As part of its contribution to national disaster resilience, the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department provides extensive community awareness and school education resources. These are accessed via the Emergency Management in Australia website at www.ema.gov.au
Recent years have seen an additional focus on the tsunami hazard.
New resource materials are being added and updated regularly, including recently a substantial input of tsunami materials for Aboriginal Australians in remote coastal communities.
In particular the new “Tsunami Community Education Kit for Aboriginal Australians in remote coastal communities” is being distributed widely in physical format, to compliment the on-line resource. This Kit aims to educate about warnings and procedures to stay safe in the event of a tsunami. In association with the AEMC Australian Tsunami Working Group (and its State and Territory based membership), the AEMC Remote Indigenous Communities Advisory Council (RICAC) has identified prime dissemination and distribution points for the physical materials.
New Tsunami Education Kit
Further copies of the Kit are available through an Order Form process, via contact through the firstname.lastname@example.org email address box.
Contents of the Kit include:
Posters aimed at raising Tsunami awareness amongst aboriginal communities
Enquires to Neil Head, Director Information & Public Awareness, National Security Capability Development Division, Attorney-General’s Department at the Mt Macedon campus on email@example.com or via the AGD NSCDD Schools Education Officer, John Haydock at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 03-5421 5297.
These materials are complimentary to those available from the UN International Tsunami Information Center at at http://ioc3.unesco.org/itic/