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Mid Coast Council invites local primary care providers to Emergency Services Workshop - Tuesday 11 June

The workshops will be facilitated by MidCoast Council and local emergency services. Representatives from State Emergency Services, Rural Fire Service, Fire & Rescue NSW, NSW Reconstruction Authority, Local District Police, Local Land Services, Department of Communities and Justice and NSW Health will be in attendance.

Council is bringing together local disaster management stakeholders to discuss how best to work together to be more prepared for future disasters.

Primary care providers are an important part of this discussion and are invited to meet the local responders, listen to panel conversations, join the discussion, and connect.

The workshop will include:

  • Discussions and brainstorming exercises exploring how services supporting vulnerable people can prepare for disasters
  • Tips for how services can identify disaster risks and capabilities
  • Identifying shared gaps in disaster preparedness, response, and recovery situations.

The workshop will be held on Tuesday 11 June at Taree Universities Campus, 2 Pulteney Street, Taree.

To register email recovery@midcoast.nsw.gov.au by COB Tuesday 21 May. View workshop flyer for more information and contact details.

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