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Our College Carried out the 2018 "Disaster Prevention and Reduction" Emergency Evacuation Drill

In order to improve college teachers’ and students’ ability to prevent and respond to emergent disaster and their self-help ability, enhance their consciousness of disaster prevention and reduction, awareness of unexpected development, responsibility consciousness and make them know the basic common sense of disaster prevention and mitigation, be calm in natural disaster strikes, evacuate orderly, and ensure their life and property to be safe, our college carried out the publicity and education activity about 2018 emergency evacuation drill of "disaster prevention and reduction" at 16:50 of May 9. The Party committee member, vice President Fu Yuchuan was the commander-in-chief and Zhao Yinxiang, head of the security department commanded on site. Vice secretary of Party committee, president Long Zeyu, vice president Gao Shoujun attended the activity along with partial teachers and students.

During the drill, our teachers and students were quite calm when the danger came. And the drill was in order. Later, Mr. Fu Yuchuan commented on the drill: it was well organized and guaranteed, and all links were closely gripped. It achieved the desired effect. He then said: “it is believed that ‘accident comes from carelessness and safety comes from vigilance at all times. Life is above all, and responsibility is heavier than mount Tai’. ‘Harmony, safety and disaster prevention first, so disaster reduction comes first in charismatic college’. There is only comma and no full stop in disaster prevention and mitigation, only start and no end in prosperity think of adversity, only beginning and no termination in care for life. It is hoped that our students will always think about the harm of disasters, take preventive measures and accumulate the virtue of disaster relief. Let’s build a safe college together.”

 

 
 
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