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In the Event of a Zombie Attack

In the Event of a Zombie Attack



IN THE EVENT OF ZOMBIE ATTACK







3 STEPS TO SURVIVING INFESTATION







1. Avoidance







2. Termination







3. Disposal







1. Avoidance







All zombie infestations render the location uninhabitable. The citizen's first duty is to vacate the area and proceed immediately to an authorized Rescue Station. Duly authorized Z.E.R.O. personnel will manage relocation -- but, the key to an effective evacuation is COMPLETE AVOIDANCE OF HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS while en route.







EVACUATE







Gather family and essential small valuables only. DO NOT attempt to secure or defend property or possessions.







RELOCATE







Proceed immediately to the Rescue Station assigned to your area. In the absence of Z.E.R.O. Relocation Management personnel, monitor local radio broadcast for directions.







DO NOT ENGAGE!







Is is critical to remember that any zombies encountered during relocation are NOT family or friends but REANIMATED CORPSES INFECTED WITH A DEADLY CONTAGION. Under NO circumstances should you engage one in any kind of interaction. Contagion is transmitted via a bite, and ANY interaction with a zombie results in repeated attempts to bite.







IN THE EVEN OF A BITE...







Apply pressure to the wound with padding found in the supplied BITE KIT until proper medical supervision can be accessed.







IF THE WOUNDED INDIVIDUAL EXPIRES after being bitten, VACATE THE PREMISES IMMEDIATELY or execute the guidelines found in next section.







2. TERMINATION







Engage this step only if in an unsecured location, and ONLY if you have positively identified a zombie using the Zombie Classification Cards (supplied). Otherwise, any terminations should be referred to and execute by a duly authorized member of Z.E.R.O. or your local licenses Zombie Exterminator.







CEREBRAL NEUTRALIZATION







The ONLY known method for effectively terminating a zombie, either by cranial or blunt force trauma (A, B, C) or decapitation (D)







CENTER MASS







For stopping or slowing down target ONLY when distance does not permit a head shot. NOT an effective termination method.







LOWER EXTREMITIES







For stopping or slowing down target ONLY when distance does not permit a head shot. NOT an effective termination method.







3. DISPOSAL







2BD







DO NOT INCINERATE







TO BE DISINTEGRATED BY Z.E.R.O. DISPOSAL UNIT







"TAPE & TAG"







After terminating the zombie(s), mark the perimeter to enable Z.E.R.O. Disposal Unit personnel to locate the remains and shop to a Mobile Acid Disintegration (M.A.D.) unit for disintegration. This can be completed in two simple "Tape & Tag" steps:







1. Mark area surround the remains with an appropriate length of CAUTION: ZOMBIE OUTBREAK ZONE tape (supplied).







2. Attach a FORM 2BD tag (supplied) to the toe of the corpse.







DO NOT INCINERATE!







Incineration releases airborne toxins which spread infection to the uninterred deceased or, in areas of heavy humidity or precipitation, the recently interred deceased. This exponentially increases infestation levels.

In the Event of a Zombie Attack

shared by judithgold on Oct 16, 2011 in How To

In the Event of a Zombie Attack

shared by judithgold on Oct 16, 2011 in How To

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This infographic gives information for what to do in case of a zombie attack. It gives details on the three most important steps; avoidance, termination, and disposal.
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