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The best time to prepare for a disaster is well before one is even on its way. Planning well means nothing is left to chance and that everyone knows what they need to do and where things are.
Because cyclones and floods are a part of life in the North, it’s easy to become complacent. Sadly, some people have perished in floods and cyclones because they were not prepared or did not follow the warnings.
Hard copies of the Hinchinbrook Report will be available at Council's Lannercost Street Office, Ingham and Halifax Libraries and other key community locations shortly.
This is an important resource with key contacts, flood height comparison charts for Ingham, a new chart for Lower Herbert - Halifax, a list of local radio stations and some quick guides on how to prepare.
Keep it handy and hold on to it throughout this disaster season!
This Disaster Ready Resource will also be posted to residents in the new year.
Severe weather outlook 2021-2022
Listed below are important contacts that may be needed during disaster and emergency situations. Residents are reminded to record important contact details on their Emergency Plan such as all householder mobile phone numbers, other numbers such as work, school, childcare providers, friends, neighbours, your household emergency contacts and the disaster and emergency numbers listed below.
|Important Contacts||Contact Number||Website|
|Life Threatening Emergencies (Police Ambulance, Fire)||000||www.triplezero.gov.au|
|SES Assistance||132 500||www.ses.qld.gov.au|
|Road Information||131 940||www.qldtraffic.qld.gov.au|
|Hinchinbrook Shire Council||(07) 4776 4600||www.hinchinbrook.qld.gov.au|
|Bureau of Meteorology||1300 659 210||www.bom.gov.au|
|Disaster Management Queensland||www.disaster.qld.gov.au|
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