Disaster Contingency Plan: Before, During, and After Typhoon

When a natural disaster will strike is something that people cannot exactly predict. But the good news is, you can do something to  to prepare for the unexpected and minimize the possible damages that it may bring.

The Philippines is surrounded by large bodies of water and located at the equatorial area, making the country more prone to  typhoons that come and go year after  year--along with the heavy rains, rushing floods, and robust winds that  usually accompany them.

In spite of a typhoon being a typical occurrence in the country, planning for possible catastrophic events  caused by typhoons remain to be the least priority of  many.

Formulating a disaster contingency plan only requires a little time, effort, and resources, but still, such preparations are treated as an afterthought despite all the risks that come with the experience of  natural disasters.

Every family, community, and organization needs a disaster contingency plan, as it will enable people to know the measures that must be taken  during the most unfortunate times.  Most of all, it keeps an individual armed with knowledge that can be instrumental in keeping everyone safe and sound at the event of  natural disasters.

Don’t be caught unprepared. Know the basics to include in your own disaster contingency plan with this comprehensive infographic by M2.0 Communications that discusses what you can do before, during, and after a typhoon.
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