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Typhoon Safety Guidelines for the Philipines

Published:
1 October 2009
Region:
Asia-Pacific
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Typhoon Safety Guidelines for the Philipines

The purpose of this document is to provide staff with basic guidelines on how to prepare themselves and their families in the event of a typhoon. The emphasis is on what to do before a typhoon as the UN has little capacity to assist and the host country resources will most likely be stretched to the limits. The person who will have the greatest influence on whether staff member survives a typhoon will be the staff member themselves. These guidelines come from a variety of sources including Japanese and US civil defence websites.

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