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It is important to think about the future impact of storms, floods, bush fires and other emergencies. We can all be prepared by having and rehearsing your own tailored plan.
By following five simple steps in preparing for a disaster, you can help protect yourself, your family, your pets and your property.
Think about the area you live in and the types of disasters that could affect you.
Sit down and talk with your family and plan for what you will do if a disaster affects your area. You can print or save copies. Also think about:
Prepare your home by doing general home maintenance and checking your insurance.
Be ready for an emergency evacuation
Find out how to prepare and what to do if there is a disaster in your area. Connect with NSW emergency services to stay informed.
Here are the best ways to stay informed:
Remember to stay in touch with family, friends and neighbours and share important updates about where you are with them.
Learn more about the Australian Warning System.
Share information with your family, friends, neighbours and those who may need assistance.
Everyone can help each other in many ways in an emergency.
You and your neighbours can work together to prepare your homes, provide shelter and look after pets during a disaster. Neighbours can also often provide help to those who need greater assistance during emergency situations.
Together we can be stronger together by being prepared, looking out for one another and staying informed.
Find current information about local emergencies on Hazards Near Me. The app shows information provided from emergency services on bush fires, floods, tsunamis and advice on what to do to stay safe.