Tips in case of an earthquake

If you are in the house
• Stay calm.
• Take cover under a sturdy piece of furniture (table, desk, desk), kneel and hold hands with your foot.
• If there is sturdy furniture, kneel in the middle of the room, reducing as much as your height and protect with arms head and your neck. Move away from large glass surfaces (windows, glass partitions) or furniture and objects that can injure you.
• Do not try to leave the house.
• Do not go out on the balcony.
• Move away from windows and outside walls.
• Stay in the area until they finished the vibration.
• If you are outdoors, move away from areas beneath buildings, telephone or electrical wires.

If you are in the house
• Prepare for possible aftershocks.
• Carefully check yourself and those around you for possible injuries.
• If you are seriously injured or move them.
• Evacuate the building of the staircase (do not use the elevator), after closing the switches of electricity, gas and water.
• resort to open and safe place.
• Follow the instructions of the authorities and do not pay attention to rumors.
• Do not unnecessarily use your car
• Do not enter your home if you see damage, cut cables, gas leak or gas.

If you are in a coastal area with low-lying
• Although not all cause tsunami earthquakes stay alert.
• Move away from the sea and head to inland areas with higher altitude. A small tsunami at one point on the coast can be changed to a large tsunami, a kilometer.
• Stay away from the coast. The tsunami not only consist of a single wave, but a series of waves so check back only after informed by the authorities that there is no risk.
• Do not approach the coast to watch an upcoming tsunami. When you see it maybe too late to avoid it.