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Responding to an emergency

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It is vital that you take action promptly and efficiently when an emergency occurs. Appropriate measures taken by your business will allow for safety and continuity of your operations.

Always call 000 in an emergency. The safety of you and your employees is of upmost importance and should be prioritised above your business and assets. Be guided by emergency services direction and personnel. It is important to listen to their advice especially if you need to evacuate.

Use the resources below to inform and guide your approach for a prompt response to an emergency.

Contact the team

If you have any questions about responding to an emergency contact the Mornington Peninsula Community Resilience and Emergency Management team.

Content updated April 2024

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