NSW Health's role in an emergency

NSW Health's role in an emergency

NSW Health encourages everyone to be prepared for emergencies that can affect their health.
If you require Police, Fire or Ambulance ring triple zero (000).
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Mental Health Impacts

Mental Health Impacts

Mental health resources are available to support people coping with the impacts of a major incident.
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Infectious Diseases and Food Safety Threats

Infectious Diseases and Food Safety Threats

NSW Health works to protect the community against infectious diseases and food safety threats.
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Planning and Preparedness Resources

Planning and Preparedness Resources

NSW Health develops resources to assist health professionals with planning and preparedness for health responses to major incidents.
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Natural Disasters and Severe Weather

Natural Disasters and Severe Weather

Weather-related events such as bushfires, storms, floods and extreme heat can have major impacts on people’s health.
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Recent Incidents and Alerts

Recent Incidents and Alerts

Information on recent outbreaks and incidents.
 
Currently featured: MERS-CoV.
Currently featured: Ebolavirus.
 
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Chemical and Radiation Emergencies

Chemical and Radiation Emergencies

The response to chemical or radiation emergencies involves many agencies. NSW Health works in partnership with these agencies to protect people’s health.
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Page Updated: Friday 31 August 2012