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You can find all of the social media messages from emergency services and other agencies here on one page.<br /><br /><a href="/alertnsw"></a> Planning ahead and being prepared for the heat is important - find out how to recognise, treat and care for people who are at risk of heat related illnesses.<br><br><a href="/heatwave">Beat the heat</a> During times of major incident activity, such as during bush and grass fires where there is a threat to the community, updates are posted on the RFS website.<br /><br /><a href=""></a> Households that plan for emergencies significantly reduce losses associated with disasters. The NSW SES has a Home Emergency Plan for storm, flood or tsunami.<br /><br /><a href="/">SES Home Emergency Plan</a>
You can find all of the social media messages from emergency services and other agencies here on one page.

Community Service Workers Resource

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

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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.

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National terrorism threat level

The 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

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.

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Case study library

This case study library provides examples of community engagement projects and practices undertaken by agencies within the NSW emergency management sector.

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