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  1 TYPHOON PROCEDURE SUGGESTED CITIZEN INSTRUCTIONS  A. GENERAL INFORMATION  – {…read more…} :  B. PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES  –  AFTER WARNINGS AND PRIOR TO TYPHOON: {…read more…} :  C. EVACUATION {…read more…} :  D. SAFETY MEASURES  –  AFTER PASSAGE OF TYPHOON  {…read more…} :  E. THINGS YOU WILL NEED TO PREPARE FOR A TYPHOON (TYPHOON KIT) {…read more…} :  F. SAFETY PROCEDURES DURING AND AFTER TYPHOON  [ ..Carolinian..] [..Chamorro..]   G. TYPHOON  –  SUGGESTED CITIZEN INSTRUCTIONS  [ ..Carolinian..] [...Chamorro..]    A. GENERAL INFORMATION  –  WARNINGS  1.THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (TYPHOON COMMAND POST), ISSUES WARNINGS WHEN A TYPHOON IS APPROACHING THE ISLANDS OF THE COMMONWEALTH. 2.A TYPHOON WATCH  –  MEANS A TYPHOON MAY THREATEN OUR AREA WITHIN 72 HOURS. A  2 TYPHOON WATCH IS NOT A TYPHOON WARNING, BUT AN ALERT FOR THE EMERGENCY SERVICES PERSONNEL AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC IN PROSPECTIVELY THREATENED AREAS. WHEN OUR  AREA IS UNDER A TYPHOON WATCH, CONTINUE NORMAL ACTIVITIES, BUT STAY TUNED TO RADIO  AND TV STATIONS FOR ALL WEATHER BULLETINS  AND ADVISORIES. 3.A TYPHOON WARNING  –  MEANS BULLETINS AND  ADVISORIES WILL BE ISSUED WHEN A TYPHOON IS EXPECTED TO THREATEN OR STRIKE OUR AREA WITHING 48 HOURS. BULLETINS AND ADVISORIES FOR ALL TYPHOON WARNINGS INCLUDE CLASSIFICATIONS OF FLOOD PRONE IN COASTAL  AND INLAND AREAS, SMALL CRAFT WARNINGS, GALE WARNINGS WITHIN THE STORM’S PERIMETER, ESTIMATED STORM EFFECTS, AND RECOMMENDED EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.  3 B. PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES  –  AFTER WARNINGS AND PRIOR TO TYPHOON  1.KEEP YOUR RADIO OR TELEVISION ON AND LISTEN FOR THE LATEST WEATHER WARNING AND  ADVISORIES. WHEN A TYPHOON APPROACHES, LISTEN FOR FLOOD WATCHES AND WARNINGS. IF POWER FAILS, USE PORTABLE BATTERY RADIO OR YOUR CAR RADIO. CHECK YOUR BATTERY POWERED EQUIPMENT. YOUR RADIO MAY BE THE ONLY SOURCE OF KNOWING VITAL INFORMATION REGARDING THE TYPHOON. 2.PLAN YOUR TIME BEFORE THE TYPHOON  ARRIVES. WAITING UN TIL THE “LAST MINUTE” MIGHT MEAN YOU’LL BE ISOLATED.  3.LEAVE BEACHES OR OTHER LOW-LYING AREAS THAT MAY BE SWEPT BY HIGH TIDES. LEAVE EARLY; DON’T TAKE THE RISK OF BEING MAROONED. 4.MOVE YOUR BOAT SECURELY BEFORE THE TYPHOON ARRIVES, OR MOVE IT TO A DESIGNATED SAFE AREA. WHEN YOUR BOAT IS  4 MOVED, LEAVE IT, DO NOT ATTEMPT ON RETURNING ONCE THE WINDS AND WAVES BUILD UP. 5. BOARD UP WINDOWS OR PROTECT THEM WITH STORM SHUTTERS. DANGER TO SMALL WINDOWS IS MAINLY FROM WIND-DRIVEN DEBRIS. LARGER WINDOWS MAY BE BROKEN BY WIND PRESSURE. 6. SECURE OUTDOOR OBJECTS THAT MIGHT BE BLOWN AWAY OR UPROOTED. GARBAGE CANS, GARDEN TOOLS, TOYS, SIGNS, PORCH FURNITURE, AND A NUMBER OF OTHER HARMLESS ITEMS BECOME MISSILES OF DESTRUCTION IN TYPHOON FORCE WINDS.  ANCHOR THEM OR STORE THEM INSIDE BEFORE THE TYPHOON STRIKES. 7.STORE DRINKING WATER IN CLEAN, CLOSED CONTAINERS, SUCH AS JUGS, BOTTLES, AND COOKING UTENSILS. YOUR AREA WATER SUPPLY MAY BE CONTAMINATED BY FLOODING OR DAMAGES BY THE TYPHOON.

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