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Disaster Prevention

更新日:2020年10月8日 ページID:029486

Typhoons

Typhoons are frequent between July and October. Strong winds and heavy rain cause large amounts of damage. Pay close attention to weather information as the typhoon approaches, and refrain from going outside.

  • Preparing for Strong Winds and Heavy Rain
    • Prepare emergency food and water rations.
    • Secure or bring inside items on the veranda.
    • Reinforce windows with tape and close shutters.
    • Prepare a flashlight and a portable radio for possible blackouts.
  • During Typhoon
    • Refrain from going outside.
    • Do not approach fallen utility poles or electrical cables.
    • Pay attention to weather information, and swiftly evacuate to the nearest shelterif an evacuation order is issued.

Earthquakes

Earthquakes are a frequent occurrence in Japan. Ensure that you are always prepared for the possibility of a sudden quake.

  • Earthquake Preparation
    • Prepare a backpack containing a flashlight, emergency water, and food rations.
    • Secure furniture to the walls to prevent injury from falling objects.
  • During an Earthquake
    • Hide under a table and ensure your own safety.
    • Protect your head from falling debris with a cushion.
    • If you are cooking, turn off your stove after the quake has passed.
    • Open doors and windows and secure an escape route.
    • Get accurate earthquake information.
TV and radio provide information on the scale and epicenter of the earthquake immediately before and after the quake. Your cell phone may send you an alert in the event that a severe earthquake is predicted. Get accurate information from government sources, and from your embassy.
  • Confirming the Safety of Family Members
    Phones may not connect during a disaster.
    • Disaster Message Service
      ☎171 (Japanese only)
    • Disaster Message Board (web171)
      https://www.web171.jp
      (Available in English, Chinese, and Korean)
      新災害
    • Your cell phone providers’ disaster message board

Evacuations

In the event of a disaster (such as an earthquake or heavy rain) or when one is imminent, Nagasaki City Hall and the Japan Meteorological Agency uses the Alert Level System to announce evacuation information and times to evacuate.
In preparation for a disaster, please confirm the actions you should take at each level of the alert system.

  • Evacuation Advisories

    Alert Levels

    Action(s) to Take

    Level 5 Take the most suitable action(s) to protect your life.
    Level 4 Evacuate as soon as possible to your designated evacuation shelter or a place that you have determined as safe.
    Level 3 Begin evacuating people who require more time to evacuate (elderly people, disabled people, infants, etc.)
    All others should begin preparing for evacuation.

    Level 2

    Go over what you will do when evacuating.

    Level 1

    Mentally prepare yourself for the disaster.


Please click here for details about the Alert Level system.

  • In an Evacuation
    • Keep your passport and residence card on you at all times.
    • Keep belongings to a minimum.
    • Wear sturdy footwear.
    • Do not travel by car.
  • Disaster Prevention Information
  • Shelters
    • Buildings with the following sign are designated shelters. (Schools, community centers, fureai centers etc. are designated as shelters.)
      Familiarize yourself with your local shelter in advance.
    • Shelter Sign:
      避難所
    • Please check which shelters are open by visiting the Nagasaki City homepage.

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