What would you do if you were in an Emergency Situation and couldn't receive professional help for 72 hours?
The First 72 Hours prompts you to create an Emergency Plan for your business or household.
Building a safer and more resilient community is a shared responsibility across all Victorians, no just those in the Emergency Management Sector.
Emergencies can be hard to predict and emergency services may be unable to reach you in a disaster.
What will you do for the first 72 hours if you had no access to power, water, gas, road access, reception or limited food.
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Download the Emergency Plan template above and consider the following when filling out.
Important things to save:
Gather and store items ready to support you and your loved ones for 72 hours.
Consider if your emergency kit will include:
It is important to tune into official and accurate information channels to stay informed with the facts before, during and after an emergency.
For emergency event updates rely on Vic Emergency.
Hotline: 1800 226 226
Follow on social media: Facebook @VicEmergency Instagram @VicEmergency
Emergency Radio Broadcast
ABC Radio Frequency (INSERT)
The First 72 Hours is delivered by Moira Shire and Alpine Councils.
In conjunction with:
Country Fire Authority, Victoria State Emergency Service, Albury Wodonga Ethnic Communities Council.
In consultation with:
Hume Region Municipal Emergency Management Enhancement Group.
Country Fire Authority.
Victoria State Emergency Services (SES)
Australian Red Cross