Public Safety

Heavy Rain: Emergency Response Guidelines

Ministry of the Interior and Safety
		 Emergency Response Guidelines
		 Emergency Response Guidelines Typhoon/ Heavy Rain
		 Safey Area
		 Avoid dangerous places such as flood-prone areas and landslide hazard areas; evacuate to a safe place.
		 Close doors and windows and check weather conditions through TV, radio, and the Internet instead of going out.
		 Do not go near inundation hazard areas such as brooks, streams, and shores, where you may get swept away by the rapids.
		 Hikers in mountains and valleys must evacuate to a safe place rather than go near valleys or slopes.
		 Do not go near construction sites due to falling construction materials.
		 In rural areas, do not go out to check rice paddy levees or inlets for irrigation.

Emergency Response Guidelines

- Cold Wave


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- Heat Wave


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