Toyota Butuan City

Address: Km. 5 National Highway Libertad, Butuan City, 8600 Philippines


Phone: 0917-720-1617 | 0998-984-6275

Toyota Cagayan de Oro City

Address: Km. 2 National Hwy. Kauswagan Cagayan de Oro City, 9000 Misamis Oriental Philippines


Phone: (088) 858-9993-95 | 858-7770

Toyota Dipolog City

Address: National Highway, Purok Dela Paz, Upper Sicayab, Dipolog City 7100 Philippines


Phone: (065) 906-0010

Toyota Iligan City

Address: Purok Vanda, Brgy. Acmac, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte


Phone: (063) 224-7480

Toyota Valencia City

Address: P17A Sayre Highway, Hagkol Poblacion, Valencia City, Bukidnon


Phone: (088) 828-0854

Toyota Zamboanga City

Address: Maria Clara Lorenzo Lobregat Hwy, Zamboanga, 7000 Zamboanga del Sur


Phone: (062) 957-1577

Safety First: Toyota Cagayan de Oro and BFP Kauswagan (Station 6) Conduct Emergency Response Drills

April 20, 2023

On April 19, 2023, Toyota Cagayan de Oro, in partnership with the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) Kauswagan (Station 6), conducted a series of emergency response drills on its premises.

Importance of Emergency Response Drills

Emergency response drills are crucial for preparing individuals and organizations to respond effectively to emergency situations. These drills provide an opportunity to test emergency response plans, identify areas for improvement, and ensure that everyone involved understands their role and responsibilities in an emergency.

Toyota Cagayan de Oro together with the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) Kauswagan (Station 6) conduct a series of emergency response drills. The drills included fire and earthquake drills, as well as a first aid drill, to prepare employees and visitors for any emergency situations that may arise.

Details of the Drills Conducted by Toyota CDO and BFP Kauswagan (Station 6)

The drills were conducted in a safe and controlled environment, and the participants were able to practice their emergency response skills and learn from the experience. A debriefing session was held after each drill to identify areas for improvement and provide feedback to the participants.


The fire and earthquake drill conducted by Toyota Cagayan de Oro and BFP Kauswagan (Station 6) simulated an earthquake drill and a fire breakout. Participants were instructed to “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” during the earthquake simulation and then evacuate the building to assemble in the designated area for a headcount.


After the earthquake drill, the BFP Kauswagan (Station 6) team demonstrated the proper use of fire extinguishers and how to safely exit the building in the event of a fire.


The first aid drill focused on basic first aid procedures, such as CPR, wound management, and bandaging, and also included training on the use of a first aid kit.

Benefits of Emergency Response Drills

By conducting emergency response drills, organizations can improve their emergency preparedness and response capabilities. These drills help to identify potential weaknesses in emergency response plans, refine emergency procedures, and ensure that everyone involved is ready to respond effectively in an emergency.

Emergency response drills also provide an opportunity for participants to practice and develop their emergency response skills. This can help to build confidence and ensure that individuals are prepared to act quickly and decisively in a real emergency situation.

Overall, the emergency response drills conducted by Toyota Cagayan de Oro and BFP Kauswagan (Station 6) were a success, and the participants gained valuable knowledge and skills that they can use to stay safe and respond effectively in any emergency situation.

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