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Emergency Procedures When Storm Warnings are in Effect The following warnings will be issued prior to a Hurricane Members of staff should pay careful attention to these warnings as there are certain procedures to follow after each warning Some radio and television stations in the region have a special signal which precedes warning messages Become familiar with them Phase A HURRICANE ALERT - Hurricane entering the region Phase B HURRICANE WATCH - 36 hours to landfall Phase C HURRICANE WARNING - 24 hours to landfall Phase D EMERGENCY PHASE - Strike Hurricane Effects Wind damage - This is potentially one of the most destructive aspects of the hurricane It can result in loss of roofs windows doors and vegetation Collapse of buildings Damage by fallen trees - Disruption of electricity and telephone facilities damage to buildings and blocking of roads Flying debris - Zinc sheets tree limbs timber roofing materials fruits etc can cause further damage to other structures Rain Damage - Otherwise sturdy trees and light poles may collapse earlier than expected due to water saturation around their bases Leaking roofs from torrential downpour can saturate walls and destroy contents of buildings and cause the destruction of structures Flood Damage - Disruption of surface communications For example roads flooded or washed away landslides bridges destroyed railway lines flooded or washed away contamination of drinking water supplies Storm Surges - Heavy seas storm waves and storm surge can cause extensive damage and completely destroy structures and coastal features The direction of approach of the hurricane and the physical form of the coastal area will influence the potential destructive force of the waves Emergency procedures to be followed by personnel in each restaurant 1Familiarize yourselves with the plan 2Help the rest of the staff to become familiar with the plan 3Designate responsibilities for action before during and after a hurricane 4Ensure execution of prevention and preparedness tasks 5Supervise clean-up activities 6 Ensure that sufficient
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