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.
First ROUND Applications are now OPEN for The Natural Disaster Risk Reduction Grants Program and will close on Sunday 23 August 2020. The Natural Disaster Risk Reduction Grants Program (NDRRGP)…Read more.
TasEMT is a resource to enable people with emergency management responsibilities to increase their capability and capacity to be proficient during the All Hazard phases of prevention, preparedness, response and…Read more.
What is the TEMA The Tasmanian Emergency Management Arrangements (TEMA) are issued under the authority of the Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Management in accordance with the requirements of…Read more.