You’ve seen the news about Japan’s earthquakes. You know about the typhoons. And by now, you’ve probably heard that your neighbor is an extremely active volcano. All this information would cause anyone to be nervous. Lucky for you, we have some resources to ease your worried mind.
The Prefectural Website has compiled an extensive list of links on how to handle your next natural disaster. You can find that list HERE. Resources include
- How to prepare an emergency kit
- How to evacuate
- What to do in an earthquake, typhoon, eruption or tsunami such as:
A Tip for Drivers – if you find yourself in a car during an earthquake:
- Pull over to the side of the road
- Turn off the engine, turn on the radio for updates
- Put on your emergency brake/hand brake
- Stay in the vehicle until shaking stops
- You can exit the car once the shaking stops
IF YOU FEEL UNSAFE IN THE WORKPLACE
The prefectural website also has a list of contacts to report any kind of workplace harassment. CLAIR also offers counseling for long-term issues. You can find those HERE.
Finally, here is a quick list of emergency numbers to have on hand in case of the worst. They can also be found on the Prefectural Website:
- Police (keisatsu / 警察) 110
- Ambulance (kyuukyuusha / 救急車) 119
- Fire (shoubousha / 消防車) 119
- From green pay phones: Lift the receiver, push the red emergency button, and dial.
- From grey pay phones: Lift the receiver and dial.