Emergency Management Resources

Emergencies are unpredictable and can happen unexpectedly. Planning and preparation are essential for maintaining resilience and ensuring safety in challenging situations. Our team offers tools and resources to help safeguard your most valuable assets. With our assistance, you can proactively address potential risks and better respond to emergencies when they arise. Let us assist with some resources to ensure that your greatest assets are kept safe.


Preparing for emergencies at home is vital for protecting your loved ones and assets. Studies show that individuals with a strong emergency management mindset at home are also safer in other aspects of life, including work and travel. By investing time and resources into home emergency preparedness, you can enhance overall safety and security for yourself and your family.

Click below for some information on how you can be better prepared:

Red Cross – Preparing for emergencies

DFES – Fires in the home

Every year, over 30,000 Australians experience sudden cardiac arrest, severe allergic reactions, choking incidents, falls from heights, and other medical emergencies. Being prepared and knowing how to respond swiftly can be life-saving when every second counts. It’s crucial to understand basic steps, such as relaying essential information to emergency services and taking immediate actions while awaiting expert assistance.

Red Cross – First Aid essentials guide

Bushfires are an integral part of life in Australia, making preparation essential for safeguarding property and lives. Extensive research underscores the importance of proactive measures before bushfires occur. Those who prepare diligently significantly enhance their ability to mitigate risks and protect themselves during these events.

Your Home – Bushfire protection

DFES – Bush Fire Preparation

Crime is an unfortunate reality, but there are steps you can take to enhance your safety and minimise its occurrence. Whether at home or on the go, implementing simple measures can significantly reduce the risk of crimes like break-ins, theft, or assault.

WA Police – Home security checklist

Australia faces some of the most severe weather conditions worldwide, and these events are becoming more frequent. To stay safe, it’s essential to understand, plan for, and take action during extreme weather occurrences. By being well-prepared and proactive, individuals can mitigate risks and make informed decisions to protect themselves and their loved ones.

DFES – Emergency survival plans

In today’s interconnected world, digital communications are an integral part of our lives. However, they also expose us to various online threats that can impact our health and safety. Whether visible or hidden, these threats can have far-reaching consequences for you and your loved ones.

Here you can assess your online risk and take active steps to minimising harm to you and your family:

Cyber.gov.au – Personal cyber security: first steps guide


For more emergency management resources and information to protect you and your greatest assets see below.

Call us anytime if you need assistance on 1300 311 548.

Australian Disaster Resilience Handbooks

Explore the Australian Disaster Resilience Handbooks for essential guidance and resources on disaster preparedness and resilience strategies in Australia.

Managing Bushfire Smoke Exposure

The managing bushfire smoke exposure resource offers valuable guidance and resources for managing bushfire smoke exposure, a critical concern for fire, land management, and emergency service workers.

Selection, Use, Care and Maintenance of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

AFAC is the Australian and New Zealand National Council for fire, emergency services and land management. It is a collaborative network of fire, emergency services and land management agencies that supports the sector to make communities safer and more resilient

Western Australia Managing Exercises Guideline

STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT A Strategic Framework for Emergency Management in Western Australia.


A Strategic Framework for Emergency Management in Western Australia.


Emergency management for Western Australian mines – DMIRS