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[豆知识] 【整理】2010-09-12&09-18 灾害应急预案的准备

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[Homework]【整理】2010-09-12&09-18 灾害应急预案的准备

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By definition emergencies happan when we don't except them and often when families are not together.Suddenly you need to think your kids at school or elderly parents cross the town. If phones don't work or some neighborhoods aren't accessible,what will you do?The best way to help you sure your family safety is to have an emergency plan.Having a plan and discussing it with love ones will save time amd make real situations less stressful.
This is preparing an emergency plan explained by Common Craft.To get starting,let's look at one of three scenarios.
In our first scenario, you and your family are seperated,at an emergency,you'll need a simple way to contact and meet one another if going home isn't possible,decide, in advice,on a safe place to meet like a community center,library or school.The phones can help,too.Long distance calls may work better than local ones.So select a couple of out-of-town contacts who can help your family communicate and find each other.Let them know about their plan and how they can help.
Of course , children are a big concern.If they are in school or day care,they will need to be picked-up.Know the emergency polices and if you can't pick up the kids disgnate someone who can.And talk to your kids about your plan, teach them basic personal information so they can identify themselves and whom to call,like 9-1-1 to get help.  
In our second scenario, you are together at home.In this case listen to the radio or televison for information from local authrities and follow their instructions.They may advice to turn utilities off or on. So it's important to know the location of your home's water valve,elecrical panel, gas valve and floor drain. Make sure everyone also knows the location of your family emergency kit and fire extinguisher.

In our third scenario, you have to evacuate. Everyone should know your home’s safe exits and best places to go. And remember your pets, who may not be allowed in shelters or hotels. Identify kennels or friends' homes where they can go in an emergency.

Elderly family members or those with special needs should also be a part of your plan. List the medications, supplies and info care-givers will need in an evacuation. If they live alone, ask a neighbor to help them evacuate.



Documents will also help. Make copies of birth certificates, passports, wills, and insurance info. These documents, along with photos of family members, should be kept at a safe location like your workplace.



Having a plan is also a part of being a responsible community member. Local authorities will react swiftly, but they can't reach everyone at once.

Being prepared allows these responders to help those in urgent need first.



So, do your part. Learn about the emergencies that can happen where you live and plan for situations that are more likely to occur. Take 20 minutes today and prepare your emergency plan.



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By definition, emergencies happen when we don't expect them and often when families are not together.Suddenly, you need to think about your kids at school or elderly parents across town. If phones don't work or some neigborhoods aren't accessible, what will you do.
The best way to help ensure your family's safety is to have an emergency plan. Have a plan and disscussing with loved ones will save time and make real situations less stressful.
This is Preparing an Emergency Plan - Explained by Common Craft.
To get started,let's look at one of three scenarious.
In our frist scenario,you and your family are separted.In an emergency,you'll need a simple way to connect and meet one another if going home isn't impossible. Decide, in advance, on a safe place to meet like a community center, libary or school.
The phone can help too.Long distance calls may work better than local ones, so select a couple of out-of-town contacts who can help your family communicate and find each other. Let them know about your plan and how they can help.
Of course, children are a big concern.If they're in school or day care, they will need to picked-up.Know the emergency policies and if you can't pick up the kids, designate someone who can.
And talk your kids about your plan.Teach them basic personal information so they can identify themselves and whom to call,like 911 to get help.
The second scenario, you're together at home. In this case,listen to the radio or televsion for information from local anthorities and follow their instructions.They may advise to turn utilities off or on,so it's important to know the location of your home's water valve, electrical panel, gas value and floor drain. Make sure everyone also knows the location of your family emergency kit and fire extinguisher.
And the third scenario, you have to evacuate. everyone should to know your home's safe exits and best plans to go. And remember your pets,who may not be allowed in shelters or hotels. Indentify kernels of friends' homes where they can go in an emergency.
Elderly family members of those with special needs should also be a part of your Plan.Listen the medications, supplies and info care-gives will need in an envacuation.If they live alone, ask a neighbor to help them evacuate.
Documents will also help.Make copies of birth certificates, passports, wills, and insurance info.These documents, along with photos of family members, should be kept at a safe location like your workplace.
Having a plan is also a part of being a responsible community member.Local authorities will react swiftly,but they cann't reach everyone at once.
Being prepared allows these responders to help those in urgent need frist.
So, do your part.Learn about the emergencies that can happen where you live and plan for situations that are more likely to occur.Take 20 minutes today and prepare your emergency plan.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-09-12&09-18 灾害应急预案的准备

*, emergencies happen when we don't expect them and often when families are not together. Suddenly, you need to think about your kids at school or elderly parents across town. If phones don't work or some neighborhoods aren't accessible, what will you do?
The best way to help ensure your family’s safety is to have an emergency plan. Having a plan and discussing it with loved ones will save time and make real situations less stressful.
This is Preparing an Emergency Plan - Explained by Common Craft.
To get started, let's look at one of three scenarios. In our first scenario, you and your family are separated. In an emergency, you'll need a simple way to contact and meet one another if going home isn't possible. Decide, in advance, on a safe place to meet like a community center, library or school. The phone can help too. Long distance calls may work better than local ones, so select a couple of out-of-town contacts who can help your family communicate and find each other. Let them know about your plan and how they can help.Of course, children are a big concern. If they're in school or day care, they will need to be picked-up. Know the emergency policies and if you can’t pick up the kids, designate someone who can.And talk to your kids about your Plan. Teach them basic personal information so they can identify themselves and whom to call, like 9-1-1 to get help.
In our second scenario, you're together at home. In this case, listen to the radio or television for information from local authorities and follow their instructions. They may advise to turn * off or on, so it’s important to know the location of your home’s water *, electrical panel, gas * and floor drain. Make sure everyone also knows the location of your family emergency * and fire extinguisher.
In our third scenario, you have to evacuate. Everyone should know your home's safe exits and best places to go. And remember your pets, who may not be allowed in shelters or hotels. Identify kennels or friends' homes where they can go in an emergency.
Elderly family members or those with special needs should also be a part of your plan. List the medications, supplies and info care-givers will need in an evacuation. If they live alone, ask a neighbor to help them evacuate.
Documents will also help, make copies of birth certificates, passports,  * and insurance info. These documents along with photos of family members should be kept at a safe location like your work place.
Having a plan is also a part of being responsible community member. Local authorities will react *, but they can't reach everyone at once. Being prepared about these respond help those in urgent need first. So do your part, learn about the emergencies that can happen where you live, plan for situations that are more likely to occur. Take twenty minutes today and prepare your emergency plan.


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[Homework]【整理】2010-09-12&09-18 灾害应急预案的准备

By definition, emergency happened we don't expect them. And often family are not there together. Suddenly you need think about your kids at school or your parents cross the town. If phone don't work or some neibour who are not accessible, what will you do? The best way to help ensure your family saftey is to have a emergency plan. Having a plan and discussing to everyone will save time and make real situation less stressful. This is prepared a emergency plan expained by common craft.
To gets started, let's look 1 and 3 scenarios. In our first scenario, you and your family are seprated. In a emergency, you need a simple way to contact and meet one and nother if you are in home is not impossible. Besides,in advance on same place to meet, like communication center, liberary or school. The phone can help too. Long distance call may work better than local ones, so let the couples of out of town contacts who can help your family communcate and find each others.Let them know about your plan and have they can help. Of course, children are big concern. If their school are date care, they would be picked up.Known the emergency policies and a few can pick up the kids. Does someone who can? Talk your kids about your plan, teach them basic personal information and they can idenfy themselves and who they call? Like 911 to get help.
In our 2nd scenario, your are together at home. In this case, listen to the radio or televison for information from local athority. and followed their instructions. They may advise turn your tune off or on. So it is important to know location of your home water involves, electric panel, gas involves and floor dream. Make sure everyone also knows the location of your emergency exit and fire extinction.
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Being prepared allows these responders to help those in urgent need first.
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This is perparing the emergency plan, explained by Common Craft. To get started, let’s look at one of three areas. In our first area, you and your family are separated, in an emergency, you need a simple way to connect and meet one another if going home isn’t possible. Beside, in advanced, on a safe place to meet, community center, library or school. The phone can help too, long distance calls can make better the local ones. So let's the couple of out town contacts, what can help your family communicate and find each other. Let them know about your plan and how they can help. Of course, children are big concern. If they were in school or daycare, they won’t need to be picked up. Know the emergency policies and if you can’t pick up the kids, does it make some one who can. And talk your kids about your plan. Teach them basic personal informations they can identify themselves and whom to call, like 911 to get help.

[Homework]【整理】2010-09-12&09-18 灾害应急预案的准备

Homework 2011-04-11
                      Preparing an emergency plan
    By definition, an emergency happens when we don't expect, and often when families are not together, suddently, you need to think about your kids at school,or elder parents across town. The phones don't work or some neiboughers are not accessible. What will you do? The best way to help ensure your family's safety is to have an emergency plan, having a plan and discussing it with your love ones will save time and make real situations less stressful.
    This is preparing an emergency plan, explained by common craft. To get started, let's look at one of three scenarios. And our fisrt scenario, you and your family are seperated, an emergency, you need a simple way to contact and meet one another if going home isn't possible, decide in advance on a safe place to meet like a community center, library or school. The phone can help too, long distance calls may work better than local ones. So select a couple of other town contacts who can help your family communicate and find each other. Let them know about your plan, and help vain can help. Of course, children are a big concern, if they are in school of day care, they won't need to be picked up. KNow the emergency policies, and if you can pick up the kids, does this make someone who can, and talk to your kids about your plan. Teach them basic personal information so they can identify themselves and whom to call, like 911 to get help.
    In our second scenario, you are together at home, in this case, listen to the radio or television for information from local authorities and follow their instructions. They may advise to turn your electricity off or on, so it is improtant to know the location of your home's water evolve, electric panel, gas valve and full drain. Make sure everyone also knows the location of your family emergency kit and fire extinguisher.
    In our third scenario, you have to evacuate, everyone should know your home's safe exits and best places to go. And remember your pets who may not be allowed in shelters or hotels. Identify kinos or friends' homes or they can go in an emergency. Olderly family members or those with special needs should also be a part of your plan, this semedications, supplies and info cares what you need in an evacuation. If they live alone, ask a neighbour to help them evacuate. Documents will also help, mail copies of birth certificates, passports, wills and insurances infer, these documents along with photoes of family members should be kept at a safe location, like your work place.
    Having a plan is also a part of being a  responsible community member. Local authorities will react swiftly, but they can reach anyone they wants. Being prepared allows thies responders to help those in urgent need first. So, do your part, learn about the emergency they can happen where you live and plan for situations that are more likely to occur, take 20 minutes today and prepare your emergency plan.
   


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[Homework]【整理】2010-09-12&09-18 灾害应急预案的准备

Homework 2011-04-11
                      Preparing an emergency plan
    By definition, an emergency happens when we don't expect, and often when families are not together, suddenly, you need to think about your kids at school, or elder parents across town. The phones don't work or some neighbors are not accessible. What will you do? The best way to help ensure your family's safety is to have an emergency plan, having a plan and discussing it with your loved ones will save time and make real situations less stressful.
    This is Preparing an Emergency plan -Explained by Common Craft. To get started, let's look at one of three scenarios. And our first scenario, you and your family are separated, an emergency, you need a simple way to contact and meet one another if going home isn't possible, decide in advance on a safe place to meet like a community center, library or school. The phone can help too, long distance calls may work better than local ones. So select a couple of out-of- town contacts who can help your family communicate and find each other. Let them know about your plan, and * they can help. Of course, children are a big concern, if they are in school of day care, they won't need to be picked up. Know the emergency policies, and if you can’t  pick up the kids, designate someone who can, and talk to your kids about your plan. Teach them basic personal information so they can identify themselves and whom to call, like 911 to get help.
    In our second scenario, you are together at home, in this case, listen to the radio or television for information from local authorities and follow their instructions. They may advise to turn your electricity off or on, so it is important to know the location of your home's water valve, electric panel, gas valve and floor drain. Make sure everyone also knows the location of your family emergency kit and fire extinguisher.
    In our third scenario, you have to evacuate, everyone should know your home's safe exits and best places to go. And remember your pets who may not be allowed in shelters or hotels. Identify  kinos or friends' homes or they can go in an emergency. Elderly family members or those with special needs should also be a part of your plan, do the medications, supplies and info care-gives will need in an evacuation. If they live alone, ask a  neighbour to help them evacuate. Documents will also help, mail copies of birth certificates, passports, wills and insurances info, these documents along with photoes of family members should be kept at a safe location, like your work place.
Having a plan is also a part of being a  responsible community member. Local authorities will react swiftly, but they can’t reach anyone they want. Being prepared allows thier responders to help those in urgent need first.
So, do your part. Learn about the emergency that can happen where you live and plan for situations that are more likely to occur, take 20 minutes today and prepare your emergency plan.


This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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