Oizumi-machi Comprehensive Disaster-Preparedness Map has been revised..

Oizumi Town has revised a general disaster prevention map which is called “Oizumi-machi Comprehensive Disaster-Preparedness Map”. This map consists of the disaster prevention manual and the revised flood hazard map based on the new flood zone map released.  Please take a look at this and discuss disaster prevention at your office and your home so that you can understand the impact of disasters in your living area. In addition, please use this to check evacuation areas and to do other preparation for the unexpected. 

Oizumi-machi Comprehensive Disaster-Preparedness Map (大泉町総合防災マップ )

Major Revisions

The main revisions to the Oizumi Comprehensive Disaster Prevention Map are as follows. There are no changes to the flood zones (hazard maps) in this revision.

  • New disaster prevention information, including 5 alert levels, My Timeline, etc.
  • Updated information transmission routes from the town
  • Update of the list of evacuation centers (addition of description of priority evacuation centers, removal of the Panasonic Baseball Stadium from the list of designated emergency evacuation sites, etc.)
  • Updated map data, etc.

Whole Packages (一括版)

For the Whole Package of the Oizumi Town Comprehensive Disaster Prevention Map, please refer to the following Oizumi Town Comprehensive Disaster Prevention Map.

Whole Package (一括版) (PDF/14,347KB)

Separate Version (分割版)

For a separate version of the Oizumi Town Comprehensive Disaster Prevention Map, please see each of the following sections.

Oizumi Town Map (Flooding Potential Areas are indicated)

Please refer to the following items for the overall map of Oizumi Town (Flood Potential Areas are indicated) on the Oizumi Town Comprehensive Disaster Prevention Map.

Outline of Oizumi Town Comprehensive Disaster Prevention Map 

How to Collect Information(Page 3 ~ 4)

The following services are used to disseminate information in the event of a disaster: “Safety and Security Mail”, “Telephone Distribution Service”, “Disaster Prevention Administrative Radio”, and “LINE”. Disaster Prevention Radio” and “LINE” are listed.

5 Levels of Alert (Page 5 ~ 6)

This section provides information on the increasing danger level of disasters and evacuation information using five easy-to-understand alert levels.
Alert Level 3 indicates evacuation of the elderly from dangerous areas, Alert Level 4 indicates evacuation of all people from dangerous areas, and Alert Level 5 indicates that a disaster has occurred or is imminent and safety must be secured immediately.

Evacuation Activity Decision Flow Chart(Pages 7 ~ 8)

This page provides information on “evacuation actions you should take” in the event of a disaster.

My Timeline (Page 9)

When a disaster is about to occur or has occurred, it is important to obtain correct information and take action as soon as possible.
To ensure that you and your family can act without panic in the event of heavy rain, create a “My Timeline” for yourself and your family, and decide in advance what actions you should take.

Quake Map (Page 17 ~ 20)

The map showing the distribution of seismic intensity and damage to buildings that could be expected in the event of an earthquake with a major impact on this town.

List of Evacuation Areas (Page 25 ~ 26)

The following list of evacuation areas in the town is shown.
8 evacuation areas, including 7 elementary and junior high schools in the town and Yosen Kogyo Oizumi-machi Bunka-mura, are prioritized to be opened. The opening status of the evacuation areas will be announced via the “Safety and Security Email” and the Oizumi Town website.

Flood Hazard Map (Page 29 ~ 40)

The flooding estimates are based on the Flood Prevention Law and data published by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (Tone River and Watarase River) and Gunma Prefecture (Kyuhaku River), which are the river administrators.

Preparation and Check list for Emergency Stockpile (Page 41)

Prepare and inspect drinking water, emergency food, tabletop stoves, cooking utensils, etc. on a daily basis in case of an emergency.

Pictograms posted at Evacuation Shelter (Page 42)

Pictograms, which are graphics that provide information on objects, concepts, or conditions without the use of letters or language, are posted to provide information that can be easily understood by the elderly, people with disabilities, foreigners, and others with impaired vision.