一般社団法人 地域社会継続研究所 Community Emergency Management Institute Japan (CEMIJ) 

一般社団法人 地域社会継続研究所は、2012年12月に登記、新設された公益を目的とする団体です。災害に強いまちづくりのために、内外で災害対応に関する研究や実践活動を行います。特に、市民と大学や行政との協力、また、地域における共助を通じた災害対応について、今後提案やアイディアを国際協力活動などを通じて広く普及します。海外のパートナー団体や支部とネットワークし、世界の英知を共有します。本ブログはCEMIJ活動を広報するものです。 事務局:375-0012 群馬県藤岡市下戸塚374-1 代表理事 中山 友紀(090-1790-1841)emergency_management360@cemij.org    / communityemergencymanagement@gmail.com

Last TAGANA Disaster Response Training for the Year 2015 in Indonesia

The last training program was held in November for the year of 2015 in Indonesia. CEMIJ instructors provided a regular disaster response and management training to the TAGANA members in Sentul city, Indonesia. Also, the Ministry of Social Affairs and CEMIJ attempted to integrate a drone tech. in its situational awareness activity in order to capture multi-dimentional information on the disaster affected areas.

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High Level Officials of the Ministry of Social Affairs (MOSA), Indonesia Visited CEMIJ

The team of high level officials including 2 director generals, visited CEMIJ and observed its activities as well as having meetings with the Japanese governmental departemnts in October 2016. The team also visited the National Shinshu University and had a meeting with academic experts who are specialized in dissater stress management.

CEMIJ staff provided safety, security and coordinating escoert to the team during their stay in Japan.
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ICS Practical Training in Indonesia

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Author: Hitoshi Igarashi, CEMIJ CIMG5877
Copyright: 9-1-1 Magazine,
Feature Content Date: 2014-04-10 Share |

Indonesia is one of the most disaster prone nations within ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) member states. In 2004, the earthquake generated in the north-eastern side of Banda Ache triggered a huge tsunami which affected several Asian countries and the east coast of Africa. About 200,000 people are believed to have died from the tsunami. The Community Emergency Management Institute Japan (CEMIJ) is based in Japan, with close ties to the California Fire Chiefs Association, Communications Section (9-1-1 Magazine editor Randall Larson and CFCA ICS instructor and public safety communications consultant Don Stabler are technical advisors to the CEMIJ). The organization has been working with the Indonesian government, local CERT (“TAGANA” in local Bahasa language), and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Jakarta to enhance the command and communication capabilities of first-responder and search & rescue resources in that country and promote advanced disaster planning and emergency management before the next earthquake and tsunami. CEMIJ visited the California Mobile Command Center Rally in 2012 and gained valuable knowledge about alternatives to the fixed EOCs found in many Asian countries. During the Japanese earthquake and tsunami of March 2011 (3/11, as it is known in Japan), the majority of fixed EOCs in the affected areas became inoperable. CEMIJ introduced the concept of field mobile command and control centers along with the use of incident command system (ICS), enhanced by a disaster training program held from March 24 to April 5, 2014, for the Indonesia CERT and NGOs. The advantage of utilizing a mobile command and control centers at the training program was disseminated successfully. Among the overall goals of the CEMIJ is introducing the effective use of command and communication vehicles in disasters as one method to increase capability of gathering status information from devastated areas. This objective enabled the CEMIJ to invite 9-1-1 Magazine editor Randall Larson (also a long-time field communications and mobile command center leader) to Japan last summer to provide training in CERT and mobile command post operations to the fire departments of Kobe, Tokyo, and Narita Airport that was very well received by these agencies. CEMIJ plans to continue to provide training assistance and mobile command, coordination, and communication center consulting to public safety responders throughout the ASEAN. Hitoshi Igarashi founded the Community Emergency Management Institute Japan. Through the university research offices he associates with in Japan, Mr. Igarashi is attempting to introduce the effective use of command and communication vehicles in disasters as one method to increase capability of gathering status information from devastated areas. In addition, he is doing research to design a command and communication vehicle for government agencies with fewer resources in developing countries. Mr. Igarashi will be teaching on lessons learned from the Japanese 3/11 disaster at the California Mobile Command Center Rally on May 7th in Sacramento, CA. - People, Places & Things/9-1-1magazine.com (via CEMIJ, 4/10/14)

Article appeared:  http://www.9-1-1magazine.com/Igarashi-CEMIJ-Indonesia--CERT-ICS-Training

Indonesia TAGANA Disaster Response Training

CEMIJ dispatched 4 experts from Japan to Indonesia for providing technical support in the TAGANA disaster response skill training program from August 30 to September 04, followed by several meetings with the Ministry of Social Affairs, the Asia Muslim Charity Foundation and other humanitarian organizations in Indonesia.

An incident command system was integrated in the training process from the beginning in order for the training participants to be familiar with the system as they require using it in a simulation drill at the endo of training.

The training was tough in deed, waking them up two times in the middle of nights as part of emergency assembly training. All 60 participants have successfully obtained a national certification of disaster response skill required for maintaining a TAGANA member status.
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TAGANA Training 2015/8-9 (四日目)-深夜

総合演習の班分け、分担決めが夜10時ごろまでかかり、就寝時間もあまりとれなかったはずですが
夜間招集の訓練が行われました。
訓練生には事前に知らされていません。

午前3時半にサイレンを鳴らし、運動場へ集合するように招集がかかります。
招集後は駆け足にて整列、点呼。
遅れてくると、容赦なく、やり直しや腕立てが命じられます。
訓練生には厳しいものとなりました。

実は、三日目にも同様の訓練が行われており、よもや2日連続で実施されるとは思っていなかったでしょう。しかし、実際の災害は、いついかなる状況で繰り返し発生するとも限りません。
 
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