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Emergency services personnel are invited to a workshop that will improve understanding and awareness of sign language, deaf culture, deaf people and the communication and access issues they face.

Deaf awareness training
 

NSW State Emergency Service

The NSW State Emergency Service has information on how you can prepare and stay safe in floods, storms or a tsunami.

Find out what you can do to help keep you and your family safe.

NSW State Emergency Service website

Disasters happen - don't think if, think when

Make a point of finding out what to do before, during and after a disaster. Being prepared can save lives and help you and your family make better decisions when disaster strikes.

More on What to do before an emergency

Current threat level is Probable

The public should continue to exercise caution and report and suspicious incidents to the National Security Hotline - 1800 1234 00.

More about the current threat level

www.secure.nsw.gov.au

 

EM Training calendar

Are you interested in attending Emergency Management courses? We have a range of face-to-face and online courses available to those that work in the field of Emergency Management.

More on the EM Training calendar

Community service workers resource

The "Preparing your clients for emergencies" is a resource will help community workers to prepare clients for a range of emergencies, from everyday emergencies to natural disasters.

More on Preparing your clients for emergencies