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DMATとはDisaster Medical AssitanceTeamのことで、災害現場に派遣される医療チームのことです。

日本では初めて東京都に平成16年8月設立されました。都内の多数傷病者発生事故や他府県の大災害の際に、東京消防庁との連携の下、活動しています。








The Establishment of a Crisis Management System in Tokyo and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Disaster Medical Assistance Teams (DMAT)

The experiences of the Great Hanshin Earthquake of 1995 and the sarin gas attacks on the Tokyo subway system of the same year prompted the Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) to undertake a range of disaster prevention and management measures. These measures include suppositions of and relevant responses to the occurrence of a major earthquake directly beneath the Tokyo area, measures to combat nuclear, chemical and biological (NBC) attacks, the launching of the Simple Triage and Rapid Transport (START) system based on the very latest available information, and a major revision of its Manual for Disaster Countermeasures.

In November 2003, the Bureau of Social Welfare of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced the formation of Disaster Medical Assistance Teams (the Tokyo DMAT) as a priority project for FY2004. In December 2003, the Tokyo Disaster Medical System Council (TDMS), consisting of members from the TMG, TMG Association of Medical Doctors, TMG Disaster Medical Facilities, the Tokyo Fire Department and the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, was also set up to examine a host of disaster-related issues from organizational composition to reparation for disaster victims. The DMAT teams specialize in on-site rapid response medical assistance to victims and include medical doctors and facilities that can provide on-the-spot emergency medical treatment, negating the necessity of transporting victims to hospitals before they are able to receive treatment. Each team consists of one medical doctor, two nurses and one support staff whose main collective role is to provide emergency medical aid to victims and rescue team workers. DMAT team members are required to undergo training and attend lectures, and there are currently 90 registered team members in the Tokyo area.

The TMG is presently exerting the utmost efforts to consolidate and enhance its crisis management system and personnel by providing a range of disaster-related work experience and training programs.