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Ten years on from the Victorian Black Saturday bushfires: Public information during response, what have we learnt?

Source(s):  Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre (BNHCRC)

Emergency management can be spoken about in terms of ‘Prevention, Preparedness, Response and Recovery’ (PPRR) or the ‘Comprehensive Approach’ to managing disasters and emergencies. This report is focused on public information in the response phase.

Identifying the current state of practice and challenges in the public information function of Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) and State Emergency Service (SES) emergency response. Proposing enhancements through a series of recommendations, based on a review of the literature and an online survey completed with public information response staff at TFS and SES.



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  • Ten years on from the Victorian Black Saturday bushfires: Public information during response, what have we learnt?
  • Publication date 2019
  • Author(s) Middleton, Peter
  • Number of pages 39 p.

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