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Title: Lightning Safety Rules


1
Lightning Safety Rules
When thunderstorms are in the area, No Place
Outside is Safe! 30-30 Rule When Thunder Roars,
Go Indoors! Stay Indoors for 30 Minutes After
the Last Rumble of Thunder.
Go inside a large permanent building, like a
house or school Stay away from plumbing or
electrical appliances. Dont use corded
telephones, except in emergencies.
A hard topped metal vehicle is the next safest
place Roll up windows and dont touch any
metal. Convertibles are NOT safe!
Stay away from elevated places and tall isolated
objects Like mountains and trees
Stay away from bodies of water, including
swimming pools Seek shelter on land in a building.
Start Game
Visit the NOAA Lightning Safety website for more
information
2
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
3
Not Safe
Correct Lightning tends to strike tall isolated
objects like these players in the open field.
CONTINUE
4
Not Safe
Incorrect Lightning tends to strike tall
isolated objects like these players in the open
field.
CONTINUE
5
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
6
Not Safe
Correct Lightning tends to strike tall objects
like these people on the flat beach or water
surface. No place outside is safe!
CONTINUE
7
Not Safe
Incorrect Lightning tends to strike tall
objects like these people on the flat beach or
water surface. No place outside is safe!
CONTINUE
8
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
9
Not Safe
Correct Lightning tends to strike tall isolated
objects like mountains. Get off mountains before
lightning begins!
CONTINUE
10
Not Safe
Incorrect Lightning tends to strike tall
isolated objects like mountains. Get off
mountains before lightning begins!
CONTINUE
11
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
12
Not Safe
Correct Lightning tends to strike tall isolated
objects like trees. Stay away from trees!
CONTINUE
13
Not Safe
Incorrect Lightning tends to strike tall
isolated objects like trees. Stay away from
trees!
CONTINUE
14
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
15
Not Safe
Correct No Place Outside is Safe! Even a
nearby lightning strike can travel through
underground water pipes or wiring, into the pool,
and electrocute you.
CONTINUE
16
Not Safe
Incorrect No place outside is safe! Even a
nearby lightning strike can travel through
underground water pipes and wiring, into the
pool, and electrocute you.
CONTINUE
17
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
18
Not Safe
Correct Lightning tends to strike isolated tall
objects. Remember, no place outside is safe.
CONTINUE
19
Not Safe
Incorrect Lightning tends to strike isolated
tall objects. Remember, no place outside is
safe.
CONTINUE
20
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
21
Safe
Correct The metal shell of vehicle will
transfer electric current safely around you.
Roll up windows and dont touch any metal parts
of the car.
CONTINUE
22
Safe
Incorrect Metal shell of vehicle will transfer
electric current safely around you. Roll up
windows and dont touch any metal of the car.
CONTINUE
23
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
24
Not Safe
Correct These vehicles do not have a fully
enclosed metal shell to transfer electric current
safely around you!
CONTINUE
25
Not Safe
Incorrect These vehicles do not have a fully
enclosed metal shell to transfer electric current
safely around you!
CONTINUE
26
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
27
Not Safe
Correct Lightning tends to strike tall objects
like this boater on the flat water surface. No
place outside is safe!
CONTINUE
28
Not Safe
Incorrect Lightning tends to strike tall
objects like this boater on the flat water
surface. No place outside is safe!
CONTINUE
29
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
30
Not Safe
Correct Lightning can easily penetrate through
a tent. It doesnt matter how big the tent is or
what the poles are made of.
CONTINUE
31
Not Safe
Incorrect Lightning can easily penetrate
through a tent. It doesnt matter how big the
tent is or what the poles are made of.
CONTINUE
32
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
33
Not Safe
Correct Most small shelters offer little
protection from lightning.
CONTINUE
34
Not Safe
Incorrect Most small shelters offer little
protection from lightning.
CONTINUE
35
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
36
Safe
Correct Most large permanent buildings are safe.
CONTINUE
37
Safe
Incorrect Most large permanent buildings are
safe.
CONTINUE
38
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
39
Not Safe
Correct Lightning can travel through the wiring
in the building, into the computer and
electrocute you.
CONTINUE
40
Not Safe
Incorrect Lightning can travel through the
wiring in the building, into the computer and
electrocute you.
CONTINUE
41
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
42
Not Safe
Correct Lightning tends to strike tall isolated
objects. While metal does not attract lightning,
long metal bleachers and fences can conduct
electricity long distances.
CONTINUE
43
Not Safe
Incorrect Lightning tends to strike tall
isolated objects. While metal does not attract
lightning, long metal bleachers and fences can
conduct electricity long distances.
CONTINUE
44
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
45
Safe
Correct The metal shell of a vehicle will
transfer electric current safely around you.
Roll up windows and dont touch any metal.
CONTINUE
46
Safe
Incorrect The metal shell of a vehicle will
transfer electric current safely around you.
Roll up windows and dont touch any metal.
CONTINUE
47
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
48
Not Safe
Correct Lightning can travel through the wiring
in the building into the telephone and
electrocute you! Do not use corded telephones
except in emergencies.
CONTINUE
49
Not Safe
Incorrect Lightning can travel through the
wiring in the building into the telephone and
electrocute you! Do not use corded telephones
except in emergencies.
CONTINUE
50
Cell Phone
Not Safe
Safe
or
(Select one)
51
Safe
Correct Cell phones are safe since there is no
cord connecting the phone to the wiring in the
building.
CONTINUE
52
Safe
Incorrect Cell phones are safe since there is no
cord connecting the phone to the wiring in the
building.
CONTINUE
53
Congratulations
Remember, When Thunder ROARS Go
Indoors
For more information, visit the NOAA Lightning
Safety Website www.lightningsafety.noaa.gov
EXIT
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