1. Closely monitor the developments of heavy rains, floods, inundations, flash floods, landslides, provide timely and complete information to authorities at all levels and people to proactively prevent, respond to and reduce minimize damage.

2. Deploy forces to inspect and review residential areas along rivers, streams, and low-lying areas to proactively organize the relocation and evacuation of people in areas at high risk of deep flooding, flash floods, landslides.

3. Organize forces ready to control, guide traffic, and put warning signs, especially through underground areas, spillways, deeply flooded areas, and fast-flowing water; Proactively arrange forces, supplies and vehicles to overcome problems and ensure smooth traffic on main traffic routes when heavy rain occurs.

4. Implement measures to drain waterlogging, protect production, and prevent flooding in urban areas and industrial parks.

5. Inspect, review, implement operation plans and ensure safety of reservoirs and downstream areas, especially key irrigation lakes; Arrange permanent forces to operate and regulate and be ready to handle situations that may arise.

6. Organize serious forces on duty, regularly report the situation of natural disasters and damage (if any) to the Standing Office for synthesis and reporting according to regulations.

Document to direct natural disaster prevention and control