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State Government Asbestos in Tasmania
Workplace Standards information on asbestos
Commonwealth Government Australian Safer Communities Awards
Sponsored by Emergency Management Australia, the national awards recognise best practice and innovation by organisations and individuals that help to build safer communities. Includes details of past awards, and link to entry form
Commonwealth Government Emergency Alert. Be Warned. Be Informed
Australian multi-government website providing information on the national emergency alert system, by which alerts are sent to landline and mobile phones in the case of an emergency. Includes FAQs, and links to state and territory emergency service authorities (police, fire and State Emergency Services)
Commonwealth Government Emergency Management
Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department emergency management projects and grants, including domestic response plans
State Government Emergency management (Office of Energy Planning and Conservation)
Office of Energy Planning and Conservation information on managing electricity supply emergencies in Tasmania
State Government Police
Recruitment, senior personnel, crime prevention, community relations and permits
State Government Police and Emergency Management Department
Incorporates Tasmania Police, the State Emergency Service, Forensic Science Service Tasmania, and the Tasmania Fire Service
State Government Police: community alerts and road closures
Community alerts for road closures and conditions, bushfires, and other urgent matters
State Government State Emergency Service Tasmania
Co-ordinates state emergency management arrangements
State Government State Security
Protecting Tasmania from terrorism
State Government TasALERT: Tasmanian Government emergency site
Tasmanian Government emergency website
Commonwealth Government Triple Zero: Australia's Emergency Call Service
Triple zero (000) emergency number, used to contact police, fire or ambulance services in emergencies
State Government WorkSafe Tasmania
Campaign to raise awareness of the need for safe work places

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