Problems in Promotion of Company Disaster Prevention in Tokushima Prefecture


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  • 徳島県における企業防災の現状と課題


In order to grasp the present situation of company disaster prevention, questionnaire survey was conducted with regard to 500 business or industry companies existing in Tokushima prefecture. Answers were returned from 409 companies; rate of reply is 82%. From here on, companies whose number of employees does not exceed 49, range from 50 to 199 and exceed 199 are categorized to small, middle and large companies, respectively.<BR>The rates of small, middle and large companies in the 409 companies were 85%, 11% and 4%, respectively. Among the 409 companies, a BCP (Business Continuity Plan) have been formed or taken into consideration by only 9 companies, namely those are equivalent to 2.2% of the whole. On the other hand, it was confirmed that 60 companies, equivalent to 15%, are planning or intending to make up a BCP in the near future. However, the three-fourth of these companies is so-called a small-scale company. In order to promote the company disaster prevention at its type of companies, it is necessary to establish a public system for supporting them from administrative, financial and technical points of view. Demands which were presented by the small-scale companies are summarized as follows; 1) cultivation of human resources in charge of disaster prevention, 2) a financial support, 3) provision of detailed risk information and 4) reduction of risk of public infrastructure.


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