1. When the ship is on fire
If the fire spreads and the corridor is sealed, those who have not time to escape can close the door and keep the smoke and flame away.
When a certain floor in the front of the passenger ship is on fire and has not been burned to the cabin, the crew should take emergency landing or self-Grounding measures to keep the hull in a relatively stable state. Fire-trapped personnel should evacuate quickly to the main deck and open deck, and then use life-saving equipment to escape to the water and rescue boats and shore.
When a cabin on a passenger ship is on fire, the passengers in the cabin should close the cabin door after escaping, so as to spread the fire, and remind the passengers in the adjacent cabin to evacuate quickly. If the fire breaks out of the room and closes the inner corridor, the passengers in the adjacent rooms should close the inner corridor room and escape from the door leading to the left and right cabins.
When the fire on the ship blockades the ladder leading directly to the open air and prevents people from evacuating downwards from the upper floors, trapped people can evacuate to the top floor, then release the rope downwards and escape downward along the rope.
In short, passengers should follow the direction of orderly evacuation upward wind direction. When evacuating, you can cover your mouth and nose with a wet towel, bend down and run as fast as possible, quickly away from the fire area. In case of emergency, you can also jump into the water.
2. When two ships collide
When two ships are about to collide, people should leave the collision quickly to avoid being crushed and injured. At the same time, quickly pull the fixture near to prevent falling. In case of emergency, the command of the crew on board should be obeyed and the ship should be abandoned to escape.
3. When abandonment is required
When passengers hear the sunken ship alarm signal (seven whistles in a minute, one long sound), they immediately put on their life jackets and leave the ship in the direction shown in the emergency evacuation charts in each cabin.
Passengers can use the inner, outer and gangway to escape, and the passengers in the cabin can use the tail cabin to access the sound of the entrance and exit holes on the upper deck. Staff on board will ask passengers to evacuate from the front, stern and open deck of the passenger ship. If necessary, they can use lifelines and life escalators to escape from the water or to rescue the ship. They can also put on life jackets and jump into the water to escape.
Follow the command to board the lifeboat (raft) and leave the boat in turn. At this time, only valuables should be brought, not food and luggage.
After abandoning the ship, we should stay away from the wrecked ship as soon as possible, because the sinking ship will create a whirlpool and involve people.