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THAILAND’S NATIONAL DISASTER WARNING CENTRE & TSUNAMI EARLY WARNING SYSTEM NOW IN OPERATION

Upon receipt of information regarding a potential natural disaster, public warnings for high risk areas will be issued by Thailand’s National Disaster Warning Centre and broadcasted on Thailand’s new Early Warning System within 30 minutes.

With the official inauguration of Thailand’s National Disaster Warning Centre on May 31, 2005, Thailand became the first country hit by the December 26 (2004)(Thailand) tsunami to launch a natural disaster early warning system.

The Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra presided at the inauguration and declared the centre, located on Ratanathibet Road in Bangkok, open and ready for public service.

The centre is staffed 24 hours a day / 7 days a week by a multi-disciplinary team of experts drawn from various fields including natural sciences and crisis management. The team is responsible for monitoring incoming data, evaluating the intensity and severity of the natural occurrence, and risk assessment.

With Thailand’s National Disaster Warning Centre and Tsunami Early Warning System now in place, warning of an impending (Thailand) tsunami or other natural disaster can be issued in high risk areas in half an hour.

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CONTACT INFORMATION: FOR INQUIRIES OR REPORTS
National Disaster Warning Centre Call Centre:
Hotline: #1860 or Tel: +66 (0) 2589 2497, (0) 2589 2591




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