With the cooperation of Toei, the Fire and Disaster Management Agency (FDMA) is collaborating with Kamen Rider Saber the Movie and Kamen Rider Zero-One the Movie (tentative titles). The films will be released nationwide in Japan on December 18.
The FDMA is collaborating with the films to promote the maintenance and management of residential fire alarms. This includes appropriate maintenance, such as inspection and replacement, for residential fire alarms.
The collaboration includes creating the poster and distributing around 50,000 posters to various prefectures and fire departments nationwide.
Installing residential fire alarms has been required in new homes in Japan since June 2006 and within existing homes since June 2011. Around ten years after these requirements were put in place, there is some concern that they are not being properly maintained in an event of a fire due to a dead battery or other failures.
With the slogan of “Inspections by parents and children, fire alarm for residential use. Replace it after 10 years!” the poster shows the important information at the bottom of a poster promoting the Kamen Rider movies to promote maintenance, replacing batteries, and replacing older units.
Article Sources Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications