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«The High Energy Accelerator Research Organization Working Safely at KEK In the event of an injury or other emergency at KEK, contact the KEK ...»

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As with most areas in Japan, KEK is at risk for natural hazards such as earthquakes, tornados, and typhoons. While working in KEK, be aware of your surroundings and know the available and appropriate exits and procedures for dealing with emergency situations.

If you have an injury or other emergency while at KEK, call the KEK Information/Emergency Center (ext. 3399, mobile +81 (0)29-864-5572). For non-emergency medical assistance, contact KEK’s Medical Care Section (ext. 5600).

During operating hours, KEK provides onsite treatment for minor injuries and illness at the Medical Care Section (near the Advanced Instrumentation Lab). Health care counseling also is available (by appointment).

Medical Care Section Hours:

8:30 AM - Noon and 1:00 - 5:00 PM (Monday–Friday) For health counseling appointments, call ext. 5600 Fire Response

In the event of a fire:

» Warn colleagues around you.

» Pull the fire alarm.

» Immediately report the situation to the Information/Emergency Center (ext. 3399, mobile +81 (0)29-864-5572). You will need to provide the location, situation, your name, and your extension or PHS number.

» Do not attempt to reset the fire alarm.

» Evacuate the scene.

Working Safely at KEK

Earthquake Safety When an earthquake greater than 3 on the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) seismic scale (roughly 4.0 magnitude) is detected, an Earthquake Early Warning (EEW; based on seismic intensity and arrival time) will be announced at the KEK campus in Japanese (note: warning timings are dependent on conditions so exact notifications will vary).

In the event of an earthquake:

» Do not panic.

» Secure your position under a strong desk or table.

» Keep your head and neck covered as much as possible.

After an earthquake:

» Be aware that falling objects can create added hazards, evacuate your area carefully and only if an exit can be made safely.

» If safe to do so, open windows and doors to enable exits. Be careful of using window exits as there may be broken glass.

» Once outside, report to an assigned KEK Temporary Gathering Area.

For additional information, KEK offers A Guide for the Safety of You and Your Family When an Earthquake Strikes (available in the KEK Users Office or online at http://usersoffice.kek.jp/eng/helpful.html).

The High Energy Accelerator Research Organization


The KEK Users Office provides a central point of contact and support for national and international users and collaborators. The office is located within the KEK International Center, near the entrance to KEK, and is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (except holidays).

Users Office staff are available to assist users with efforts related to their time at KEK, spanning pre-arrival arrangements for user registration, housing, experiment setup, and visa applications, to onsite issues, such as answering questions regarding the local area, wireless accessibility, and billing or expense paperwork. Helpful information for English-speaking users is available at: http:// usersoffice.kek.jp/eng/.

Contact the KEK Users Office at:

Phone: (0)29-879-6197, 6135, or 6136 Fax: (0)29-879-6137 e-mail: usersoffice@mail.kek.jp

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Expressions inside the quotes reflect the Japanese pronunciation for the phrase.

Evacuate immediately “Ni-GE-RO” Evaculate immediately to a safe place.

Fire “KA-JI” Fire broke out at ____.

Explosion “BA-KU-HA-TSU” An explosion occurred at ____.

Hazardous gas “GA-SU-MO-RE” Hazardous gas leak at ____.

Injury/illness “KE-GA” / “BYO-KI” Someone at ____ needs medical attention.

False alarm “GO-HO” It was a false alarm.

Contacts KEK Information/Emergency Center Ext. 3399, mobile +81 (0)29-864-5572 KEK Users Office Ext. 6197, 6135, or 6136 E-mail: usersoffice@mail.kek.jp KEK Medical Care Section Ext. 5600 KEK Environmental Safety Office Ext. 5498 Belle Secretary, Bldg. 3/ Rm 215 E-mail: belle-secretary@bpost.kek.jp Tel: +81-(0)29-864-5342 Fax: +81-(0)29-864-5340 Belle II Organization https://belle2.cc.kek.jp/twiki/bin/view/Public/Structure This publication was produced and provided by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (Richland, Washington, USA).

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