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2F- Demonstration Area for Fire Evacuation at Home There was a severe fire in Luchou, Taipei County on Aug. 31st 2003, which caused 13 deaths and injured 71 people. This was the most serious case in recent years in Taiwan and was the result of improper installation of window bars over all windows. For your safety, when putting bars on your window, you must have the ability to open a space to escape in the event of an emergency.

Having a means to open the window bars is a must


Having a means to open the window bars is a must

The window must also be able to open


The window must also be able to open

Demo of window bars blocking the exit


Demo of window bars blocking the exit



2F- Storm Simulation Area
There are three parts to dealing with Typhoons and heavy rains :

Before a typhoon comes
Pay attention to weather reports on TV or the radio. To avoid a flood, make sure the gutters around the house and on the roof are not blocked. To prevent broken windows, reinforce the glass on the side of the house that the wind will blow is very important. You should remove outside or hanging things like signs and plants, and also trim trees. Flashlights, batteries, a radio, water and food for three days should be prepared in advance of the typhoon. People whose residences are in low-lying areas should move to higher ground until the typhoon leaves.

During a typhoon
Do not go out during a typhoon. When the electricity goes off, try not use candles to lessen the risk of fire. Pay attention to news broadcasts about the typhoon. In an emergency, please call 119 right away.

After a typhoon
Check for damage caused by the typhoon, if a electrical cable is broken, call the Taiwan Power Company to come help. Clean the area around house and inform the local authorities of any damage caused by the typhoon. Typhoon is a natural phenomenon, it brings damage, but we can take precautionary measures to minimize the damage.

Experience heavy rain and wind


Experience heavy rain and wind

Taiwan typhoon chart


Taiwan typhoon chart

Preventive measures


Preventive measures



2F- Emergency Call Training
Do you know which phone number to call for help? 119. Do you know what questions a firefighter will ask when they arrive? In this area, you will learn what kind of information you can provide to aid firefighters.

Do you know what to do in an emergency?


Photos of Emergency Call Training

119 is the emergency number


Photos of Emergency Call Training


You already know to call 119 in an emergency, but what if your phone doesnt work or you are in the mountains or on a boat. What should you do? Lets find out in this area.


What should you be able to tell a firefighter about an emergency?

Photos of Emergency Call Training

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