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Revolutionising Public Emergency Communications
Oct 30, 2013 to Oct 31, 2013
|Location||389 Pitt Street
Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
Revolutionising Public Emergency Communications will address how to facilitate messages across multiple platforms efficiently, utilising technologies for optimal reach and meeting public expectations.
Whether it be a natural disaster or man-made crisis, in the state of emergency communicating information quickly and effectively is crucial for public safety. In this digital age there is a growing need for the emergency services and aligned stakeholders to transform the way they communicate with the public.
This conference will address how to:
• Proactively progress Australia’s external emergency contact
• Facilitate coordinated messages across multiple platforms in timely fashion
• Meet public expectations and adapt to the needs of the
• Utilise the latest technologies for optimal reach and engagement
• Manage organisational change in a digital age
Attend this “Revolutionising Public Emergency Communications” conference to hear strategies on proactively progressing Australia’s external emergency contact. Including case study driven presentations and practical insights on; facilitating coordinated and timely messages across multiple platforms, meeting public expectations and adapting to the needs of the next generation as well as utilising the latest technologies for optimal reach and engagement.
Including expert presentations from:
Bernard “Buster” Brown, President, NENA The 911 Association, USA
Daniel Gleeson, Attorney General’s Department
Craig Lapsley PSM, Fire Services Commissioner Victoria
Phil Koperberg, Ministry for Police and Emergency Services, NSW
Andrew Coghlan, Australian Red Cross
Tony Harrison, South Australian Fire and Emergency Services Commission
Andrew Edwards, NSW State Emergency Service.
Standard rates: $2499
Early bird rates: $1799
Keywords: resilience, security, disaster, state emergency, bushfire, police, red cross, ambulance, rescue, emergency, terrorism, fire, crisis, communication, community engagement.
|Venue||Rydges World Square|