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Emergency Management
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Emergency Management
Your emergency plans, contacts and volunteering.

Your Emergency Plans

Emergencies can happen at any time. They can be as large as a bushfire, flood or cyclone or as personal as a death in the family. The better you prepare for them, the easier it is for you and your family to recover.

While emergency services do all they can to help, the person most responsible for your wellbeing before, during and after an emergency is you.

Council has developed five free disaster preparedness forms that will help you prepare your household or farm for any emergency.

The Household Emergency Plan, Individual Emergency Plan and Farm Plan are editable PDF documents. This means you can fill them in using your computer or print and fill in manually.

If you haven't prepared and made a plan, an emergency could disrupt your life in ways you don't expect. Get prepared and you'll be more confident, more in control and more likely to cope in the situation.

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Emergency Contacts

For all emergencies dial 000

  • Police / Fire / Ambulance - 000
  • Victorian Bushfire Information Line - 1800 240 667. Callers with hearing or speech difficulties can use textphone / telewriter (TTY) on 1800 555 677.
  • SES - 132 500
  • SES Flood and Storm Information Line - 1300 VICSES (1300 842 737)
  • East Gippsland Shire Council - 5153 9500
  • East Gippsland Water - 1300 134 202
  • Electricity - AusNet Services: Powerlines - 131 799, Transmission Network - 1800 111 164
  • Gas Emergencies - 136 707
  • Hospital (Bairnsdale) - 5150 3333
  • Lifeline - 131 114
  • Poison Information - 131 126
  • RACV - 131 111
  • Traffic information and road closures - 131 170
  • Wildlife injuries - 1300 094 535

Volunteer Registration

If you would like to volunteer please register at the Volunteer Victoria website or call (03) 9208 3353.

You are encouraged to register and list what support you can offer. Council has access to the register so we can utilise the skills of registered volunteers to meet community needs during emergencies.

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Friday, January 22, 2021