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Precaution of Tsunami


Precaution of Tsunami

Tsunami will make human loss and houses damaged in a short time. So, we have to take some precautions such as fleeing and life saving against tsunami. There are some correct, main precautions and emergency measures as below:

Precautions of Tsunami
• To build breakwater, water gate, and plant tsunami control forest to interdict tsunami or lower down the shock wave.
• To build higher breakwater in the joint of ports and city roads. And, to prevent water from the sliding water gate.
• To put objects which easy to cause the pollution in concrete walls with intake gates and outlets, and to prevent wall collapsing from high hydraulic pressure.
• To build shelters which is away from coast in uphill place and to build escapes which is away from river to make the public easily flee.
• To build some tall and solid buildings as shelters in downtown.
• To install billboard including fleeing path and emergency measures in the crowded place.
• To build broadcasting system along the coast to issue tsunami warning and direct how to evacuate and flee.
• Residents live along coast have to take evacuation drill regularly. And, to put knowledge of precaution against disaster into pedagogical materials.
• To educate the public common sense about tsunami. For example, if there are earthquake happened or quickly ebbed, the public should move to uphill place and inland.
 
Emergency Measures of tsunami
• When tsunami happens, the public should follow the steps of evacuation drill to move to shelter.
• When big earthquake happens, the public have to flee to uphill places and notice the massage about tsunami with sense of hardship.
• Tsunami would attack many times and continue for few hours. So, do not slack off before warn removing.
• To build higher breakwater in the joint of ports and city roads. And, to prevent water from the sliding water gate.
• To put objects which easy to cause the pollution in concrete walls with intake gates and outlets, and to prevent wall collapsing from high hydraulic pressure.
• To build concrete buildings and depots as a shield to prevent water flooded.