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National Simultaneous Earthquake Drill at SPCDH

Laguna Provincial hospital - San Pablo City District Hospital
October 12, 2016


     SAN PABLO CITY, Laguna – Employees and patients of the Laguna Provincial Hospital – San Pablo City District Hospital (LPH-SPCDH) participated in the National Simultaneous Earthquake Drill (NSED) on September 28, 2016 at 9:00 in the morning.

 

     Participants from the hospital performed the “Duck, Cover and Hold” as soon as the alarm rang throughout the hospital premises. After a few minutes, they calmly evacuated the hospital building through exit points designated by the Officer in Charge of the drill. Every participant made their way to the parking area, which is a suitable place for an evacuation since it has no obstructions.

 

     The said event was spearheaded by the National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC) in preparation for a possible major earthquake. Different Local Government Units throughout the country also participated in the said event including the Provincial Government of Laguna (PGL).

 

     With this kind of activities, every one of us will be equipped with the knowledge and preparedness during natural disasters like earthquakes which can save not only ourselves but also the people around us. (Article and photos by Ralph Rennan Bundalian)