Published on September 17, 2014
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Untoward incidents can happen at parties. Calling 000 is the best thing to do during emergencies. Operators respond to calls concerning medical and fire emergencies. They also dispatch police officers if needed. It will be helpful to know which agencies to contact for different kinds of emergencies. Red Cross and other medical organisations have local telephone numbers that can be of good use. Having a list of emergency hotlines will come in handy. Preparing for emergencies Parties are a great way to celebrate and hang out with friends. Although they are fun, they can sometimes take a different turn and go out of control. With everybody drinking alcohol and letting loose, threatening incidents may happen. It is then important to be informed about these incidents so that safety can be achieved.
Excessive alcohol drinking is not just bad for the health, it removes inhibitions and cloud the judgment. The consequences of getting too drunk may bring humiliation and may extend to a ruined reputation. Drinking must always go with responsibility, moderation and control. A study shows that Australians consume more alcohol per capita per year than the Americans and Canadians. Alcohol is also identified as the number one contributor in the factors that cause fatal crashes in Queensland. Don’t be part of the statistics and practice restraint when it comes to drinking. Responsible alcohol consumption Dealing with violence Threats to safety are likely to happen at parties. Something goes out of hand and a brawl might ensue. This incident is more common to teenage parties. The best way to deal with violence is to stay away from it. It will be useful if the violent incident is reported to the police or security officers, who can put a stop to the incident and catch lawbreakers.
SOURCES: http://www.laruche.com.au/birthday-party-venues-brisbane/ http://www.youthcentral.vic.gov.au/Health+%26+Relationships/Parties+- +What+Could+Go+Wrong%3F/ http://www.health.qld.gov.au/epidemiology/documents/alcohol-2011-fs.pdf http://www.police.qld.gov.au/Resources/Internet/news%20and%20alerts/campaigns/fatalfive/documents/drink_driving_fs.pdf Losing things As fun as drinking and dancing the night away with friends is, people should keep an eye on their belongings. Valuable items, such as money, phone and other gadgets must be checked from time to time. It is important to keep in mind that some people will take a chance if they see one. Partying with friends is fun yet it can be a letdown as soon as excessive drinking, violence and untoward incidents happen. It pays to be informed about what to do when certain situations arise.
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