QLD: Flood and Cyclone Safety Information

qld imagesWorkplace Health and Safety QLD has issued storm and flood safety information.

Storms, floods and cyclones are some of the more undesirable aspects of life in Queensland. Many areas are still recovering from the devastating floods of 2010-11 and the effects of Cyclone Yasi.

We should all be properly prepared for the threat of a natural disaster. When an emergency strikes, the Department of Justice and Attorney General (DJAG) is there to help with information, advice and support for those affected.

The following links will take you to useful sites that provide important safety information, advice and assistance about what to do before, during and after a natural disaster strikes.

Get yourself prepared

Don’t wait for a natural disaster to strike, be prepared.

When an emergency strikes

For the latest information about flood and storm warnings, visit:

Stay safe during clean up and recovery

The immediate aftermath of a natural disaster can as dangerous as the event itself; these sites provide important safety information.

Services for storm, flood and cyclone victims

These pages may be useful should you become the victim of a natural disaster.

Other useful links


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