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Local Incident Management Plans

What is a 'Local Incident Management Plan?'

A Local Incident Management Plan (LIMP) is a simple document developed by communities, to ensure residents and visitors to their district know where to go, what to take and what to expect if a major incident affects the area.

 

Local Incident Management Plans are issued to all households and displayed in all lodgings within a district.

 

Plans are reviewed each year, to ensure the details are accurate and timely.

 

Having a Local Incident Management Plan in place can help communities to be more resilient and self-reliant, when major events do occur.

 

How is a Local Incident Management Plan created?

Local Incident Management Plans are created by communities. A committee is formed from local businesses, schools and community groups, along with representatives from Council and state government agencies. 

 

Cann River was one of the first communities to develop a Local Incident Management Plan. The Management Committee evolved from concerns raised during a community meeting in February 2009, after the Black Saturday Fires.

  
Since that time, many other localities in the Shire have developed their own Plans.

 

My community would like to know more

Council is assisting communities throughout the Shire to develop Local Incident Management Plans. If you would like more information email Council or Contact Us

 

Local Incident Management Plans (downloadable) 

Benambra Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 93Kb)

Cann River Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 182Kb)

Combienbar Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 198Kb)

Club Terrace Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 314Kb)

Ensay Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 103Kb)

Omeo Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 131Kb)

Raymond Island Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 103Kb)

Tambo Crossing Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 167Kb)

Bemm River Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 190Kb).pdf

Bruthen Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 192Kb)

Mallacoota Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 118Kb)

Simpsons Creek Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 342Kb)

Swifts Creek Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 129Kb)

Wairewa Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 910Kb)

Waygara Local Incident Management Plan (PDF 332Kb)

 

 

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