１）Situation of Disaster Area
(1)Local characteristics of the disaster area
urban or rural area, transportation, social infrastructures, etc.
(2)Characteristics of residents of the disaster area
age distribution, networks among residents, inhabitants organization, residents’ mentality, etc.
(3)Type and scale of the disaster
(4)Extent of damage
human and property damage, damage to utility lifelines, etc.
security of privacy, etc.
cleaning, ventilation, availability of drinking water, toilets, etc.
first aid treatment, chronic illnesses, infectious diseases, mental care, etc.
(8)Health and welfare services available
adult day-care centers, home helper stations, vocational aid centers, etc.
(9)Contents and status of distribution
to what extent foods, water and other daily necessaries are supplied
(10)A base / the location of public health practice to have jurisdiction over a disaster area
２）Condition of Disaster Victims
check whether each disaster victim lives alone or with other family members and if they have any relatives
diet, sleep, job, mental support [purpose in life, hobbies, pets, etc.], etc.
(3)Living environment of disaster victims
home, evacuation center, changes from before the disaster
need for medical care, chronic disease management, etc.
(6)Status of use of social infrastructures
nursing-care insurance・welfare services, etc.：day-care centers, functional training, rehabilitation for disabled children etc.
(7)Feelings and sentiments
anxiety about the future, fear, things lost (home, family, etc.)
(8)Identify vulnerable populations
|・Vulnerability due to the target’s attributes
||Infants, pregnant women, elderly persons, disabled persons, elderly persons living alone, persons in need of nursing care, foreigners without Japanese ability
|・Vulnerability due to illnesses
||Those heavily dependent on medical care such as those with intractable diseases, those bedridden, those with psychiatric disorders, chronic illnesses, tuberculosis, dementia, or persons on artificial respiration or oxygen therapy at home