Saving Oneself & Others
Presenter: Andy Huang, Vice Chair of the Cupertino Public Safety Commission
Location: Zen Center of Sunnyvale - Prajna Lecture Hall
Language: Bilingual (Chinese & English)
Earthquakes are unpredictable and can strike at any time. However, the danger and risks of a catastrophic earthquake can be reduced if people understand what actions to take before, during, and after an earthquake. Join us in this informative and beneficial workshop to learn how to prepare for an earthquake and take home safety tips that you can apply and share with your families, friends, and colleagues. Open to the public. Free of charge.
a) Emergency Disaster Preparedness - Before, During, and After an Earthquake
b) Mitigating Disaster Damages and Analyzing Risks
c) First Aid and Emergency Care after a Disaster
d) Disaster Recovery: Water Sources, Public Facilities, and others
e) Bay Area Automatic Emergency Notification and Alert System—AlertSCC
About Andy Huang:
Mr. Huang has M.S. and B.S. degrees in Computer & Electrical Engineering. Devoted to community services, he is currently serving as the Vice Chair of the Cupertino Public Safety Commission as well as the First Aid Service Team for the Red Cross and Santa Clara County Medical Volunteers for Disaster Response. Mr. Huang is an accomplished entrepreneur with thirty years experience in high-tech, start-up and Initial Public Offering, and merger & acquisition. He was the Vice Chair of Epic, Synopsys, Magma; CEO of ACAD; and the Chair of HXLS, a non-profit organization for the cancer research. He has been awarded the CREST award by the City of Cupertino in 2010.