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What To Do In The Event Of An Earthquake

 

 

 

 

During an Earthquake


IF YOU ARE IN THE CHURCH

  1. CROUCH DOWN, KEEP YOUR POSTURE AS LOW AS POSSIBLE, AND PROTECT YOUR HEAD WITH A HELMET OR YOUR BAG.
    • If you are seated, please wear the helmets provided inside the church.
    • If you are standing, keep your head away from the stained-glass window, crouch down and protect your head with your bag.
  2. THE MAIN CHURCH IS UNLIKELY TO COLLAPSE. HOWEVER, PLEASE BE CAREFUL AS IT IS POSSIBLE FOR STAINED GLASS, WINDOW GLASS, LIGHTING FIXTURES, ETC. TO BREAK OR DETACH AND FALL. LET US BE AWARE OF FALLING DEBRIS, FLYING OBJECTS, AND GLASS.

IF YOU ARE IN A ROOM OR A HALL

  1. KEEP YOUR POSTURE LOW AND WATCH OUT FOR MOVEMENT OF CHAIRS AND DESKS.
  2. BE CAREFUL OF FALLING OBJECTS, FLYING DEBRIS AND GLASS.
  3. GO UNDER A DESK OR A TABLE AND PROTECT YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR BAG OR OTHER BELONGINGS.

 

After an Earthquake

IF YOU GO OUTSIDE IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE SHAKING STOPS, IT MAY INDUCE PANIC AND INCREASE THE RISK OF SECONDARY DAMAGE. THEREFORE, THE BASIC RESPONSE IMMEDIATELY AFTER AN EARTHQUAKE IS TO STAY INDOORS (In the church, meeting rooms or hall).

PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS WHEN MOVING OUT THE MAIN CHURCH

 

 

Three quick steps for protection from an earthquake (Shakeout)


Disasters come suddenly! Let’s raise our disaster prevention awareness and prepare for disasters on a daily basis!

 

Church’s Disaster Response After an Earthquake

MONDAY TO SATURDAY

  • The church collects disaster information and informs you of the upcoming response along with the information.
  • Listen to various information from the church and decide whether you follow the church’s instructions or you decide what to do next.

SUNDAY

  • On Sundays, since a large number of people are gathered in the church, please stay where you are until you are guided.
  • Listen to various information from the church and decide whether you follow the church’s instructions or you decide what to do next.

 

Church’s Disaster Support And Temporary Shelters

 

  • If transportation is expected to be restored within a few hours, disaster support will be provided accordingly to those who remain at the church.
  • If transportation is not expected to be restored for more than 24 hours, the Church and the St. Joseph Hall will be operated as temporary shelters for those who have difficulty returning home.
  • The temporary shelters for people who have difficulty returning home are places where people can live together as evacuees in accordance with the rules of operation based on mutual assistance.
  • In this case, please cooperate with the registration of evacuees, preparation for facility operation, allocation of rooms by gender, restroom usage restrictions, distribution of stockpiled food, various facility operations and care for the elderly and vulnerable.

 

Chiyoda Ward Disaster Response

 

  • If you can ensure your personal safety, stay at your current location.
  • If the current location is dangerous, move to Sophia University Ground (Disaster Evacuation Site).

 

 

 

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