These are the organizations behind the Circle: If you are interested to join, please Sign-In and become a memberDon't forget to send your group's logo.
| NAME OF ORGANIZATION||L||PRESIDENT/LEADER|
| Crime Prevention Circle (National)|| Jun Resuena|
| Crime Prevention Circle (OFW Group)|| Grace Bajaro|
| Crime Prevention Circle (Lucena Chapter)|| Jen Bajaro Abella |
| Andy Arandia|
|♦|| Candao Mantoc|
|♦|| Rene Rioja|
| Potters & Clay Family Corporation|| Bayani Torres|
| Springville Gardens 3 Homeowners' Association, Inc.|| Raul D. Roduta|
| Eagle Force Multipliers Organization Inc.|| Enrique Librella |
| Force Multiplier Consumer Cooperative|| Silvester Teves|
| Village Internal Protection & Emergency Response Service (VIPERS)|| Oca Fernandez|
|Peace Action and Rescue with Dedication to Serve the Society (PARDSS)|| Danny Abella|
| Cavite Livelihood Assistance Development Corporation (CLADECO)|| Med Rasing|
| Village Internal Protection & Emergency Response Service (VIPERS)|| Leo Diongson|
| Integrated Martial Arts Grand Ensemble (IMAGE)|| Nonoy Barquez|
| North Springville Multi-Purpose Cooperative|| Leo Q. Diongson|
|The song is heard and felt by our hearts! It is the food of our souls and our inspiration. Though our dreams may be tossed and blown in time of misfortune, we always face the challenges that lie ahead with confidence. This signifies the values and concerns of our friends in the Circle, who are willing to sacrifice and devote their time in fulfilling our vision. And what is amazing is their willingness to march into hell for a heavenly cause!|
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Crime Prevention Circle will give you an APPLE which will serve as a token of appreciation and reference in doing your task as member of CPC:
“A” is for “Attendance”. You are obliged to attend all meetings or conferences as scheduled or called by the President or officers. Be sure that come on time. Don’t be late.
Other “P” is for “Participation”. You have to participate in all simple and grand activities of the organization. Your performance will be rated.
“P” is for “Payment”. Pay your dues that is required by the organization. P200 for the annual membership fee (Inclusive of your official identification card), P200 for your annual insurance plan and P100 miscellaneous fee.
“L” if for “Learning”. You need to learn everything under the sun. Learning is a continued process. You will never become an expert in this undertakings if you will not learn the art. The organization had prepared seminars for you so that you will have an advancement in CPC. Take it and learn everything about CPC, your constituents and your community.
“E” is for “Enjoyment”. You must enjoy anything and everything you do In the organization. You will never appreciate your work if you will not enjoy it. Whenever you perform, accomplish and do your tasks, be sure you love and enjoy doing it.
And “S” is for “Sharing”. What you attended, participated, paid, learned and enjoyed, be sure to share it with your friends, loved ones and your family too. They will recognize you as a true friend of the community where you are working in behalf of the CPC. ▲
Napapanahon na dapat ay lagi tayong maingat at mapagmatyag sa mga nangyayaring insidente na may kinalaman sa kalikasan.
Wala pang sapat na instrumento o kaalaman ang maaaring makapagsabi kung kalian darating ang lindol.
Ang lindol ay tumatagal mula ilang Segundo hanggang ilang minut o at maaari pang sundan ng ilang pagyanig.
Mga dapat gawin kapag lumilindol:
· Kapag lumilindol at kayo ay nasa loob ng gusali o bahay, sumilong o kumubli sa matibay na bagay, halimbawa ay sa ilalim ng mesa, kama, sopa o sa likod ng pintuan. Ang mga ito ay magsisilbing pananggalang sa mahuhulog na matitigas na bagay. Maging mahinahon.
· At kung kayo ay nasa labas ng gusali o bahay, sumilong kaagad sa isang nakaparadang sasakyan o anumang malaki at matibay na bagay. Kung hindi kaagad makasilong, magtago sa isang lugar na papalayo sa mataas na gusali, upang maiwasan ang mga bagay na maaaring bumagsak o mahulog. Mag-ingat sa mga mapapatid na kawad ng koryente, sa mga bumabagsak na poste o bagay. Maging mahinahon.
· At kung kayo ay nasa bulubunduking lugar, ihinto ang sasakyan sa lugar na malayo sa gilid ng bangin o matarik na lugar na maaaring magkaroon ng pagguho ng lupa. Huwag aalis sa sasakyan at maging mahinahon.
Mga dapat gawin pagkatapos ng unang pagyanig:
· Kapag kayo ay nasa loob ng bahay o gusali:
o Marahang lumabas sa kinalalagyang lugar;
o Putulin ang daloy ng koryente at isara ang tangke ng gas;
o Mag-ipon ng tubig sa mga sisidlang may takip;
o Huwag gumamit ng posporo, kung inaakalang sumisingaw ang tangke ng gas;
o Makinig sa radio o telebisyon ukol sa balita sa lindol; at,
o Manatiling mahinahon.
· Kapag naman ikaw ay nasa loob ng sasakyan:
o Marahang paandarin ang sasakyan at iwasang ang mga daan na malapit sa gumuhong lupa, bitak na kalye o mga napinsalang gusali, bumagsak na poste, o napatid na kawad ng koryente; at
o Manatiling mahinahon.
EXTRACT FROM DOUG COPP'S ARTICLE ON THE: 'TRIANGLE OF LIFE'
My name is Doug Copp. I am the Rescue Chief and Disaster Manager of the American Rescue Team International (ARTI), the world's most experienced rescue team. The information in this article will save lives in an earthquake.
I have crawled inside 875 collapsed buildings, worked with rescue teams from 60 countries, founded rescue teams in several countries, and I am a member of many rescue teams from many countries.
I was the United Nations expert in Disaster Mitigation for two years. I have worked at every major disaster in the world since 1985, except for simultaneous disasters.
The first building I ever crawled inside of was a school in Mexico City during the 1985 earthquake. Every child was under its desk. Every child was crushed to the thickness of their bones. They could have survived by lying down next to their desks in the aisles. It was obscene, unnecessary and I wondered why the children were not in the aisles. I didn't at the time know that the children were told to hide under something. I am amazed that even today schools are still using the ?Duck and Cover? instructions- telling
the children to squat under their desks with their heads bowed and covered with their hands. This was the technique used in the Mexico City school.
Simply stated, when buildings collapse, the weight of the ceilings falling upon the objects or furniture inside crushes these objects, leaving a space or void next to them. This space is what I call the 'triangle of life'. The larger the object, the stronger, the less it will compact. The less the object compacts, the larger the void, the greater the probability that the person who is using this void for safety will not be injured. The next time you watch collapsed buildings, on television, count the 'triangles' you see formed. They are verywhere. It is the most common shape, you will see, in a collapsed building.
TIPS FOR EARTHQUAKE SAFETY
1) Almost everyone who simply 'ducks and covers' when buildings collapse ARE CRUSHED TO DEATH. People who get under objects, like desks or cars, are crushed.
2) Cats, dogs and babies often naturally curl up in the fetal position. You should too in an earthquake. It is a natural safety/survival instinct. That position helps you survive in a smaller void. Get next to an object, next to a sofa, next to a large bulky object that will compress slightly but leave a void next to it.
3) Wooden buildings are the safest type of construction to be in during an earthquake. Wood is flexible and moves with the force of the earthquake. If the wooden building does collapse, large survival voids are created. Also, the wooden building has less concentrated, crushing weight. Brick buildings will break into individual bricks. Bricks will cause many injuries but less squashed bodies than concrete slabs. Concrete slab buildings are the most dangerous during an earthquake.
4) If you are in bed during the night and an earthquake occurs, simply roll off the bed. A safe void will exist around the bed. Hotels can achieve a much greater survival rate in earthquakes, simply by posting a sign on the back of the door of every room telling occupants to lie down on the floor, next to the bottom of the bed during an earthquake.
5) If an earthquake happens and you cannot easily escape by getting out the door or window, then lie down and curl up in the fetal position next to a sofa, or large chair.
6) Almost everyone who gets under a doorway when buildings collapse is killed. How? If you stand under a doorway and the doorjamb falls forward or backward you will be crushed by the ceiling above. If the door jam falls sideways you will be cut in half by the doorway. In either case, you will be killed!
7) Never go to the stairs. The stairs have a different 'moment of frequency (they swing separately from the main part of the building). The stairs and remainder of the building continuously bump into each other until structural failure of the stairs takes place. The people who get on stairs before they fail are chopped up by the stair treads ? horribly mutilated. Even if the building doesn't collapse, stay away from the stairs. The stairs are a likely part of the building to be damaged. Even if the stairs are not collapsed by the earthquake, they may collapse later when overloaded by fleeing people. They should always be checked for safety, even when the rest of the building is not damaged.
8) Get Near the Outer Walls Of Buildings Or Outside Of Them If Possible - It is much better to be near the outside of the building rather than the interior. The farther inside you are from the outside perimeter of the building the greater the probability that your escape route will be blocked.
9) People inside of their vehicles are crushed when the road above falls in an earthquake and crushes their vehicles; which is exactly what happened with the slabs between the decks of the Nimitz Freeway. The victims of the San Francisco earthquake all stayed inside of their vehicles. They were all killed. They could have easily survived by getting out and lying in the fetal position next to their vehicles. Everyone killed would have survived if they had been able to get out of their cars and sit or lie next to them.
All the crushed cars had voids 3 feet high next to them, except for the cars that had columns fall directly across them.
10) I discovered, while crawling inside of collapsed newspaper offices and other offices with a lot of paper, that paper does not compact. Large voids are found surrounding stacks of paper.
In 1996 we made a film, which proved my survival methodology to be correct. The Turkish Federal Government, City of Istanbul , University of Istanbul Case Productions and ARTI cooperated to film this practical, scientific test. We collapsed a school and a home with 20 mannequins inside. Ten mannequins did 'duck and cover,' and ten mannequins I used in my 'triangle of life' survival method. After the simulated earthquake collapse we crawled through the rubble and entered the building to film and document the results.
The film, in which I practiced my survival techniques under directly observable, scientific conditions, relevant to building collapse, showed there would have been zero percent survival for those doing duck and cover.
There would likely have been 100 percent survivability for people using my method of the 'triangle of life.' This film has been seen by millions of viewers on television in Turkey and the rest of Europe, and it was seen in the USA , Canada and Latin America on the TV program Real TV.
Spread the word and save someone's life... The entire world is experiencing natural calamities so be prepared!