How to prepare for disaster Information you need to prepare for disasters

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National Disaster Management Institute
How to
prepare for disaster
Information you need to prepare for disasters
How to
locate
shelters
Shelters are the facilities that protect lives under disaster or war situations.
You need to be aware of the location of the shelters near you at all times
●Major shelters
: Schools, public buildings, Metro stations, Underground parking lots, etc.
• Flood and fire : Evacuate school and public buildings
• War : Subway stations, underground shopping malls, underground parking lots
●National Disaster & Safety Exercise
• Safe Korea Exercise
- This exercise is prepared to increase the disaster response capabilities in cases of natural disasters including typhoon,
earthquake, tsunami and human-induced disasters.
- It is organized by the National Emergency Management Agency(NEMA) and Central Safety Management Committee.
- It takes place once a year for two days (dates are determined by NEMA).
- It is mainly an evacuation exercise.
• Civil Defense Exercise
- The goal of this exercise is to protect and lives of general public from the enemy's armed invasion or natural disasters.
- It takes place on the fifteenth day of every month. (if the 15th day falls on a weekend or holiday, it happens on the next
day.)
- Components : Evacuation drill, traffic control, locating shelters, radio broadcasting
(Listen to the radio during the exercise, Do not leave the car idling)
To find shelters near you, go to http://safekorea.go.kr
To download the mobile application for disaster vulnerable
National Disaster Information Center ▶ Civil Protection
people, go to http:// play.google.com/store
▶ Facilites ▶ Equipment ▶ CBRN ▶ Emergency
Google Play Store ▶
Facilities ▶ Select Area and facilities
Disaster Prepardness Information App
Major Signs
Exit
Do not
enter
Fire
extinguisher
No crossing
Danger
No
passing
Under
construction
Railroad
Speed limit
Bus lane
One way
left turn
on a greeen
light
without
arrow
crosswalk
Bicycle
Child zone
School
zone
■How to prepare for natural disasters
• Earthquake – Wait at a safe place until it stops
• Thunder – Flee to the nearest buildings
• Typhoon – Flee to higher land if your area is inundated
• Torrential rain – Check the drainage before rainfalls
• Tsunami – Flee to higher land
• Yellow dust – Wear long sleeves, masks and protective glasses
• Snow storm – Clean up the snow as often as possible and use public transportation
Emergency Kit (Must Have)
Drinking water (4 liters of water per person per
day for at least three days)
Non-perishable food supply for three days
Portable radio,
Flashlight and Extra batteries
Emergency kit
Dusk mast, large vinyl sheet, Tape
Wet tissue, Garbage bag, Vinyl string
Cutting equipment
Local map
Emergency charger
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unter
Over theicco
med ine
Over the counter medicine is for minor injuries in nonemergency.
These include pain killer, antacid, laxative, digestive, sterile
Fever, Headache,
Painkiller
(jintongjae)
Tyrenol
Penzal
Smecta
Jungrowhan
Almagel
Gelphose
bandages, antibiotic ointment, burn ointment, various sizes of
Band-Aid.
You can get information on the right medications and drugs
Anti-diarrhea
(jisajae)
with same effects at the pharmacy.
Pronounce the words in the parentheses to order your medicine.
Antacid
(jaesanjae)
Emergency Kit(recommended)
Prescription drug
Milk powder, Dipers
Pet food
First-aid guide
Clothes
Important documents
including bank statements
Sleeping bag, blanket
Fire extinguisher
Necessities for women
Portable cookware
Lighter
Pens
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Laxatives
(beanbiyak)
Antibiotic ointment
(hangsengjae yango)
Vico Green
Dolko Rocks
Pepticdia
(sawhajae)
Husidin
Bactroban
Madecasol
Nobason
Bad doctor
DaeilBand
Burns
(whasang yango)
Beajae
Wahystal
Hemostasis
(boongdae)
Protect Cuts
(band)
Bandage
Emergency / Useful telephone number
Type
Telephone number
Department/Agency
Fire emergency call
119
Fire department
Terrorism
119 / 112
Fire department / Police department
Inquiries for public affairs
110
Government assistance
General inquirers for Seoul
120
Seoul Dasan call center
Emergency interpreter assistance
1330
Korea tourism organization TT call
Immigration office
1345
Immigration contact center/Immigration
Volunteer interpreter assistance
1588-5644
BBB korea
Foreign worker assistance
1644-0644
Korean foreign assistance support center
Counseling for Migrant women
1577-1366
Migrants women support center
Counseling for migrants
1577-5432
Danuri call center
Gas accident
1544-4500
Korean gas safety coorpration
Highway information
1588-2505
Korea highway corporation
Railroad information
1544-7788
Korea railway customer center
Environmental pollution
128
Ministry of environment
Women abuse(Domestic violence)
1366
Ministry of gender equality and family
Child abuse
1577-1391/129
School violence victim assistance center
Youth emergency phone
1388
National child protection center
School violence
117
School/women violence victim support center
Water supply failure
121
Water supply
Power outage
123
Korea electric power corporation
Useful information on disaster prepardness and safety
Homepage Name
Address
Organization
National Disaster Information Center
http://www.safekorea.go.kr/
National Emergency Management Agency
Multilingual Disaster Information Web
http://www.safefirst.kr/
National Disaster Management Institute
Weather Forecast
http://www.kma.go.kr/
Korea Meteorological Agency
Emergency Medical Information
http://www.1339.or.kr/
Central Emergency Medical Center
119
http://www.119.go.kr/
National Emergency Management Agency
Public Assistance Portal
http://cyber112.police.go.kr/
National Police Agency
Public Assistance 24
http://www.minwon.go.kr/
National Public Administration and Security
National Disaster Management Institute

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