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Bontoc employees, clients found ready during fire emergency
by Alpine L. Killa

BONTOC, Mountain Province – The fire drill initiated by the Bureau of Fire Protection on March 29 has proven that the employees and clients of the local government unit are prepared in case a fire occurred at the Bontoc Municipal Capitol.

Based on the evaluation of personnel of the BFP-provincial office and Bontoc Municipal Fire Station, employees and clients of the LGU are responsive and knowledgeable about the procedures when evacuating from a building in a real-life fire or emergency situation.

Bontoc MFS Public Information Officer Wayne Apolinar said the proper procedure in evacuating from a building caught by fire is different in the case of an earthquake.  

He said if a building is on fire, everybody must immediately get out of the building, stay out of from the building, and call for help.

The fire drill aimed to prepare and familiarize the employees and clients of the Bontoc Municipal Capitol of the evacuation plan in case of fire emergencies, and to test the quick response of employees and the organized fire brigade of the LGU and the local BFP.

Personnel of the Bontoc MFS have also been going around the schools in the barangays to also conduct fire drills and information education and communication campaign on fire safety and fire prevention.

Mayor Franklin Odsey said employees and clients have to be equipped with basic emergency preparedness skills which are essential in times of natural and man-made disasters.

“Emergencies can happen anytime, such as a building on fire. Preparation is the key to any effective emergency response,” Odsey said.


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