Preparing our Community against Disasters – a workshop invite

Being prepared is clearly the best defence against disasters

Many of us are still learning the lessons of the past and rely on others to respond in time of need.

However, there is a growing number of people and community organisations that are working together to be better prepared for the times disaster threatens our homes, loved ones and neighbours.

Please help us.

In your community on Saturday 16 June 2012, your local government and the members of its local emergency committee will host a workshop that provides historical incident information which will be used to establish our risk and vulnerability from established hazards such as plane or road crash and fires in structures/buildings for example. This workshop is open to the public and you are welcome to be part of that decision making process.

If you wish to attend, please RSVP to Margaret Woodthorpe by : woodm@jlta.com.au or by telephone 0894838815.

The community survey is still open online by following the link below.

https://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22EZ75P8AF9

Your participation will help us save lives and protect our homes and livelihood.

BE RESILIENT NOT RELIANT – you can help and make a difference.

 

Acknowledgement – This community project is proudly supported by your Local Government and its local emergency planning committee, the Western Australian Local Government Association, Emergency Management Western Australia. Funded through the Natural Disaster Resilience Program. 

About Mayor of Fremantle Brad Pettitt's blog
City of Fremantle Mayor

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