On July 6, the Wuhan Municipal Water Authority announced on Weibo that, given the current situation of flooding and waterlogging, the city will upgrade its emergency response for flood control from Grade III to Grade II, effective July 6, from 6:30 A.M., in accordance with the Wuhan Urban Flood Control Emergency Plan (Overall Plan) to guarantee city safety.
At 7:00 on the morning of July 7, the water level of the Yangtze River at Hankou Station stood at 27.30 meters, hitting the warning level. Considering severe weather and rising water levels, Wuhan's ferry services have been suspended. This is in line with the flood prevention emergency plan to ensure sailing and public travel safety.
To cope with natural disasters, including the effects of extreme weather like storms and waterlog damage, to effectively safeguard personnel and property, and to prevent any impact on product manufacture and delivery, yesterday (July 7) HCB Battery Co., Ltd. (HCB) established the HCB Flood Prevention Emergency Rescue Command. This force will rationally distribute flood control and drainage tasks, optimize team duties, and strictly inspect and guard flood control facilities, guaranteeing flood control supplies and medical rescue preparedness.
HCB Flood Prevention Emergency Rescue Command Structure and Team Duties
Once the command was established, all teams immediately got into gear.
Flood control sandbags and supplies preparations
HCB's flood control supplies storage locations and details.
As a reliable back-up source, HCB provides adequate emergency plans to ensure there is no impact on product manufacture and delivery in the case of sudden epidemic outbreaks or natural disasters.
Around 5:40 P.M. on July 8, HCB's automated and manual production lines were operating normally.
To protect the rights and interests of our customers, we have improved upon our original product packaging with water-proof processing, thus ensuring deliverables’ quality consistency.
HCB would like to remind you: During the rainy season, all units and employees must follow local flood control emergency command requirements, effectively prepare for flood control, and jointly confront flooding disasters.
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