Critically looking at a hazard situation arising from a typhoon, the Philippines face a number of unanticipated events that render most of them homeless and many of the individuals end up as casualties as a good number die from the incident. In an occurrence of such a tragedy, the following usually occur; some people are caught at the sea unawares and cry for help, the inhabitants run to their rescue, a number of people drown due to lack of early rescue, those saved from the calamity suffer severe injuries, the inhabitants affected with the same have their homes blown away, their property are destroyed thus left with no homes and the same time no way of making a living (Delfin 35).
In the event of the above scenario, there are a number of emergency actions taken. First and foremost, the emergency agencies are expected to be there as soon as the incident happens in order to rescue the situation. The emergency agencies are often made aware of the kind of calamities prone to occur at specific places and take the responsibility of ensuring they are well prepared to face the situation in case it occurs (Earle 174). The measures taken by the emergency agencies build trust between them and the community. Thus, the emergency agencies keep in store food and materials that they distribute to the people in the occurrence of a natural hazard. For the people who drown in the water, they are rescued by both the inhabitants and the emergency agencies. The casualties are offered immediate medication by