It is important to be aware of any flood risk that might exist where you live, where you have property and where you work.
Severe storms accompanied by strong winds, lightning, hail and flash flooding can cause damage to properties if residents are unprepared.
If you live on, or regularly visit the coast, get to know the tsunami history and the coastal flood-prone areas of your community.
The Australian Warning System is a nationally consistent three level warning system for 5-hazards; bushfire, flood, storm, cyclone, and heat.Know your warnings
Tasmania State Emergency Service (SES) is calling on the community to be safe in damaging winds forecast across the state today.“Tasmania SES are working closely with the Bureau of Meteorology…Read more.
Tasmanians are urged to prepare for the possibility of severe thunderstorm activity across the state tomorrow. “Advice received from the Bureau of Meteorology today forecasts the possibility of thunderstorms about…Read more.
Tasmania State Emergency Service (SES) is calling on Tasmanians to brace for strong and damaging winds across the state on Monday. Tasmania SES Acting Director, Leon Smith, said a severe…Read more.