Disaster Alert Bag!
Terakhir Diubah : 13:40:02 - Selasa, 07 Desember 2021
The first preparedness that must be done is to know the mitigation steps for each type of disaster. You need to anticipate disasters by having the skills to evaluate situations quickly and take the initiative to protect yourself. You need to understand the dangers that lurk around the area where you live. Make a disaster anticipation plan with your family, and do joint exercises to implement the plan. This plan should include identifying assembly points, knowing important contact numbers, evacuation routes, and locations to turn off water, gas and electricity. In addition to understanding disaster mitigation, preparation that is no less important is preparing a Disaster Preparedness Bag (TSB). Disaster Alert Bag is a bag that must be prepared to anticipate the occurrence of disasters or other emergency conditions. Criteria for Disaster Preparedness Bags Disaster Preparedness Bags are our way to survive when aid has not arrived or is being evacuated to other places. Disaster Preparedness Bags must be made of water-resistant or waterproof materials. The contents of this bag are basic necessities for at least three days. In addition to food, drinks, medicines, clothes, flashlights, powerbanks, batteries, cash and masks, also prepare important documents such as ID cards, diplomas, birth certificates and other documentation in preparation if you have to leave the house immediately.
Benefits of Travel Insurance you need to know
Travel insurance is one type of insurance that provides protection while we travel both domestically and abroad. So you can still travel in peace. Especially in an uncertain situation like today. What if when you bought tickets in advance but you got sick, or even worse, the trip had to be canceled for one reason or another at the destination.
Some people may still be unfamiliar with travel insurance, but some countries in the world have even required travelers or newcomers to have travel insurance, for example, countries in Europe and America. What are the benefits of travel insurance?
Basically travel insurance covers for trip cancellation and interruption; emergency medical care; personal accident and it compensates the traveller for additional expenses that may occur due to these losses. However, please note that there are things that are not covered by travel insurance, for example if the destination country is not safe either due to natural disasters, war or terrorism. So, in order to apply for/have this travel insurance, in general, there are several conditions that you must fulfill:
- Photocopy/scan of ID card
- Insurance application form
- Photocopy of passport (for overseas travel)
- Age limit
Insurance Policy and Stamp Duty
Insurance is an agreement between two parties, namely the insurance company and the policyholder (UU 40/2014). Referring to the above, an insurance policy is an agreement document between the insurer and the insured, so that the insurance policy is subject to a stamp duty (Rp 10.000). Stamp duty is charged on the amount of the premium paid in relation to a policy of general insurance.