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September 1, 2021

Get Prepared app: are you ready for an emergency?

Download the free Get Prepared app to prepare for an emergency.

Do one simple thing to prepare for an emergency. Download Get Prepared, co-created by Australian Red Cross and general insurer IAG, to keep your emergency plan close to hand.

Hunter’s Hill Council encourages you to prepare and stay safe in a disaster or a time of crisis by downloading and completing an emergency plan on the Get Prepared app.

The app helps you connect with your key support people, accomplish simple tasks to make you and your loved ones safer, and protect the things that matter to you.

Get Prepared is a free and easy to use, one-stop tool to help you prepare for any type of emergency. You can:

  • establish a quick and easy network of support with your three key contacts;
  • review the risks relevant to where you live;
  • create checklists of actions to make an emergency plan;
  • save the emergency plan as a PDF to be printed and shared with others.

Hunter’s Hill Council is supporting our residents to become more resilient to disasters.

As a participating Council in the Resilient Sydney program, we are collaborating with the Councils of Sydney to create a metropolis that is connected, inclusive and resilient.

Do one simple thing to make you safer in an emergency. Download Get Prepared.

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PO Box 21, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
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