philippines.
An average of 16 perceptible earthquake occur each year. Five imperceptible to perceptible earthquakes occur each day resulting from the movements of major and minor earthquake ‘generators’.
An average of 28 typhoons per year, 10 of which normally brought destructive to Seriously destructive.
THE PHILIPPINES IS SURROUNDED BY BODIES OF WATER WHICH MAKES IT MORE vulnerable TO TYPHOONS.
WHAT TO DO BEFORE BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER A TYPHOON?
WHAT TO DO BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER
ROLE PLAY - LET'S REVIEW WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED DURING OUR DISCUSSION.
THREE PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS OF FIRE
CHEMISTRY OF FIRE
hEAT - A FORM OF ENERGY CAPABLE OF RISING TEMPERATURE
OXYGEN - ELEMENT ABUNDANT IN AIR (21%)
FUEL - ANY MATTER CAPABLE OF BURNING
CHAIN REACTION - 4TH ELEMENT WHICH MAKES FIRE DISASTROUS
mETHODS OF EXTINGUISHING FIRE
COOLING - REMOVING THE HEAT ELEMENT
BLANKETING - REMOVING THE OXYGEN ELEMENT
STARVING - REMOVING THE FUEL
HOW TO USE FIRE EXTINGUISHER
P-PULL THE PIN
A-AIM FOR THE BASE
S-SQUEEZE THE LEVER
S-SWEEP FROM SIDE TO SIDE
HOW TO SURVIVE AND GET OUT FROM A BURNING BUILDING?
LET'S DO SOME FIRST AID!
lET'S PERFORM IT PROPERLY
bASIC SURVIVAL SWIMMING
sIDE STROKE WITH REVERSE SCISSOR KICK
BASIC SURVIVAL AND DEFENSE