Earthquake & Tsunami in Japan

12 Mar 2011 9:39 PM | Anonymous
All Australians in Japan should register their contact details with DFAT on the following website
https://www.orao.dfat.gov.au/orao/weborao.nsf/homepage?Openpage
Please pass this message on to family and friends. The process will only take minutes to complete.

Earthquake advice from the Tokyo International Communication Committee
including Survival Kit.
http://www.tokyo-icc.jp/guide_eng/kinkyu/05.html

Our thoughts are with all affected by this devastating event.
Please take care and stay safe.

Beynon Louey
AST Webmaster

News below has been taken from the News Centre of the Australian Embassy Tokyo
http://www.australia.or.jp/en/news/

Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan

On 11 March 2011, a large earthquake off the east coast of Japan generated a tsunami. Australians in affected areas should monitor the media for safety information and follow the instructions of local authorities.

If you have concerns for the welfare of family and friends who you believe to have been in the affected areas, you should first attempt to contact them directly.

If you are unable to contact them and still hold concerns for their welfare, you should call the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's 24-hour Consular Emergency Centre on 1300 555 135 (Within Australia) or +61 2 6261 3305 (Outside Australia).

Australian in areas that have been badly affected by the earthquakes and tsunami are requested to call or email the Australian Embassy in Tokyo if you have not already done so. Please call 03-5232-4111 or email auscitzreg.tokyo@dfat.gov.au.


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