Disaster management in case of Floods

  •  Construct walls( shafts, floodwalls) to stop floodwater from entering your home. 
  •  still, install a pump( e, Ifpossible.g. sump pump) to pump out water that accumulates in basement or lower areas of structure 
  • Seal walls in basements with waterproofing composites to avoid seepage.  
  •  Be set! Pack a bag with important particulars in case you need to void. Do not forget to include demanded specifics. 
  •  still, do so incontinently, If advised to void your home. 
  •  still, move incontinently to advanced ground, If there's any possibility of a flash flood tide. 
  •  Keep Valuables & cabinetwork above flood tide position where flooding has preliminarily passed.  
  •  Turn off serviceability at the main switches or faucets. dissociate electrical appliances. 
  •  Don't touch electrical outfit if you're wet or standing in water. 

Disaster management in case of  Earthquake 

Earthquakes aren't a frequent circumstance. still, they can be veritably disruptive because they do suddenly and tend to affect large areas. Earthquakes can be a one- time event of a many seconds shaking or a series of events of varying duration. 

Because earthquakes be without warning, being prepared in advance is critical to minimize damages and loss. 

Consider these earthquake safety tips  

  • Know how to turn off your gas, water mains and power.
  • Keep breakables in low or secure closets with latches.
  • Use flexible connections where gas lines meet appliances.
  • Install strong latches on kitchen closets.
  • Secure top-heavy cabinetwork to superstuds.
  • Swatch the water heater to wall superstuds.
  • Detect a place in each room of the house that you can go to in case of an earthquake. It should be a spot where nothing is likely to fall on you. 
  • Check for damaged electrical wiring after earthquake. Shut off the power if you see damaged wiring in your house. 
  • Keep a force of canned food, an up- to- date first aid tackle, water, dust masks and goggles, and a working battery- operated radio and flashlights. 
  • Document thedamage.However, make sure you take prints or videotape of the damage to use in the claim proces 
  • If your HOME INSURANCE policy covers earthquake damage.