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  • 第4回赤十字原子力災害セミナー開催報告
    The Fourth Red Cross Nuclear Disaster Seminar Report

    March 2016 marked the 5th anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami and the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident. In regards to that, the Fourth Red Cross Nuclear Disaster Seminar was held as part of the “Forever remembered” project by the Japanese Red Cross Society (JRCS). During the seminar, the participants explored “What can we do towards the future?” through presentations and a workshop by learning about the status of Fukushima and then looking into what each of the participants should do for disaster preparedness for themselves.

    March 2016 marked the 5th anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami and the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident. In regards to that, the Fourth Red Cross Nuclear Disaster Seminar was held as part of the “Forever remembered” project by the Japanese Red Cross Society (JRCS). During the seminar, the participants explored “What can we do towards the future?” through presentations and a workshop by learning about the status of Fukushima and then looking into what each of the participants should do for disaster preparedness for themselves.

  • 日本赤十字社福島県支部の復興支援事業
    Recovery Program by JRCS Fukushima Chapter

    Five years have passed in March 2016 since the Great East Japan Earthquake and the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident occurred. Funded by the international donations from other sister Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies around the world, the Fukushima Chapter of the Japanese Red Cross Society has been providing various recovery programs with help of related groups/organizations. We organized and summarized the reasons why these activities were necessary, how they started and what kind of challenges emerged while providing these activities, as well as the data for the programs.

    Five years have passed in March 2016 since the Great East Japan Earthquake and the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident occurred. Funded by the international donations from other sister Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies around the world, the Fukushima Chapter of the Japanese Red Cross Society has been providing various recovery programs with help of related groups/organizations. We organized and summarized the reasons why these activities were necessary, how they started and what kind of challenges emerged while providing these activities, as well as the data for the programs.

  • 国際赤十字・赤新月社連盟 の原子力災害への取り組み
    Efforts for nuclear disaster preparedness by the IFRC

    A resolution on “preparedness to respond to the humanitarian consequences of nuclear accidents” was adopted at the 18th General Assembly of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) in November 2011. Since then, the IFRC and relevant National Societies have worked on operationalization of this resolution. This special webpage introduces a series of their efforts made until the 20th IFRC General Assembly which took place in December 2015 and their accomplishments.

    A resolution on “preparedness to respond to the humanitarian consequences of nuclear accidents” was adopted at the 18th General Assembly of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) in November 2011. Since then, the IFRC and relevant National Societies have worked on operationalization of this resolution. This special webpage introduces a series of their efforts made until the 20th IFRC General Assembly which took place in December 2015 and their accomplishments.

  • 第4回原子力災害対策等関係国赤十字社会議
    The Fourth Reference Group Meeting on CBRN Emergency Preparedness

    For five days starting September 7, 2015, the Fourth Reference Group Meeting on Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Emergency Preparedness was held in Berlin, Germany. The meeting was joined by 15 Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the International Committee of the Red Cross and the German government. At the meeting, the final draft of the Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Preparedness and Response Guidelines developed by the IFRC was confirmed. In addition, each group member National Society reported on the CBRN emergency preparedness of the National Society and its country and shared information on related legislation.

    For five days starting September 7, 2015, the Fourth Reference Group Meeting on Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Emergency Preparedness was held in Berlin, Germany. The meeting was joined by 15 Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the International Committee of the Red Cross and the German government. At the meeting, the final draft of the Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Preparedness and Response Guidelines developed by the IFRC was confirmed. In addition, each group member National Society reported on the CBRN emergency preparedness of the National Society and its country and shared information on related legislation.

  • 第3回原子力災害対策関係国赤十字社会議
    The Third Reference Group Meeting on Nuclear & Radiological Emergency Preparedness

    The Japanese Red Cross Society and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) co-hosted The Third Reference Group Meeting on Nuclear & Radiological Emergency Preparedness in Fukushima from October 27 to 30, 2014. The meeting was participated by National Societies from 16 countries, the International Committee of the Red Cross and the IFRC, and they deepened an understanding of the damage from the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, the current situation of the reconstruction and related challenges for nuclear emergency preparedness. Based on that, they discussed the Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Preparedness and Response Guidelines.

    The Japanese Red Cross Society and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) co-hosted The Third Reference Group Meeting on Nuclear & Radiological Emergency Preparedness in Fukushima from October 27 to 30, 2014. The meeting was participated by National Societies from 16 countries, the International Committee of the Red Cross and the IFRC, and they deepened an understanding of the damage from the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, the current situation of the reconstruction and related challenges for nuclear emergency preparedness. Based on that, they discussed the Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Preparedness and Response Guidelines.

  • 第3回赤十字原子力災害セミナー開催報告
    The 3rd Red Cross Nuclear Disaster Seminar Report

    The Japanese Red Cross Society (JRCS) and the Japanese Red Cross College of Nursing (JRCCN) co-hosted the Third Red Cross Nuclear Disaster Seminar on October 3, 2014. The seminar was conducted under the theme of “Health Assistance for Nuclear-Disaster Affected People” and was comprised of a keynote speech by Prof. Shinji Tokonami, Institute of Radiation Emergency Medicine, Hirosaki University; a report on JRCS Health Assistance Program for Namie which has been jointly conducted by the JRCS and the JRCCN; and a panel discussion among people who have been first-handedly involved in assistance in the affected area. Through the seminar, the participants thought about medium- and long-term health assistance in case of possible nuclear disasters and challenges in the future.

    The Japanese Red Cross Society (JRCS) and the Japanese Red Cross College of Nursing (JRCCN) co-hosted the Third Red Cross Nuclear Disaster Seminar on October 3, 2014. The seminar was conducted under the theme of “Health Assistance for Nuclear-Disaster Affected People” and was comprised of a keynote speech by Prof. Shinji Tokonami, Institute of Radiation Emergency Medicine, Hirosaki University; a report on JRCS Health Assistance Program for Namie which has been jointly conducted by the JRCS and the JRCCN; and a panel discussion among people who have been first-handedly involved in assistance in the affected area. Through the seminar, the participants thought about medium- and long-term health assistance in case of possible nuclear disasters and challenges in the future.

  • 東日本大震災復興支援レポート-パート1-
    Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Aid Report -Part1-

    Over $1 billion have been donated from the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies around the world in 100 countries and regions. Many people's desire to help those who are suffering turned into the large amount of donation. This report presents the recovery programmes from the disaster that were conducted by the JRCS encouraged by the warm compassion from the people.

    Over $1 billion have been donated from the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies around the world in 100 countries and regions. Many people's desire to help those who are suffering turned into the large amount of donation. This report presents the recovery programmes from the disaster that were conducted by the JRCS encouraged by the warm compassion from the people.

  • 福島原発事故 救援者への認識調査から
    Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident: Investigation of Relief Team Recognition

    To understand the JRCS relief activities performed in Fukushima and put together the issues during the activities, the JRCS conducted a survey for the JRCS personnel involved in the relief activities. On this website, the report on the survey including the issues and interviews are available.

    To understand the JRCS relief activities performed in Fukushima and put together the issues during the activities, the JRCS conducted a survey for the JRCS personnel involved in the relief activities. On this website, the report on the survey including the issues and interviews are available.

  • 救援者たちの証言 2
    Messages from Relief Team Staff 2 - Nagaoka & Nagahama RC Hospital -

    The Japanese Red Cross Society had no standards to follow, or no materials/equipment necessary to guarantee the safety of relief team members, in the event of a nuclear disaster. Therefore, the teams were forced to step-back from the activity sites at that moment. The truth from staff who were involved in the painful decision making process against their mission is posted.

    The Japanese Red Cross Society had no standards to follow, or no materials/equipment necessary to guarantee the safety of relief team members, in the event of a nuclear disaster. Therefore, the teams were forced to step-back from the activity sites at that moment. The truth from staff who were involved in the painful decision making process against their mission is posted.

  • 救援者たちの証言
    Messages from Relief Team Staff - Fukushima RC Hospital -

    The relief team staff was at the sites where disaster occurred. What was really happening, what could help them, and what went through their minds during their relief activities at that time? The truth from staff who were acting amid a confused and anxious situation is posted here. Please visit.

    The relief team staff was at the sites where disaster occurred. What was really happening, what could help them, and what went through their minds during their relief activities at that time? The truth from staff who were acting amid a confused and anxious situation is posted here. Please visit.

  • 福島第一原発事故 日赤支援活動の軌跡 -パート1-
    Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident & Red Cross Support Activities. -Part1-

    The Japanese Red Cross Society has been conducting various activities supporting people affected by Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident. From the initial stage, when confusion still surrounded the accident until the stage where the recovery process became important, the key activities in 6 months by the Red Cross are exhibited here. Please visit.

    The Japanese Red Cross Society has been conducting various activities supporting people affected by Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident. From the initial stage, when confusion still surrounded the accident until the stage where the recovery process became important, the key activities in 6 months by the Red Cross are exhibited here. Please visit.

What's New RSS

Contents Updated
2016/06/16

Health consultation activities for Namie people are chronologically organized. Please visit here.

Notice
2016/05/20

JRCS published "Operational guidance on the safety management of staff living in an affected area in the event of a nuclear disaster". For more, please visit here.

Notice
2016/04/27

Nuclear Disaster Guidelines for Preparedness, Response and Recovery, and Manual for Relief Activities under Nuclear Disasters were revised. For more, please visit here (Currently only in Japanese).


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