The PLA's four headquarters -- General Staff Headquarters, General Political Department, General Logistics Department and General Armament Department-- have issued a joint circular ordering the check, according to a media report.
Authorities from the four wings held a conference regarding the safety check on Sunday.
The army and armed police were told to carry out thorough examination of their weapon, ammunition, fuel, chemical, explosive and toxic material warehouses to avert similar incident like in Tianjin.
Twin blasts in a warehouse attached to the Tianjin port destroyed several kilometers of the area around it, including a number of high-rise apartment blocks.
The massive chemical explosions considered to be China's worst industrial accident killed 114 people with 65 others still remain missing. Over 670 people are still undergoing treatment in hospitals.
Moreover, the military demands improved response plans and intensified drills in case of emergencies. Safely storing inflammable, explosive and biochemical hazardous materials and ammunition disposal should be given special attention, the circular said.


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