The City of Bunbury has developed plans and structures to bring together government, voluntary, and private agencies in a coordinated way to deal with major emergencies through its Local Emergency Management Committee. Plans cover the whole spectrum of hazards, including prevention, preparedness, response and recovery.
The City of Bunbury Local Emergency Management Committee (LEMC) is a committee established under the Emergency Management Act that advises and assists the City in ensuring that local emergency management arrangements are established and maintained for its district.
The LEMC membership draws on the City of Bunbury, WA Police, Department of Fire and Emergency Services, St John Ambulance, State Emergency Service and Fire and Rescue Service to name a few.
An Emergency Management Evacuation Plan has also been created by the City of Bunbury, to deal with bushfires, floods, severe weather, hazardous materials incident, terrorist and civil disturbances.
For more information on Emergency Safety, follow the links below:
For information on on how to prepare for the bushifre season visit the Safer Community Network website HERE.
- Bunbury Emergency Management Arrangements - General Plan
- Annex 1 Terms of Reference
- Annex 2 Emergency Risk Management
- Annex 3 Response Arrangements
- Annex 4 Hazard Plan
- Annex 6 Bunbury Bush Fire Response Plan
- Annex 8 Business Continuity
- Annex 9 Shark Hazard Management Plan
- Annex 10 Bunbury Emergency Evacuation Plan
Bunbury Regional Hospital - 9722 1000
RuralLink - 1800 522 002 (Operating between 4:00pm and 9:00am weekdays, 24hrs over weekends and Public Holidays)
Poison Information Centre - 13 1126
Bunbury Police Station: 13 1444 or 9722 2111
ATCO Gas Australia - 13 13 52
Western Power - 13 1351