What if your pet was home alone in a storm?
Ask your neighbour to check on them in a disaster.
If disaster hit, could your neighbours take care of themselves?
Be the one in the street who'll check on them.
Plan your emergency kit today
Two of the most important steps you can take are to prepare your household emergency kit and your evacuation kit.
What if your road home was blocked in a disaster?
Would you have an alternative plan?
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Plan your emergency kit
Your emergency kit contains essential items that will equip you in the event of an emergency.
Make a plan with your neighbour
Think about people in your neighbourhood who may need your help.
Prepare your home
Taking steps now can improve the safety of your home during an emergency.
If It's flooded, forget it
Plan to deal with flooded roads on your regular journeys
Check on elderly family members to make sure they’re ok in prolonged hot weather. #getreadyqldhttps://t.co/6V6PLz2GYm
2 Dec
Hot weather is forecast across much of Queensland this week. Make sure you’re ready: https://t.co/ptLC6F5UJk
2 Dec
Congratulations Karin Calvert for winning the 2016 Resilient Australia National Photo Award. https://t.co/hFInhHocKG
17 Nov
Well done Carlyle Gardens. Highly Commended in the 2016 Resilient Australia National Award for its disaster managem… https://t.co/fksNEe3vZt
17 Nov
Congratulations @CouncilSCC. 2016 Resilient Australia National Award winner for its Disaster Hub:… https://t.co/BKppsQt5lN
17 Nov
Latest warning from @BOM_Qld for heavy rainfall and damaging winds. Likely flash flooding. #ifitsfloodedforgetit https://t.co/KfLnW9ovjS
12 Nov