March 12, 2010

Estate preparado para los terremotos! Be prepared for earthquakes!



En cualquier momento se nos viene uno a Lima...
estemos listos! (como los scouts! jeje)
Some is comming at any time...
lets be prepared (as the scouts, hehe)
You, who have no earthquakes at home...
be ready to face one :P
and seek for your english part at the bottom
(brevemente, so shortly...)




ANTES
  • Identificar Zonas de Seguridad y Rutas de Escape (no seas flojo/a)
  • Practicar simulacros
  • Preparar botiquín
  • Definir punto de encuentro con familiares (o con quien quieras)

DURANTE
  • Mantener la calma y ayudar a los demás (qué fácil lo 1ro, no??)
  • Ubicarse en una de las Zonas de Seguridad

DESPUÉS
  • Evacuar inmueble*
  • Reunirse con la familia

*Así lo recomendó el Consultor de la Dirección Nacional de Prevención del Instituto Nacional de Defensa Civil, Marco Tantaleán, en una entrevista en vivo con elcomercio.pe

Ahora bien, yo se que no soy una persona del todo cuerda, pero no me lo invento... esto lo dice el Sistema Nacional de Defensa Civil (¿¿a ellos sí le creen??)




so, maybe u get one while being in my land... or southamerica, or LA-US, or Japan... well, the fact is u need to know how to react and be prepared!


BEFORE
  • Identify Security Zones (marked with medium green signals with a white "S") and Evacuation Paths
  • Practice simulations
  • Prepare First Aids Kit
  • Define gathering point with family/partner/couple/friends... well, just tell someone at least

DURING
  • Remain calm and help others (1st thing sounds very easy, hu?)
  • Locate on the Security Zones

AFTER
  • Evacuate the building*
  • Get together with ur family/couple/partner... well, go and look for more people (u better have friends)



*Said by the National Prevention Direction Consultant in the Instituto Nacional de Defensa Civil, Marco Tantaleán, en una an interview with elcomercio.pe


This is the Security Zone signal:




Finalmente, finally...
Aquí va un video de una réplica durante la transmisión del noticiero en TV Chile. De verdad que la conductora guardó la calma...
Here goes a video with an earthquake while the transmision of the news in TV Chile. She really remained calm...




she is saying:
at this point we have to interrupt the transmission because we are suffering a strong replica right now in the capital. We have no information at this time, but it is trembling (?) and is the strongest replica we have felt since the earthquake last 97... 27 February. Remain calm, we chileans already have experience on this
(it's like 98% accurate with what she said....)

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