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About Plans
Tasmania's SES has the lead role for coordinating planning related to emergency management plans identified by the Emergency Management Act 2006 (Sections 32-35). This includes:

  • municipal emergency management plans (Maintained by Councils on behalf of the Municipal Committees) 
  • regional emergency management plans (North-West, Northern, Southern) 
  • the Tasmanian Emergency Management Plan, and 
  • special emergency management plans. 

SES maintains the plan management system for these plans and provides advice and support to other government agencies who have other responsibilities related to emergency planning.

Access to plans 
Plans that are available to the public can be viewed by going to publications

Links to plans that require authorisation for access are found on this page (See 'Current Plans' and 'Draft Plans' below). 

PLANNING NEWS: State Preparedness Project
The SES is project managing a state-wide planning project over the next 12-14 months. The project has 3 bodies of work:

• Renewal of all-hazard plans in each region
• Development of a set of State Special Plans
• Development of resources for validations (exercises).

Select this link for more information on the project.

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