Emergency management planning in your state or territory
Australian Capital Territory
- For general business advice and support visit the CBR Innovation Network.
New South Wales
- Read about preparing for, responding to, recovering from disasters at Emergency New South Wales.
- For information on being flood safe, see the Business Floodsafe toolkit at NSW Ministry for Police and Emergency Services (MPES).
- Read more about Small business fire safety recovery at NSW Government Fire and Rescue.
- Read more about business continuity management for small business at the Northern Territory Department of Health.
- Visit SecureNT to find out more about natural disaster management at the Northern Territory Government.
- Read about Personal and business security and Emergency recovery coordination at Department of the Chief Minister.
- See Preparing your business for natural disasters and the information on Business continuity planning at the Queensland Government.
- For information on disasters, emergency planning and business recovery, visit Disaster resilience and recovery at the Queensland Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation.
- Read more about Risk management at the Queensland Government.
- For information and resources including factsheets, workshops and links, visit Preparing a business continuity plan at the South Australian Government.
- Visit Business Point Tasmania for information on Preparing your business for natural disasters.
- Download the Dealing with financial matters after an emergency guide from the Victorian Department of Human Services.
- For information relevant for tourism, download the Crisis management for tourism businesses guide from Tourism Victoria.
- Read more about Managing risk at Business Victoria.
- Visit Small Business Information Centre for more small business emergency planning information in Western Australia.
- Read more about State security and emergency coordination at the Western Australia government.
- Download the Cyclone smart kit and other publications from the Fire and Emergency Services Authority (FESA) of Western Australia.