Quantectum is Participating in International ShakeOut Day Drill

On October 19, millions of people across the globe will practice earthquake safety guidance such as "Drop, Cover, and Hold On” and Quantectum is also going to prepare the drill. Our goal is to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and help our coworkers practice the correct actions to take in the event of an earthquake.

The Great ShakeOut is an annual earthquake preparedness event and drill that takes place in many regions around the world. On that day, participants practice what to do in the event of an earthquake, with the primary action being "Drop, Cover, and Hold On." This means:
- Drop: Drop down to your hands and knees to prevent being knocked over by the shaking.
- Cover: Take cover under a sturdy piece of furniture, such as a table or desk, to protect yourself from falling objects.
- Hold On: Hold on to your shelter until the shaking stops. If there's no furniture to take cover under, cover your head and neck with your arms and seek shelter against an interior wall, away from windows and heavy objects that could fall.

Participants in the Great ShakeOut may include schools, businesses, government agencies, and individuals. The event provides an opportunity for people to review and improve their emergency plans, communication strategies, and overall readiness for earthquakes and other disasters. 

At Quantectum, we take pride in uniting with millions worldwide who share a common objective: to enhance awareness and establish secure measures in the event of an earthquake.

ShakeOut day basic instructions in case of an earthquake
Picture 1: Basic instructions in the case of earthquake tremors.

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