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Recovery


The Ministry for Police and Emergency Services is responsible for the coordination of recovery functions including disaster welfare. The role of Ministry also encompasses operational and planning issues which affect the economic, environmental and social wellbeing of the State, by providing the framework to prepare for and recover from disasters caused by natural means or a terrorist incident.


Disaster recovery


In NSW, the State Emergency and Rescue Management Act (SERM Act) 1989 requires the appointment of a SERCON and a Deputy State Emergency Recovery Controller (DSERCON) and details their consequent responsibilities and functions.

More information on Disaster recovery in NSW


Guidelines and supporting documents


Planning for recovery is integral to preparing for emergencies and as such, in support of the NSW Recovery Plan, a number of guidelines and supporting documents have been compiled to assist local councils and agencies in their recovery efforts.

More information on NSW Guidelines and supporting documents


Resources


A range of resources from across NSW and Australia have been compiled to assist local councils and agencies in their recovery efforts.

More information on Resources

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