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3F- Quake Simulation Area
On average, earthquakes occur in Taiwan about 200 times per year. Therefore, it is important for us to learn about prevention and responses. Since earthquakes are unpredictable, we should always be prepare for their occurrence. Heavy furniture needs to be secured to the wall, but do not break the main structure of the house when decorating. Every family should prepare a response plan for an earthquake.

Quake Simulation Area


Quake Simulation Area

Turn off the oven and gas right away


Turn off the oven and gas right away

Preventive measures


Preventive measures

Practice more and you will not panic during an earthquake.


Practice more and you will not panic during an earthquake.



3F- Descending Device Training
Now most people live in tall buildings. There is a descending device on every floor, but do you know how to use it? People often neglect to learn how to use the descending device, which results in many deaths. This area teaches you how to use descending device correctly in order to escape a fire.

Do you know whether there is a descending device on your floor?


Photos of Descending Device Training

The belt must be tight when you use it.


Photos of Emergency Walkthrough



3F- C.P.R. Training
CPR is a necessary for everyone to know. This area teaches you how to do CPR using words, pictures and a body model. An instructor will teach you how to do CPR or give first aid in an emergency.

The instructor demonstration area


Photos of Instructor Demonstration Area

CPR measures


Photos of CPR Measures

Instructing a student to do CPR.


Photos of someone instructing a student to do CPR.


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