Thursday, 10th August 2017
Many people think they don’t have time to make a plan, or that they don’t need one.
Experience shows that those who plan and prepare for emergencies can reduce the impact of the emergency and may recover quicker afterwards. Taking the time to think about emergencies and making a plan helps you to think clearly, have a greater sense of control and make better decisions when an emergency occurs.
How to develop an emergency plan
Start by thinking about:
The SES have a booklet – Home Emergency Plan, it pays to have a plan. It not only gives you information about what you need to think about, but also provides a template that you can fill out. For more information, and to download the pack, go to https://www.ses.vic.gov.au/get-ready/at-home and click on the Home Emergency Plan tab.