A more prepared, safer and resilient Territory.
To minimise the impact of emergencies and disasters on NT community, economy, environment and infrastructure.
This Plan aligns with National and Territory strategies and policies, including the National Strategy for Disaster Resilience, Critical Infrastructure Resilience Strategy, Framing the Future and Developing Northern Australia. It recognises the comprehensive all-hazards multi agency resilience based approach.
1. Enhanced community resilience and engagement
|Continuous community education|
|Improve government, business and cross sectoral partnerships|
|Empower the community to improve personal resilience|
2. Increased risk awareness and mitigation
|Become more adaptable in our management of emerging hazards and risks|
|Inform and influence land use planning and infrastructure resiliences|
|Drive accountability for preparing and managing identified hazards|
3. Capability and capacity development
|Strengthen knowledge and skills of personnel with key emergency management roles|
|Apply continuous improvements and lessons management to emergency management activities|
|Implement strategic training programs to meet identified needs|
|Improve physical EOC facilities across the Territory|
|Integrate technology and systems to enhance emergency planning, operations and situation awareness|
4. Improved Governance and Leadership
|Clear leadership and governance arrangements during emergency events|