At the Cooloola Coast Community Local Disaster Management Support Group (CCCLDMSG) meeting held last month, Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) presented the Fire Seasonal Outlook.
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) incoming Senior Ranger provided an update on their burn program and how camping has been managed during COVID-19.
Tony Brangan from Cooloola Coast General Practice gave an insight into the operations of the practice and Diane Bradford, Gympie Regional Council’s Advisor – Disaster Management, provided an update on Council’s disaster management priorities. Thanks to all who attended a great meeting.
Storm and cyclone season is upon us. Residents can make a big difference to their safety by taking a few small steps – prepare your home, have an emergency kit handy, have an emergency plan, and if severe weather comes our way, stay tuned to warnings. For information on being prepared go to Get Ready Queensland – www.getready.qld.gov.au/
Want to know more? Come along to the next Support Group meeting on Tuesday December 1 starting at 9.30am.