Potential safety hazards cleared up in advance of typhoon
The city's urban management and law enforcement officials have stepped up inspections to eliminate safety hazards in advance of approaching Typhoon In-Fa.
An advertising signboard on Qingrong Road in the Pudong New Area was dismantled on Thursday as a potential safety hazard after an inspection by officials of Heqing urban management and law enforcement team.
The Shuyuan urban management and law enforcement team's inspectors in the Pudong New Area have ordered some catering businesses to tighten oil fume purification facilities which had become loose.
Urban management officials in Chongming District have set up emergency teams to be on standby for 24 hours.
Inspections around the city have generally covered outdoor advertising such as billboards and lighting fixtures along streets, as well as construction sites. Illegally built facilities have been dismantled to forestall security incidents.
In Yangpu District, urban management and law enforcement officials cleared up a potential safety hazard posed by a broken glass window in a residential complex.