Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Emergency Preparedness

There was a metro wide emergency earthquake drill this morning jist in case a big earthquake strikes. Most schools,  including where my child studies, government and private offices, and transport services participated in this #MMShakedrill.  People were asked to duck, cover and hold then asked to leave their buildings to safety. I'm glad that this has become a nationwide (many provinces also participated) practice as you really never know when a disaster comes. More people are now aware what to do and how to help others in cases of emergency. Even little kids are now taught what to do when emergency strikes. At least I'm more at ease now that my child knows what to do even when I'm not around.

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