TROPICAL CYCLONE CONDITIONS OF READINESS
How to open self-service for AtHoc for the Computer Desktop Notification System (CDNS). Download the PowerPoint here.
How to Register with Computer Desktop Notification System (CDNS)
CDNS is the system used by shore commands to provide simultaneous emergency notifications to OneNet computer desktops, as well as home, work and mobile email and telephones.
CDNS REGISTRATION FORM This form will allow personnel and authorized dependents to be registered in the Fleet Activities Yokosuka Emergency Mass Notification and Warning System. This system will help CFAY communicate with all personnel during ROM and provide important information about testing as well as keep you informed of any emergency situations. Once filled out you can simply click the “Submit Form” button on the upper left of the PDF or the form can be e-mailed to M-YO-CFAY-EOC@fe.navy.mil with the subject line of CDNS Form.
Important Telephone Numbers:
- On Base Emergency: 911 (On Base DSN Line) / 046 816 0911 (Japanese Cell Phone)
- CFAY Emergency Operations Center: 243- 1706 / 1710 / 1715
- CFAY Command Duty Officer: 080-7709-5698 (Japanese Cell Phone)
Questions, Issues, Assistance?
- CFAY Community Information Resource Call Center: 243-9303/9304 Email: CIRCC@fe.navy.mil
Emergency Management: A Guide for Personal and Family Preparedness
A Guide for Personal and Family Preparedness. Click the link to download the PDF.
In the event of wildfires, storms, flooding, droughts, action plans and alerts please visit, https://www.ready.gov/
Ready is a National public service campaign designed to educate and empower the American people to prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters, the goal of the campaign is to promote preparedness through public involvement. Ready and its Spanish language version Listo asks individuals to do four key things:
(1) Stay informed about the different types of emergencies that could occur and their appropriate responses
(2) Make a family emergency plan and
(3) Build an emergency supply kit, and
(4) Get involved in your community by taking action to prepare for emergencies.
Emergency Evacuation Program (EEP)
Dependents of military personnel and non-emergency essential Dept. of Defense civilians and contractors and their dependents may be subject to evacuation from the Japan area of responsibility when an evacuation is authorized by the US Department of State for their safety and security.
To prepare eligible personnel and families for the possibility of an evacuation, sponsors are required to maintain a USFJ Emergency Evacuation Program (EEP) checklist and packet.
The USFJ EEP packet is mandatory for all newcomers to CFAY who are eligible for evacuation. SOFA personnel that have already prepared an evacuation packet must update the packet with the standardized USFJ EEP checklists and forms no later than July 2018.
To download USFJ checklists, fillable forms, and instructions on how to complete the forms, click on the "USFJ EEP Checklist" link.
Once you have completed your USFJ EEP packet, notify your Command EEP Coordinator and provide them with a copy of your USFJ Form 178-R.
If you have any questions regarding your USFJ EEP packet, contact your Command EEP Coordinator.
If you are having problems accessing the EEP Packet, right click on the above button and choose "Save link as..." to download the packet to your personal computer. This packet is not optimized for mobile devices.
If your download is timing out or you are still having troubles downloading the file, please find below the EEP packet broken up into five sections. As above, you need to right click, save the document to your computer and then open from the downloaded location.
CNFJ Emergency Evacuation Program Brief
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Contact Emergency Management
PSC 473 BOX 1
FPO AP 96349-0001