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Hunua Informer notice March 2016
Civil Defence - How to Get Through
Download you copy of the How to Get Through checklist created especially for our area Civil Defense Get Through
Keep Safe this Christmas
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There have been an increase in the number of burglaries in our area so please be extra vigilant- Any suspicious activity call 111
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Civil Defence - How You Can Help
HAPVA is working closely with Civil Defence to create an Emergency Response Plan for our 3 Valleys. To assist this a letter has gone out to all households in the area with a questionnaire. If you or your neighbours have not received this letter please download your copy here and return it as soon as possible (disregard the date in the letter) so a register of people needing special assistance and those with valuable skills or resources can be updated.
Civil Defence Letter
Civil Defence Get Ready Get Thru
Household Emergency Checklist
Neighbourhood Response Plan: Hunua, Ararimu, Paparimu Valleys
Civil Defence are working with nine communities in the south region to put together Neighbourhood Response Plans.
What is in the Neighbourhood Response Plan:
Threats/hazards to the community
Who will do what before during and after an emergency
It is up to us as a community to agree what it covers, supported and facilitated by council. Outside stakeholders may also be involved for Emergency management ie Hunua Fire and CommunityConstable and Counties Manukau District Police.
At the meeting at the Hunua Hall, on June 29, these people volunteered to be part of the Civil Defence/Neighbourhood Response Plan Team
Lisa Abernathy (Ararimu) 292 4775
Keith Matheson (Paparimu) 292 5896
Tina Bogaard(Paparimu) 292 4366
Malcolm Bell 292 4340
Jane Berney 292 4010
Clive Dixon 292 4785
Carole White 292 4883
Phil Newland (Fire) 021 812 422
Nick Richards (Community Constable) (09) 237 1710 xt.91610
Civil Defence suggest that the Neighbourhood Response Plan should be flexible and able to be updated and changed. In other words, not cast in stone.
The first stage will be for the team to review
Hazards profile: water, land faults, etc.
Resources: what is available, where. Who needs what.
Contact list: each of our communities needs an up to date list
To discuss any of this please contact any of the people listed here on the Neighbourhood Response Plan team.
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Neighbourhood Support Groups
A database of resources and individuals within the area is being established with the assistance of the local fire brigade
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