Thanks for the great job
In September, typhoons No. 9 and No. 10 have approached to Kyushu in succession.
Since the news reports informed us that it was a big typhoon, I was able to take some measures to protect my home from the typhoon, and the force of the typhoon was a little weaker than predicted, so I was relieved that there was no major damage around me, and when I came to work…
After Typhoon No. 9, the road in front of the Nissui building where NSTC is located was flooded by high tides. Then, after Typhoon No. 10, we had to deal with some power-related equipment that broke down due to strong winds.
But it was a great job by the workers who worked so quickly and efficiently to restore the power in the strong wind! Thank you!
If you live in Japan, natural disasters happen almost every year. As a person who provides training to workers and rescuers working in such harsh environments, we will continue to improve the training content to better suit the needs of our clients.
Junichi, Training Section