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[Student Affairs] Earthquake Drill Instruction

admin_bil Post on 2018-9-19 12:05 PM |Show All Post
  • the 9/21 earthquake (九二一大地震; Jiǔ-èr-yī dàdìzhèn), was a 7.3 ML or 7.6–7.7 Mw earthquake which occurred in Jiji, Nantou County, Taiwan on Tuesday, September 21, 1999 at 01:47:12 local time. 2,415 people were killed, 11,305 injured, and NT$300 billion worth of damage was done. It was the second-deadliest quake in recorded history in Taiwan, after the 1935 Shinchiku-Taichū (新竹-台中)earthquake.

  • 芮氏地震規模(英語:Richter magnitude scale),亦稱近震規模(local magnitude, ML)

  • Most of the casualties during an earthquake are caused by falling objects so we should not run outside when the building is still shaking. We should immediately find a hardcover item to protect our heads and hide ourselves under the desk. When it stops shaking, we should still protect our heads with a hardcover item and evacuate to an open space. And for the safety triangle that you heard about before, that will save you when the earthquake is so strong that the building is greatly damaged with certain chance of collapsing.

  • On Friday of Sept. 21st, we will have a earthquake drill to let everyone practice to evacuate to the sports field. Even though it is a drill, not the real earthquake actually happening, do take it seriously. Or we will practice how to evacuate over and over again. After all, practice makes perfect.

  • When the earthquake strikes, you should turn off the lights and fan to avoid causing the fire. Leave the door open to make sure you have a way out. Sometimes, after the earthquake strikes, you are stuck if the door changes its shape. Find a hardcover book to protect your head and hide yourself under the desk until the earthquake stops. When the earthquake stops, still protect your head and evacuate to the Elementary Sports Field.

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