Alarms placed wrongly in Deaf school in Tokyo


The Metropolitan Central School for the Deaf in Suginami-ku, Tokyo
(photo: http://www3.nhk.or.jp/)
September 21, 2013

The Tokyo Audit Secretariat is required to audit the Tokyo enterprises every year.

They published the audit report on the enterprises in the 2012 fiscal year the other day.

According to the report, in the Metropolitan Central School for the Deaf in Suginami-ku, Tokyo, some alarms for emergency, such as an outbreak of a fire or invasion of a suspicious person, were placed in the position, such as right above the student or back of a desk, which are invisible to the students.

Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Education said they changed the position of the alarms in a right way.


Japanese source:
http://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/20130921/k10014711731000.html

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