Action suggestion algorithm of disaster prevention as a foundation for content development + SONAE algorithm
Unique database of Dentsu Inc., which categorizes from disaster prevention to emergency based on accumulated knowledge on disaster prevention worldwide, is called "+ SONAE Algorithm".
Once information of when, where, and what kind of situation is entered, appropriate content is extracted by subject and theme from approximately 600 findings.
Based on information collected from local governments, broadcasting stations, NPOs, etc., we can produce verified + SONAE content in simple steps. Output is available in both Japanese and English.
suitable for location,time and
purpose from reliable database
+ SONAE Algorithm provides disaster prevention knowledge based on information collected from the national government, local governments, companies, NGOs/NPOs, educational institutes, etc.
All knowledge and information is sourced clearly so that reliability can be assessed.
Through + SONAE algorithm, customers can experience providing knowledge optimized for their environment, situation and needs.
- Place Workplace - Factory
- Time zone Daytime
- Disaster Earthquake
- Place Subway station
- Time zone Daytime
- Disaster Inundation damage
- Place Car
- Time zone Daytime
- Disaster Tsunami
Estimate the scale and nature of the damage caused by a disaster, and assess the degree of impact on the business. Difficult to prioritize measures if all possible risks are assumed. Therefore, the types, scale of disaster risk, and nature of damage that could impede business continuity are estimated in a concrete and scientific manner, taking into account the location and business type of the base, and the events to be assumed are clarified. In addition, the degree of business and financial impact of the occurrence of the event shall be investigated and analyzed, and quantitatively grasped.
To prevent the risk of fire from electricity, turn off any electrical appliances in use and unplug them when they begin to shake.
Do not use indoor wiring and electric appliances soaked in water because they cause a short circuit.
If one of the fallen household goods is switched on, it can cause a fire after electricity supply is restarted. When evacuating, turn off the breaker of the distribution board.
Collect and centralized-manage information on the safety and damage of employees, and establish a system to confirm information as necessary.
[Preparation in advance] Making rules for information aggregation, management, and viewing (systematization)
Each service is available for trial use on the 1st and 15th of each month, January 1 to 3, Disaster Prevention Week (August 30 to September 5), and Disaster Prevention and Volunteer Week (January 15 to 21).
In case of facing a storm or flood outside, stay inside the facility until the disaster is over. As there is a danger of flying objects due to the storm, keep away from the windows without going outside.
Immediately after a disaster occurs, people's minds become blank and their bodies become stiff, making it difficult to make appropriate decisions.
If you jump out of the house, you may be injured by falling objects. Confirm the safety of your family and the inside of your house, surrounding buildings, dangerous materials, and the danger of fire. In order to prevent accidents due to panic, try to act with consideration in crowd without being swayed by inaccurate rumors.
are always carried
To prepare for disasters while you are out, put the minimum necessary emergency goods in your bag.
For instance, cell phone, spare battery, LED light, emergency contact information, identification such as health insurance card (copy), etc. Daily masks, tissues, handkerchiefs, writing utensils, etc. are useful. Sanitary products for women as well.
In principle, evacuate on foot. Depending on the situation, evacuation by car may be necessary.
If you are forced to leave your car on the road and evacuate, do not lock the door, keep the key on, leave contact information in your care, then evacuate with your valuables and vehicle inspection certificate.
If you are evacuating by car, you are likely to be caught in a traffic jam, and in that case, pull over to the left side of the road and stop, then switch to walking.
level 4 or higher
If the car is flooded by Tsunami, stop the car immediately and turn off the engine. Disaster-stricken vehicles may cause a fire due to leakage of electricity from the electric system (engine, headlights, etc.) with salt in seawater.
- Do not turn the engine key suddenly
- Open the bonnet and remove the terminal on the minus side of the battery to prevent contact with the battery
- Do not touch hybrid or electric vehicles unreasonably