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Disaster Prevention Section

Disaster Prevention Section Responsibilities

(1) Fire prevention education:

  1. Conduct fire prevention workshops and community fire prevention education.
  2. Organize the electronic fire prevention of cable TV stations, cinemas, KTV, MTV and radio stations.
  3. Conduct public places, collective housing, community fire prevention and escaping method education.
  4. The city's community women's fire prevention education team assists the Bureau in promoting residential fire prevention and various disaster prevention and publicity activities.

(2) Fire safety inspection (random)

Fire safety inspections are classified as Class A, Class B, Class C, Class D, Class E, Class F, etc. according to the purpose of the “Maintenance Public Safety Plan – Fire Management Section” approved by the Executive Yuan. It is stipulated that fire safety inspections shall be carried out continuously for various types of places. If it is found to be inconsistent with the regulations, it shall be investigated in accordance.

(3) Fire management:

  1. According to Article 13 of the Fire Services Act, the scope of buildings for public use above a certain scale is as follows:
    1. Film screening venues (theatre, cinema), performing arts stage, karaoke, ballroom, night club, club, bowling alley, and sauna.
    2. Barber shop (sightseeing haircut, audio-visual barber shop), Shiatsu massage place, video program with broadcast space (MTV, etc.), video hall singing place (KTV, karaoke, etc.), restaurant, PUB, Club (bar).
    3. International Sightseeing Hotels.
    4. Hotel(hourly hotel), Department stores, supermarkets and amusement parks with the total floor areas of the building are over 500 square meters.
    5. The restaurant with a floor area of more than 300 square meters.
    6. Hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes.
    7. Schools, cram schools or training classes with general floor area of more than 200 square meters.
    8. Factories or institutions with the total floor area of the building are more than 500 square meters, and the number of employees is more than 30.
    9. Other places designated by the central authorities for public use.
  2. Other places designated by the central authorities for public use are as follows:

    [Ministry of the Interior, August 14, 2000, Tai (89) Nei Xiao Zhi No. 8986914]

    1. (TM) A (1) Kindergarten, nursery, and nursery center with a capacity of 30 people (including employees).
    2. (TM) B (2) Dormitory or guest house with a capacity more than 100 people (limited to those having bedroom rooms).
    3. (TM) C (3) Fitness leisure center and billiard room with a floor area more than 500 square meters.
    4. (TM) D (4) Café with a floor area more than 300 square meters.
    5. (TM) E (5) Library and museum with floor areas more than 500 square meters.
    6. (TM) F (6) MRT Station
    7. (TM) F (7) Long-term care institutions, nursing agencies, rehabilitation centers, elderly services (limited to day care, temporary care, short-term protection and placement users), nursing home institutions, post-natal care institutions.
    8. (TM) F (8) High Speed Rail station.

    The building sites for the public that the city shall promote the fire prevention management system; in addition to the counseling of cadres who have the supervision and management responsibilities to receive training as fire management personnel, the city will alos assist the operators to establish and train their own fire teams to achieve their own property management goals.

(4) Flameproof regulation:

According to the first paragraph of Article 11 of the Fire Services Act, carpets, curtains, cloth curtains, display advertising boards and other designated flame-proof items refer to the following items:
  1. Carpets: woven carpets, planted carpets, synthetic fiber carpets, handmade carpets, fully covered carpets, carpet tiles, artificial turf and door mats and floor mats with an area of more than 2 square meters.
  2. Curtains: cloth curtains (including cloth curtains, straight-leaf, horizontal-leaf blinds, roller blinds, separation curtains, thread curtains).
  3. Cloth curtains: Cloth curtains used by the stage or studio.
  4. Display advertising board: advertising display panel for indoor display.
  5. Other designated flame-proof articles: refers to construction canvas with a mesh size of less than 12 mm. Floor carpets: woven carpets, planted carpets, synthetic fiber carpets and artificial turf floor mats.

Places using flameproof items:
Category Site Total floor area of dedicated building for this purpose Remark
(1) Theaters, cinemas, karaoke bars, dance halls, night clubs, clubs, barber shops (sightseeing haircuts, audio-visual barber shops etc.), shiatsu massage venues, video programs with broadcast venues (MTV, etc.), audio-visual singing venues (KTV, etc.), restaurants, bars, club (bar). All  
(2) Bowling alley, billiard room, assembly hall, fitness and leisure center (including beauty and slimming places that provide shiatsu, sauna and other facilities), indoor screen golf driving range, entertainment venues, video games, information and leisure venues. All  
(3) Tourist hotels, hotels, hourly hotels, guest house (limited to those having bedroom rooms). All  
(4) Shopping malls, markets, Department stores, supermarkets, retail markets, exhibition venues. More than 300 square meters.  
(5) Restaurant, eatery, cafe, tea house. More than 300 square meters.  
(6) Medical institutions (hospitals, clinics), rehabilitation centers, long-term care institutions, care agencies, nursing home institutions, elderly services (limited to day care, temporary care, short-term care and placement users), kindergartens, child cares, nursing center, nursing home institutions, post-natal care institutions, mental retardation, deaf, and blind and other special schools. More than 150 square meters. The clinic is limited to those having wards.
(7) Sauna and public bath All  
(8) Libraries, museums, art galleries, exhibition halls, historical archives, memorials and other similar places. More than 500 square meters.  
(9) Cram schools, training classes, study centers, after school (talent) classes, children and juvenile welfare institutions. More than 200 square meters.  
(10) Movie studios, television broadcasts. All  
(11) Buildings under construction (except for residential use or its affiliated buildings outside the urban planning area) and other work items (such as station platform ceilings, storage tanks, manufacturing equipment for chemical industrial products). All  

(5) Strengthening public safety inspection education:

In order to enhance the public safety inspection knowledge and legal knowledge of firefighters, the Bureau conducts public safety inspections every six months to enhance the firefighters' legal knowledge and fire safety inspection knowledge.

(6) Management of dangerous goods:

To promote the safety of manufacturing, packaging, storage, sale and disposal of public dangerous goods, flammable high-pressure gas and gas water heaters in accordance with the "Standards and Safety Management Measures for Public Dangerous Goods and Flammable High Pressure Gases".

(7) Inspection report:

Continue to strengthen the requirements of the operators to handle the inspection and declaration operations; the Bureau designates the inspection team from time to time to conduct random inspection so as to maintain fire safety equipment in usable condition.


Schedule for inspection and maintenance of various types of places:
Category Classification of various types of uses Filing deadline
Class A
(Item 1~3)
Theaters, cinemas, karaoke bars, dance halls, night clubs, clubs, barber shops (sightseeing haircuts, audio-visual barber shops etc.), shiatsu massage venues, video programs with broadcast venues (MTV, etc.), audio-visual singing venues (KTV, etc.), restaurants, bars, club (bar). Every year before March and September
Bowling alley, billiard room, assembly hall, fitness and leisure center (including beauty and slimming places that provide shiatsu, sauna and other facilities), indoor screen golf driving range, entertainment venues, video games, information and leisure venues. Tourist hotels, hotels, hotels (hourly hotel), guest house (limited to those having bedroom rooms). (including the pilgrim building of the temple)
Class A
(Item 4~7)
Shopping malls, markets, Department stores, supermarkets, retail markets, exhibition venues. Every year before May and November
Restaurant, eatery, cafe, tea house.
Medical institutions (hospitals, clinics), rehabilitation centers, long-term care institutions, care agencies, nursing home institutions, elderly services (limited to those providing day care, temporary care, short-term care and placement users), kindergartens, child cares, nursing center, nursing home institutions, post-natal care institutions, mental retardation, deaf, and blind and other special schools. (Including the disability service welfare center, postpartum care center) sauna and public bath.
Class B
(Item 1~3)
Station, airport building, ship waiting room. Every year before March
Futures brokerage, stock exchanges, financial institutions. Children's and adolescent welfare institutions, school classrooms, cram schools, training classes, study centers, and after school (talent) classes. (including comic rental store, school activity center)
Class B
(Item 4~6)
Libraries, museums, art galleries, exhibition halls, historical archives, memorials and other similar places. Every year before May
Temples, ancestral halls, churches, spiritual (ashes) towers and other similar places.
Offices, shooting ranges, clinics, elderly service organizations other than item six of the previous paragraph, and elderly and cultural institutions. (including pure beauty slimming places)
Class B
(Item 7~9)
Collecting houses and hosting houses. Every year before September
Gymnasium, activity center.
Indoor ice rink, indoor pool.
Class B;
(Item 10~12)
Movie studios, television broadcasts. Every year before November
Warehouse, furniture display and sales.
Kindergarten, nursery school.
Class C Telecommunications machine room. Every year before May
Auto repair factory, aircraft repair shop, hangar.
Indoor parking spaces and indoor parking spaces that are legally attached to buildings.
Class D High, moderate, and low-risk workplaces. Every year before November
Class E Among the composite buildings, there are those for the purpose of category A. For filing the entire building, every year before November
A composite use building for purposes of class B, C and D other than the previous item. For filing the entire building, every year before November
Underground building. Every year before November
Class F Forest farms, mass transit vehicles. Every year before May
Class G Other places approved by the central t authorities. Every year before May
Disaster Rescue Section

Disaster Rescue Section Responsibilities

  1. Disaster rescue planning and management.
  2. Fire water source maintenance and management.
  3. Purchase all kinds of disaster relief equipment, equipment and fire fighting vehicles.
  4. The use of civil power.

Current work focus

(1) Improving disaster rescue capabilities:

  1. Enrich fire vehicles and equipment.
  2. Enrich chemical disaster equipment and equipment.
  3. Strengthen special disaster search and rescue training.
  4. Strengthen drowning prevention and rescue measures.

(2) Enriching the fire water source:

The existing fire water source in the city is listed in the file. Each fire-fighting area checks the fire water source in the area of responsibility at least once a month. If the fire hydrant is damaged or faulty, immediately notify the water company to repair it as soon as possible. At the same time, the location of the fire hydrant is required for the survey and the provision of additional fire hydrant should use dedicated funds to enrich the fire water source and facilitate firefighting and disaster relief.

(3) "Chiayi City Volunteer Firefighter Organization Manpower Enrichment and Equipment mid-term Project"

The problems and dilemmas facing the current volunteer firefighter organization in this city are as follows:
  1. Man power aging and skill gap: Due to the rapid urban development and social changes in Taiwan, the young ethnic group has difficulties in joining the volunteer firefighter organization due to factors such as the need for further studies, heavy work, lack of incentives and restrictions imposed by laws and regulations, and Chiayi City is not exception. If we are unable to expand the recruitment of young people as soon as possible, the future volunteer firefighter force of the city will be quickly aging.
  2. The proportion of people who can cooperate with the fire brigade is low: According to the statistics of April, 2015, the total number of volunteer firefighters in the city is 728, and the number of people actual assisted the missions is 277, the ratio is 38%, which is lower than the national average (44%).
  3. The professional ability is limited to single ability: the professional ability of the city's volunteer firefighters is still mainly based on fire rescue. However, the city is located in high-potential areas such as earthquakes and windstorms. The jurisdiction also has dangerous waters, and the professional capabilities cannot correspond to the disaster characteristics of the jurisdiction.
  4. Equipment and equipment need to be replaced and enriched: the equipment of the city's volunteer firefighters is mainly used for firefighting, but the annual cost of replacement and enrichment is declining year by year, therefore the equipment cannot be effectively enriched. Due to the lack of the equipment for the disaster potential of the city (earthquake, windstorm, and flood), the demand for special equipment will be replenished by setting up a "functional type of elimination".

In order to solve the above-mentioned problems, the Bureau plans to strengthen volunteer firefighter organization’s manpower, training and equipment to enhance organizational capability, achieve qualitative improvement and quantity improvement, and strengthen the overall disaster prevention and coordination effectiveness to meet future disaster relief needs.

Emergency Rescue Section

Emergency Rescue Section Responsibilities

  1. Planning and implementation of emergency injury and patient rescue system.
  2. Planning and implementation of ambulance technology.
  3. Planning and implementation of assisting a large number of injured patients.
  4. Emergency ambulance operation planning, supervision, and assessment.
  5. Contact and coordination of health care institutions.

Current work focus

(1) Planning and implementation of the responsible emergency ambulance area.

(2) Emergency ambulance coverage:

According to Article 3 of the "Regulations for Emergency Medical Services", the scope of emergency ambulance services:
  1. Emergency rescue due to disasters or accidents.
  2. Roadside injured people who are unable to act.
  3. Expectant women.
  4. Other emergency patients.

(3) Number of ambulances and number of ambulance personnel:

There are 6 detachments in this Bureau, and the total number of ambulance vehicles is 16; there are 9 senior ambulance technical specialists and 105 intermediate ambulance technical specialists.

(4) Number of first aids and number of people:

In the year of 2012, the number of emergency ambulances missions was about 13,649, and the number of emergency rescued people was about 11,755.

(5) Vigorously handle the training, re-training and volunteer training of ambulance technical specialists at all levels to improve the quality of ambulance.

(6) Actively enrich various ambulance equipment (consumables) materials.

(7) Planning to set up an emergency rescue implementation plan for special accidents and perform exercises (practice) accordingly.

(8) Training emergency ambulance training assistants and training seed instructors.

(9) Strengthen the quality assessment of emergency ambulance services.

(10) Promote the education and implementation of emergency ambulance education.

(11) Production of ambulance vests, armbands and badges.

(12) Unify the appearance mark of the "119" fire ambulance.

Fire Investigation Section

Fire Investigation Section Responsibilities

  1. Investigation, forensics, statistics, and analysis of fire causes.
  2. Issue of fire certificate.

Current work focus

(1) Investigation of the cause of the fire scene:

  1. According to the provisions of Article 26 of the Fire Services Act, the municipal or county (city) fire services units may, in order to investigate and identify the cause of fire, send personnel to the relevant sites to investigate and take and preserve relevant evidence and inquire about relevant personnel.
  2. At the time of each fire incident, the Bureau informs the officers of the Command Section to go to the fire site. The duty officer listens to the radio at any time to grasp the information of the fire in the jurisdiction.
  3. The fire cause investigation and fire certificate are all sent to the police for reference before the deadline required by the Fire Services Act. If it is suspected of arson, the Section will transfer the case to the police for investigation at the fastest speed to grasp the timing of solving the case.
  4. Continue to build archives of fire cases, strengthen case analysis to provide reference for fire prevention work and strengthen people's fire prevention concepts and awareness, and reduce the incidence of fires to the goal of zero-disaster cities.

(2) Complete the analysis of the causes of fire and countermeasures:

  1. Collect information on various situations of fire, use various academic and practical experiences in firefighting to analyze and assess, and find out the correct cause of fire.
  2. Regularly publish the fire statistical analysis data to yield a positive publicity effect.
  3. Establish a fire case database to ensure the integrity and correctness of the data.
  4. Case studies based on fire categories are published online to increase public awareness of fire prevention.

(3) Improving the investigation ability and professionalism of fire causes:

  1. The Section actively involves in the training of fire investigation and forensic personnel organized by the National Fire Agency:
    1. "Fire Cause Investigation and Forensic Training Course".
    2. "Fire Cause Investigation and Forensic Expertise Training Course".
    3. "Strengthening the Fire Investigator's Expert Testimony Seminar".
    4. "On job training workshop on fire cause investigation and forensics".
    5. "Fire Evidence Forensic Training Course".
  2. The manpower for the investigation of fire causes in the Section is in line with the qualifications listed in the “Extra Pay to Dangerous Jobs Form for Criminal Identification, Explosives Treatment and Fire Causes Investigation and Identification Personnel” issued by the Executive Yuan. The training period for responsibilities and experience is more than six months. To ensure the inheritance of fire investigation experience.

(4) Actively strengthen arson control:

  1. In order to curb the increasingly serious arson, the Section has in-depth understanding of the current analysis of arson causes and the arsonist psychology, and provides time and methods for arson statistics to the police so as to ensure the effectiveness and safeguard the lives and property of the people.
  2. In the case of arson in the jurisdiction, the police will be immediately notified to send personnel to participate in the investigation and to produce a fire cause investigation and fire certificate to increase the chance of solving the case.
  3. The Section files all arson cases. Monthly statistical analysis of arson locations and tactics are sent to the police for investigation and prevention reference.

(5) Planning and setting up the city's fire forensic committee:

  1. According to Article 27 of the Fire Services Act, the municipal or county (city) government may employ representatives of relevant units and experts and scholars to set up a fire forensic committee to investigate and identify the cause of the fire; its organization shall be determined by the municipal (county) government.
  2. The Section establishes guidelines according to the provisions of the city's fire forensic committee, and the city's experts and scholars are hired as forensic members. Relevant regulations are revised in a timely manner to make the organization's regulations and operation method better.
  3. Strengthening the assistance of fire victims (households):
    According to the "Caring for Fire Victims (Households) Project Execution Plan" and "Enhance Fire Disaster Victims (households) Service Work Execution Plan", the Section prints "Fire Scene Victims Care Guide" and "Chiayi City Fire Victims Rights Advocacy Card" to educate people at the scene of the fire to provide relevant laws and regulations for fire related persons, coordination with investigation items, fire site cleaning time, application for fire certificate, documentation, process, purpose of use and application locations, etc. to facilitate the victims (households) to know what to follow as well as contact the victims to receive assistance and replacement.
Disaster Relief and Rescue Section

Disaster Relief and Rescue Section Responsibilities

  1. Accept the report processing.
  2. Dispatch detachment operations.
  3. Coordination and communication.
  4. Communicate the notification work.
  5. Registration and recording.
  6. Supervision and management operations.
  7. Statistics on the number of fires and ambulances.
  8. Inspector work.
  9. Information work.
  10. Radio communications management.

Current work focus

  1. Strengthen information and communications efficiency.
  2. Implement the service supervision function.
  3. Continue to implement the service measures for the people.

Future prospects

  

Combine the city's urban planning numerical aerial survey topographic map and digital urban planning map data to integrate the 119 report system so as to display the map icon and location when accepting the report. Via geographic information system (GIS) provide maps for service dispatching to reduce human error, so that disaster relief and ambulance dispatch can quickly reach the scene to protect people's lives and property.

Personnel Office

Personnel Office Responsibilities

1. Organization:

The Bureau has disaster prevention section, disaster rescue section, disaster management section, emergency rescue section, education and training section, fire investigation section, disaster relief command section, administration section, vehicle maintenance works, personnel office, ethics office, accounting office, first fire brigade, the second fire brigade, etc. The first fire brigade has three branches: the first, Dean, and Hunei; the second fire brigade has the jurisdiction of four branches: Lantan, the second, Houhu, and East District.

2. Staffing:

One director, one deputy director and one secretary; eight section chiefs, three office chiefs, two commanders, two deputy commanders, twenty-one staff members, two technical specialists, seven branch heads, and 30 team leaders; three assistant technical specialists, three clerks, one associate clerk, 204 firefighters, and a total of 292.

3. Personnel office responsibilities:

Handling the organization, duties, staffing, personnel management, examination and assignment, appointment and dismissal, reviewing dynamics, secondment of part-time, part-time work, leave and absence, performance review, reward and punishment, merits and praises, training, digital learning, service law and guarantees, going abroad, pays, living allowance, vacation subsidy, housing purchase assistance, birthday party, cultural and recreational association, recreational sports, health check, government insurance, health insurance, disabled condolences due to mission, retirement, pension, severance pay, communications materials, personnel information systems, honors list, and sequential convention.

Accounting Office

Accounting Office Responsibilities

The accounting office of the Bureau has one accountant chief and two staff members to implement the government administrative reform, promote the computerization of accounting tasks and strengthen the internal audit function of the Bureau and the convenience payment method for time-limited payment. The responsibilities are as follows:

1. Accounting:

  1. Planning and compilation of annual unit budget (presumption).
  2. Review of the expenses and budget and expenditure vouchers.
  3. Suggestions on financial efficiency and reduction of non-economic expenditures.
  4. Compilation and announcement of accounting reports.
  5. Clearance of various prepayments.
  6. The collection and payment of accounts receivable, custody, collection, and charge d'affaires.
  7. The compilation of retained annual funding applications.
  8. Binding and keeping of accounting books and extra budgetary vouchers.
  9. The preparation of the final accounts of the unit.

2. Statistics:

  1. Management of official statistics.
  2. Review and reminder to the responsible unit of statistical forms.
  3. Compilation and management of the official statistical report program.
  4. Compilation of statistical books and so on.

3. Other:

  1. In accordance with the relevant provisions of the accounting law and internal auditing and handling standards, the office will handle written auditing matters at any time, and conduct on-site inspections with relevant units on a regular or irregular basis to strengthen the financial order of the Bureau and strengthen internal control functions.
  2. The implementation schedules of the various work plans of this Bureau are presented on a quarterly basis as a reference for the improvement of the tasks of various units under the Bureau.
  3. Handle tasks assigned by superior officers.
Accounting Office Tel: +886-5-2716660 ext. 371.372-373 Fax: +886-5-2715381
Ethics Office

Ethics Office Responsibilities

According to the regulations governing the establishment of ethics personnel, the office responsibilities are as follows:
  1. Education of against corruption and social participation.
  2. Against corruption decrees, development, promotion and implementation of preventive measures.
  3. Formulation, coordination and promotion of the recommendations for a clean government.
  4. Property declaration of government officials, conflict of interest avoidance and ethics related tasks.
  5. The handling of corrupt and illegal matters related to the authorities.
  6. Investigate tasks with the tendency of corruption.
  7. Handling and coordination of official secret maintenance of the authorities.
  8. Handling and coordination of agency security maintenance.
  9. Other related ethics matters.

Reporting corruption

Acceptance of complaints: For procurement cases involving bid collusion and bid rigging, public officials accepting bribes or other improper interests, using the opportunity to swindle property, receiving commission from maintenance and construction procurement, improper banquet entertainment and other illegal matters, etc. We welcome staffers and the public to actively report the above-mentioned wrong doings.

  1. Acceptance of the call: +886-5-2716660 ext. 381, 382
  2. Fax: +886-5-2718316
Administrative Section

Administrative Section Responsibilities

  1. Document receiving and dispatching, file management, printing management, document proofreading, review, reminder, and data inquiry.
  2. Cashier management, employee salaries and deductions for various grants, petty cash and financial management, bookkeeping report business, and cabinet inventory.
  3. Property and item management.
  4. Research, development and evaluation, comprehensive planning, legal system, national compensation, follow-up inspection of major cases, people's appeal cases, administrative development, executive meetings, and preparations for Bureau meetings, etc.
  5. Procurement cases, outsourcing, labor and other related tasks as stipulated in the procurement law.
  6. General administrative management, security management, water and electricity management, energy conservation and carbon reduction, uniform distribution, environmental education, self-defense firefighting organization.
  7. Green beautification, resource recovery, health management, logistics management, and renovation of the office.
  8. Assembly and festival task.
  9. Mechanics, workers management, service and labor management.

Current work focus

  1. Cooperate with the execution of the annual budget of each unit of the deaprtment and the procurement of subsidies from the higher authorities (Chiayi City Government, Fire Agency of the Ministry of the Interior).
  2. In conjunction with the promotion of the e-government policy, the Disaster Relief Command Section of the Bureau will inform the news (the latest news of this Bureau), the legal system (fire decrees), official documents, files, cashiers, procurement, property and other management services by the information technology.
  3. Improve the professional skills of fire logistics, maintenance and procurement, and establish standard operating procedures and management systems.
Education and Training Section

Education and Training Section Responsibilities

In order to engage in active firefighting and disaster relief and fire hazard search and rescue missions, special firefighters are selected to participate in professional firefighting skills training to cultivate human life rescue skills, tactics and special disaster handling capabilities and enhance firefighting power and strengthen disaster relief! Section Responsibilities:

  1. En masse training.
  2. New (transferred) personnel pre-employment training program.
  3. Individual training (including physical training execution plan, individual training performance table).
  4. Rescue team training and semi-annual test.
  5. Police university students summer training.
  6. Winter and summer training for police college students.
  7. Recommend students for fire junior cadre officer class.
  8. Examination and selection tasks (police university, police college, two-year technical school, advanced training group).
  9. Alternative military service pre-employment training.
  10. Counseling police special test implementation plan, police special test practical training.
  11. Driving training (small passenger cars, large trucks, buses, and trailers).
  12. Annual training program, production of annual calendar.
  13. Annual education and training task supervision program.
  14. Combined training (including assessment supervision plan).
  15. The firefighter and volunteer firefighter model selection the commendation activities.
  16. Diving training and recurrent training.
  17. Life-saving in the water, drowning rescue drills.
  18. Boat training.

Recruitment and admissions information:

  1. Central Police University
  2. Taiwan Police College
Disaster Management Section

Disaster Management Section Responsibilities

  1. Planning and promotion of disaster prevention and rescue system.
  2. Disaster prevention meeting.
  3. Planning and construction of the disaster notification system.
  4. Planning and operation of disaster response centers.
  5. Preparation and management of disaster prevention resources.

Current work focus

  1. Strengthen the city's disaster prevention and rescue system.
  2. Conduct disaster prevention drills before the flood season.
  3. Regularly conduct disaster prevention task personnel training.
  4. Implement the investigation of the disaster.
  5. Strengthen disaster prevention education task.
 
Last Update : 2019-01-10