NSW Emergency Planning Handbook Launched
1st November 2020
The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience (AIDR) hosted a webinar this month to launch the latest in its series of Handbooks: The Emergency Planning Handbook.
The handbook provides nationally agreed principles for good practice in emergency planning and reflects changes in the field of disaster risk reduction, emergency management and in society since publication of the Emergency Planning Manual (2004). Some of the changes influencing the handbook include new approaches to disaster risk reduction, resilience, recovery, public, private and not-for profit partnerships and community engagement.
Access the Emergency Planning Handbook and the entire Handbook Collection at the AIDR Knowledge Hub: https://knowledge.aidr.org.au/collections/handbook-collection/
To learn more about the AIDR Handbooks and how they can help you in your flood risk management role be sure to log in to the FMA-AIDR Workshop on Thursday 19 November. Details to be provided soon.