Your Preparedness Check

A 5-step process for building resilience to extreme weather events

DO NOT MODIFY - Ready Check Tool - Information For Your Plan

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    Step 5.

    Information for your plan

    Decision making at an early stage is critical to survival in extreme weather events. The information you have completed in steps 1-4 will help you complete your plan.

    A comprehensive multi-hazard emergency plan template and mobile app is available from Red Cross

    Specific survival/emergency plan templates are available for:

    Some information from this site may not be included on other templates – add the information to your plan even if it is not in the plan template.

  • Your survival plan should also include:

    • Contingencies for sheltering in place (if there is not enough warning or it is too late).
    • What you plan to do if you decide to stay and defend.

    Bushfire retrofit rebates

    Strengthen your home against bushfire and ember attack with a bushfire retrofit rebate. Council will cover 25% of the total amount spent (to a max $1,000) and 50% of approval costs (to a max of $500) per household every 5 years. This rebate program is funded by Ku-ring-gai Council’s environment levy.

    View information on our bushfire retrofit here.
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