Resting on the earth’s equatorial area and neighboring next to bodies of waters, the location of the Philippines makes the country vulnerable to natural disasters and no one can predict when a catastrophic event will happen.
The scenario of heavy floods, bustling winds, and strong rains is almost an ordinary sight for the people living in this country, most especially after a typhoon. Knowing that the nation is always prone to natural disturbances, caution and vigilance should be exercised by its people. One way to do this is through a disaster contingency plan.
Natural calamity preparedness only requires a little attention, effort, and resources to be prepared in managing possible hazards brought by typhoons. With a disaster contingency plan, surviving and even saving lives during a catastrophic event are a whole lot easier.
Learn how to cope up with typhoons before, during, and after they happen by coming up with an extensive disaster contingency plan. Here are some tips that you must know from this comprehensive infographic by M2.0 Communications.