Views: 6 Author: Corrine Publish Time: 2022-09-03 Origin: Site
Introduction: my country is located in the northwest direction of the Northwest Pacific Ocean and is one of the countries most seriously affected by typhoons in the world. So, in typhoon weather, everyone must pay attention. Today, the editor will talk to you: What are the safety precautions for typhoon weather? What should be paid attention to in typhoon weather? Today I am going to talk to you about this.
Typhoon Weather Safety Precautions
1. Be alert to typhoon trends, and pay attention to listening to and watching media reports, or through the weather consultation telephone, weather website, etc., to learn about the latest typhoon situation.
2. When a typhoon comes, you should close the doors and windows to prevent rain, and move the flower pots on the windowsill or balcony to prevent them from falling.
3. After the Meteorological Observatory issues a typhoon warning, do not travel to the areas where the typhoon passes or swim at the beach, let alone go out to sea by boat.
4. Residents living in the building should close the windows, put away the things on the balcony (flower pots, drying racks, etc.), and reinforce the outdoor objects that are easily blown.
5. When the typhoon hits, do not get close to the window, so as not to be injured by the window glass broken by the strong wind.
6. Clean up the drainage pipes and keep the drainage smooth.
7. Typhoon weather will cause water accumulation on the road and slippery ground, which will affect driving or cycling and cause accidents. Therefore, drivers must slow down when driving, and cyclists should choose to walk or take the bus in bad weather.
8. When a typhoon comes, it is easy to happen that some large billboards fall, trees are blown down, and telephone poles fall to the ground. It is best to avoid going out as much as possible when the typhoon comes.
9. If it is found that the high-voltage line tower is toppled, the wire is sagging or broken, do not approach it, and do not touch it with your hands, because it is very easy to cause an electric shock accident.
10. If someone gets an electric shock, cut off the power immediately, or use non-conductive objects, such as dry wooden sticks, bamboo sticks or dry cloth, to disconnect the wounded from the power source as soon as possible. Before disconnecting from the power supply, the rescuer must not directly touch the electric shock person to prevent himself from being electrocuted. After the electric shock person is disconnected from the power supply, rescue should be carried out according to the actual situation, and the hospital should be contacted for rescue as soon as possible.
Precautions for driving in typhoon weather
1. Slow down
When driving out in typhoon weather, the first thing to face is the wind and wind direction, and this is more obvious in some open areas. When a typhoon comes, when driving on highways, viaducts and other open areas, because there are no obstacles around, the wind tends to be stronger. Therefore, when driving at this time, you must pay attention to the wind direction and whether the grip of the car is sufficient.
In the face of a typhoon, car owners should slow down and never drive fast. Even if there is an emergency, drive slowly. At the same time, correctly identify the wind direction, hold the steering wheel tightly to control the direction, avoid the deviation of the driving route, and pay more attention to the lateral stability of the vehicle. When the wind is strong to a certain extent, if you feel that the vehicle has insufficient grip, you should immediately find a safe place to park, away from trees, telephone poles, signs and other building debris.
2. Keep a safe distance
Ten million, ten million to maintain a certain safe distance from the car in front. Take driving on an urban road with a speed limit of 80km/h as an example, the safe distance from the car in front should be more than 80 meters, while cruising at a speed of 100km/h on the highway , and the vehicle in front should keep more than 100 meters. The faster the speed, the more you should keep a relatively long distance to leave enough room for the brakes.
When driving in rainy days, you should control the distance between the two cars, and even lengthen the distance appropriately. Because the road is slippery in rainy days, the braking distance of the vehicle will be lengthened accordingly, which means that if the vehicle is too close, even if the owner immediately decelerates or stops when the emergency occurs, the result may still be a rear-end collision.
3. Don't try to drive in water
In typhoon weather, in addition to strong winds, there is also heavy rain, and the road surface water brought by heavy rain will not only easily cause vehicles to slip, but excessively deep water will also cause vehicles to flood or even submerge. Therefore, when facing stagnant water, if the stagnant water is very deep and there is no way to measure the depth, you should drive around as much as possible.
Generally, when the height of water accumulation is lower than half of the tire height, it can pass smoothly, but if the water accumulation height is higher than the general height of the tire, there is a risk of water entering. When passing the wading road, we should pass as slowly as possible at a low speed. If the car stalls while passing the wading road, we should call for help at this time, and must not start it again, otherwise it is likely to cause the engine to be scrapped. This problem I have mentioned it several times in previous articles.
Fourth, pay attention to the road traffic environment
When a typhoon comes, the number of pedestrians and vehicles on the road will be reduced a lot, but when driving in typhoon weather, in addition to paying attention to other vehicles and pedestrians, you also need to pay special attention to various trees, telephone poles, billboards and various floating in the air. of debris. Because you never know what's going to fly towards you.
Moreover, in typhoon weather, you must keep a distance from the truck, because of the wind, even if the truck has fixed the goods, you are not afraid of 10,000. If you are really unlucky, you will encounter a truck. It's really dangerous if the cargo on it is spilled or the truck rolls over.
Five, to choose a suitable place to park
1. Empty parking lot
Parking the car in an open parking lot can keep the car away from heavy objects that are easy to fall, and avoid the dilemma of encountering foreign objects smashing the car in typhoon days. Although an empty parking lot is more likely to be hit by a typhoon, a typhoon is not a tornado after all, and vehicles will not be blown away by the wind. Some people may question: what if my car is smashed by something scraped from elsewhere? If this happens, I can only blame your bad luck...
2. Parking space with stable roof
If we can't find an empty parking lot, we can also park the car in a parking space with a stable roof, including the parking space on the ground floor of the building in the community. The structure of these parking spaces is stable, the owner does not have to worry about the car being hit by the surrounding heavy objects, and it can also shield the wind and rain to a certain extent. It is indeed suitable for parking in typhoon days.
3. Underground garage with formal facilities
Although the news of flooded underground garages is not uncommon, it is often small underground garages with poor facilities and defective drainage systems that are flooded. Regular underground garages with complete facilities are still the preferred parking lot in typhoon days. So, what is an underground garage with formal facilities? First, the entrance and exit of the garage must be equipped with a flood control door that can be closed at any time, which can block the rainwater when it encounters rainwater pouring into the garage; secondly, there must be obvious drainage ditches in the garage. There will be no stagnant water in the garage; finally, the garage must have a complete security system, such as alarm devices and security teams, so that emergencies can be dealt with in time.