0520 Central Emergency Operation Center (CEOC) for the Heavy Rain The 1st Work Report
II. Location: Central Emergency Operation Center (CEOC)
III. Host: Deputy Commanding Officer Zeng Wen-sheng Minutes Taker: Zheng Yuan-kang
IV. News & Announcements: N/A
V. Instructions from the Commanding Officer:
- 1.Considering the recent heavy rains have made the soil and rocks in the mountainous areas loosened, and the risk of slope disasters has been greatly increased, the Evacuation and Resettlement Group shall monitor the rainfall situation, supervise the implementation of preventive evacuation by various county and city governments, and do a good job in resettlement of refugees. In particular, evacuation measures shall be implemented as early as possible for the evacuation of vulnerable groups.
- 2.The Disaster Monitoring Group and the Water, Electricity and Life Maintenance Group shall continue to monitor and grasp the relevant disaster information. In addition, for the low-lying and flood-prone areas in the southwestern coastal areas, the local government will conduct necessary measures to ensure that the functions of the flood control and drainage system and the underground drainage system are normal for smooth drainage. Meanwhile, pumping machines, pumping stations and flood control materials shall be deployed in advance, and flexible maneuvering of pumping equipment shall be conducted according to the actual rainfall situation to timely serve the needs of the local government.
- 3.The Transport Engineering Group shall continue to strengthen the alert measures against the vulnerable roads in the mountainous areas of central and southern Taiwan, and coordinate with the local government to implement early warning road closures.
- 4.Each functional group must actively inform the local government of the relevant warning information, especially in the counties and cities of central and southern Taiwan, and continue to use the multiple channels to actively release early warning messages to the public.
- 5.This morning, the front caused flooding in northern Taiwan. At present, as the rain subsides, the Water, Electricity and Life Maintenance Group shall actively assist the local government in accelerating drainage. Meanwhile, in some areas, power outages caused by fallen power cables shall also be repaired as soon as possible in order to restore the normal life of the people as early as possible.