How do you meet all the criteria for an effective warning which reduces loss of life, injury and economic loss?
Find out this and more at my Forewarned "Effective Warnings" workshop.
Topics include ethics, hazard response, gender and vulnerable groups (ie women, aged, chronic illness, LGBTI, children).
Dr Rob Gordon, Australia’s foremost disaster psychologist.
Dr Deb Parkinson, Gender and Disaster Pod and Adjunct Research Fellow with Monash University Disaster Resilience Initiative.
Today we will talk about understanding the Australian Principles of Effective Warnings and writing effective warnings.
Amanda Leck, Director, Australian Disaster Resilience Institute.
Dr Linda Anderson-Berry, James Cook University for Disaster Studies.
Dr Rob Gordon
Australia’s foremost disaster psychologist
Participants are capped at 25 people each day.
Every participant will receive a free copy of my “Effective Warnings” handbook valued at $50.
Author, researcher and Australian’s foremost trauma psychologist.
Monash University Disaster Resilience Initiative (MUDRI) and Gender POD.
Director, Australian Disaster Resilience Institute
James Cook University Centre for Disaster Studies.
Journalist, author of Great Australian Bushfire Stories and Great Australian Flood Stories, Manager of Emergency Broadcasting and Community Development at ABC Local Radio.
Ian created the Australian Broadcasting Corporations first bushfire warnings; developed policy, strategy and training, and worked with emergency agencies to ensure strong partnerships. In 2016 Ian introduced Emergency Broadcasting to the National Broadcasting Corporation of PNG. He has worked on media training and development in Australia, PNG, and Timor-Leste.
Written with the help of Australia’s foremost disaster and trauma experts, ”Effective warnings” will challenge the way you engage with your community, and help you do it better.
“The Principles of Effective Warnings” – the world’s first workbook with everything you need to know about how, when faced with a natural hazard or emergency, you can create messages which will change people’s attitudes and behaviour.
Do you have responsibility for keeping your staff and your community safe? This handbook and workshop is for you!
Due to Covid-19 Restrictions we have had to delay the event. We are taking registrations of interest. Please enter in your email address and we will notify you when we have secured a new date and location.