Earthquake Disaster Prevention Advisor Room
Thank you for accessing the Sendai Earthquake Disaster Prevention Page.
This page is meant to help you prepare for the aftermath of future earthquakes that this area is highly susceptible to. We hope to provide you with useful and easy to understand information to aid your preparation activities.
Sendai Earthquake Disaster Prevention Officer
Hi, I am looking forward to explaining ways on how you can best prepare for an earthquake or any number of disasters.
Together, forward, Sendai.
What is the Earthquake Disaster Prevention Advisor?
The position of Sendai Earthquake Disaster Prevention Officer was instituted after a rather large earthquake took place off the coast of Miyagi in June of 2003. In concert with Sendai’s Fire department, this position seeks to inform Sendai citizens of how to prepare specifically for earthquake disasters.
Serial articles related to earthquake measures
No52 Disaster Prevention with Old Newspapers
No.51 Tsunami Emergency Drill Introduction
No.50 List of Former Sendai Earthquake Disaster Prevention Officers
No.49 Introduction of the Sendai Bousai Leader (SBL) System
No.48 Emergency Food Supplies for a Family of 4
No.47 Emergency Goods to Carry With You When Out and About
No.46 Using a Portable Gas Stove
No.45 How to Stock Extra Supplies
No.44 100-yen Disaster Prevention Part 3 – Measures for a Blackout
No.43 Set Up Your Shelter at Home
No.42 Tips for The Rotation of Extra Supplies
No.41 Get To Know the Disaster Prevention Texting Service
No.40 Together, Forward, Sendai.
Articles issued before the Great East Japan Earthquake
Articles No. 1 to 39 were issued before the Great East Japan Earthquake occurred.
You may find gaps in the data concerning the probability of a Miyagi off-shore earthquake compared to the latest estimations.
We left these previous issues as is since the measures needed to be taken for disaster preparation remain unchanged, a major event can happen at anytime.
As of April 2014, inquiries to this site have been shifted to the Disaster Reduction Section of the Security and Emergency Management Office.
No.39 Major Earthquake Hit New Zealand
No.38 100-yen Disaster Prevention Part 2 -Measure for In-house Safety
No.37 Do you know “Saba Meshi”?
No.36 Tsunami Strikes Japan after Quake in Chile
No.35 Why not try “100-yen disaster-prevention”?
No.34 True or False : Is that a right Earthquake Disaster Prevention?
No.33 Level 6 Quake Hits Shizuoka
No.32 Is my opinion quite different?
No.31 Well prepared means no worries
No.30 Is plastic wrap is just for wrapping food?
No.29 The Iwate-Miyagi Earthquake
No.28 Featured Topic: Earthquake Measures
No.27 Again, please look around your home, to see what can be done to improve earthquake preparedness.
No.26 How to Ensure Your Safety
No.25 "Major Cleaning" for Earthquake Disaster Prevention
No.24 Make your house earthquake-proof and compatible with "the Emergency Earthquake News Flash".
No.23 Earthquake Rocks Niigata, Chuetsu Area.
No.22 A huge earthquake occurred again.
No.21 It is coming.
No.20 Natural power < Prepareduess = Natural phenomenon, Natural power > Prepareduess = Disaster. What it is?
No.19 Toilet in trouble!
No.18 Tsunami comes!
No.17 What is “Morizokun?”
No.15 Frequent earthquake activities. Good earthquake or bad earthquake?
No.14 What is necessary when an earthquake comes?
No.13 Miyagi Earthquake will happen soon!
No.12 Is concrete block fence safe?
No.11 A lesson from the Fukuoka West earthquake.
No.10 Are you well prepared to avoid the falling of furniture?
No.9 When earthquake occurs, tsunami comes!
No.8 What are you going to do when an earthquake hits? -Learning from the Niigata Chuetsu Earthquake.
No.7 Voluntary organization for disaster prevention activities.
No.6 Some points of advice when earthquake happens.
No.5 What can I do in daily life?
No.4 When someone is injured, are you okay?
No.3 The first thing to do when earthquake comes.
No.2 Changing the world in one minute.
No.1 Earthquake, lightning, fire and father.
Local advisors for earthquake disaster prevention, at the fire station
From 2006, public awareness meetings put on by the Sendai Earthquake Disaster Prevention Officer have been held at various fire stations throughout Sendai and area.
For those towns in the area that are interested in inviting the Sendai Earthquake Disaster Prevention Officer, please drop by your local Fire Station for further information.
Disaster reduction section, security and emergency management Office 3-7-1
Kokubun-cho, Aoba-ku, Sendai
Phone : 022-214-3109 Fax : 022-214-8096
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org