1. When you are in a classroom or indoor space
(1) Protect yourself as priority
Immediately hide under the table, drop, cover, hold on and protect your head and neck. If there is no available table, hide behind a pillar or in a corner at priority. You can also protect your head with a school bag, your belongings or your hands. Please also avoid staying nearby the door, window and places with potential falling objects. Do not make any noise or scream.
(2) Follow teachers’ instructions and gather at the evacuation site
When the earthquake stops shaking, evacuate according to standard evacuation protocols. Do not push the others, do not run and do not talk. Follow the instructions of evacuation personnel and gather at the evacuation site. During the evacuation process, it is important to protect your head and neck; and watch out potential falling objects, overturned objects on the ground and glass scraps as they can result in a hazard.
(3) Avoid going to potentially dangerous places on campus
Keep your distance from places below the lamps, hanging objects and ceramic tiles; and nearby the bronze statue, installation arts, stone stele, swimming pool, pond and fences without any hesitation.
2. When you are in a laboratory
Be careful and keep your away from the fire source and chemicals. Watch out if there is any toppled solution or glass experiment equipment.
3. When you are in the sports stadium
(1) Refuge in a safe place and protect your head with the school bag, belongings or both hands.
(2) If any teacher is nearby the place, follow the instructions thereof and evacuate to the designated site after the earthquake stops. It is important to protect your head and neck during the evacuation process and watch out hazards that can be caused potential falling objects, overturned objects on the ground and glass scraps.