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Published on 23 April 2021
Kristine Faith Lumaban
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1. Don’t get too close, watch out for surface cracks and stay well back
2. If the hole is very large and a risk to others, contact local police or emergency responders
3. Keep children away
4. Notify all local occupants
5. Notify the local Water Management District
6. Mark the hole for safety and to restrict access (Use posts with caution tape or rope)
7. Place a piece of plywood over small holes
8. Take photographs for documentation, but do not get too close to the edges
9. Do not allow unauthorized or inexperienced persons to investigate the sinkhole
10. DURING Cover your head with your arms as best you can. This will help to protect your head and give you some breathing room.
11. Practice a PLF (Parachute Landing Fall) to protect your bones.
12. Carry a whistle as part of your EDC Carry a mobile phone to call for help.
Do not refill a sinkhole with trash or debris. It may cause groundwater contamination for which the property owner would be liable.
KRISTINE FAITH LUMABAN
CLIMATE CHANGE REDUCTION RISK AND MANAGEMENT
PROF. DAREN BAUI