Travel Alert: Japan [March 16, 2022]

Travel Alert

A magnitude-7.3 earthquake occurred east of Honshu Island, Japan, at around 23:36 March 16. The epicenter was about 66 km (41 miles) east-northeast of Namie. The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has issued a Tsunami Advisory (the second-lowest level on a four-tier scale) for coastal areas of Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures, indicating a possible tsunami of 1 meter (3 feet) for these areas. The JMA has also issued a Tsunami Forecast (the lowest level) for the east coast of Honshu and southern and eastern coastal areas of Hokkaido.

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Riskovery doesn’t wait until an incident occurs to look for a solution. Our Travel Risk Management Application proactively collects data through its proprietary application to ensure when an incident occurs, employees have the greatest chance of receiving the support they need to get home. As soon as an alert is received, Riskovery immediately begins to re-establish communication. Simultaneously, while communication is being re-established, the team analyzes data to determine where your team members are if they are safe and alternate methods for re-contacting. Team Riskovery takes proactive steps to provide essential support to stranded team members.

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