- 地域安全学会論文集 = Journal of social safety science (ISSN:13452088)
- vol.5, pp.193-202, 2003-11-01
If the Tokai, Tonankai, and Nankai earthquakes occur simultaneously in the first half of the 21^<st> century, the damage would spread over many prefectures. It is indispensable for the prefecture governments in the impacted area, as well as the national government, to establish a standardized emergency response operation system, in order to mobilize the limited resources effectively. "The Basic plan for Disaster Prevention" compiled by the national government serves as the emergency disaster plan for the national government level, as well as the basic requirements to be complied by the emergency response plan compiled by prefecture governments and municipality governments. By employing Flow-chart system as the tool for describing the plan, this paper examined the emergency management section of Basic Plan for Disaster Prevention to identify operational models to be used as the basis for a standardized emergency management system.