National Civil Defence Emergency Management Plan Order 2015

Schedule National civil defence emergency management plan

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Contents

1Status
2Interpretation
3Incorporation by reference
4Purpose of this plan
5Audience for this plan
6Scope of this plan
7Objectives of this plan
8Goals of National CDEM Strategy
9Relationship of objectives of this plan to goals of National CDEM Strategy
10Hazards and risks to be managed at national level
11State of national emergency
12State of local emergency and other emergencies
13ODESC system
14Lead agency role in emergencies at national level
15Support agency role in emergencies at national level
16Director
17National Controller
18Group Controllers and Local Controllers
18ANational Recovery Manager
18BGroup Recovery Managers and Local Recovery Managers
19General responsibilities
20Roles and responsibilities across 4 Rs
21Introduction
22Objective
23Principles
24Role of NEMA during reduction and readiness
25Role of NEMA during response and recovery
26Introduction
27Objective
28Principles
29Role of CDEM Groups across 4 Rs
30Introduction
31Objective
32Principles
33Currently formed clusters
34Cluster chairpersons
35Introduction
36Principles
37Introduction
38Objective
39Principles
40Role of New Zealand Police during reduction and readiness
41Role of New Zealand Police during response and recovery
42Introduction
43Objective
44Principles
45Role of fire services during reduction and readiness
46Role of fire services during response and recovery
47Introduction
48Objective
49Principles
50Role of health and disability services during reduction and readiness
51Role of health and disability services during response and recovery
52Introduction
53Objective
54Principles
55Role of New Zealand Defence Force during readiness
56Role of New Zealand Defence Force during response
57Introduction
58Objective
59Principles
60Role of lifeline utilities during reduction and readiness
61Role of lifeline utilities during response and recovery
62Introduction
63Objective
64Principles
65Role of welfare services agencies during reduction and readiness
66Role of welfare services agencies during response and recovery
67Registration
68Needs assessment
69Inquiry
70Care and protection services for children and young people
71Psychosocial support
72Household goods and services
73Shelter and accommodation
74Financial assistance
75Animal welfare
76Introduction
77Objective
78Principles
79Management of buildings during reduction and readiness
80Management of buildings during response and recovery
81Introduction
82Objective
83Principles
84Role of science and research organisations during reduction and recovery
85Role of science and research organisations during readiness and response
86Introduction
87Objective
88Principles
89Legislation involving aspects of reduction
90Reduction at national level
91Reduction under this plan
92Introduction
93Objective
94Principles
95Readiness activities
96Introduction
97Business continuity planning
98Emergency management planning
99Introduction
100CDEM capability development strategy
101CDEM competency framework
102Capability development activities
103Introduction
104National CDEM Exercise Programme
105Exercising and testing activities
106Introduction
107CDEM Monitoring and Evaluation Programme
108Monitoring and evaluation activities
109Introduction
110National CDEM public education strategy
111National CDEM public education programme
112Introduction
113Objectives
114Principles
115Coordinated Incident Management System
116Transition to recovery
117Introduction
118Objective
119Principles
120National warning system
121Introduction
122Objective
123Principles
124NEMA use of NCMC when lead agency
125Use of NCMC by other lead agencies
126Introduction
127Objective
128Principles
129Reporting information during emergency
130Introduction
131Objectives
132Principles
133National roles
134Introduction
135Objective
136Principles
137CDEM logistics activities
138Introduction
139Objective
140Principles
141Management of evacuation
142Types of evacuation
143Phases of evacuation
144Introduction
145Objective
146Principles
147National roles
148Approval to accept or request international assistance
149Requests for international assistance
150Offers of international assistance
151United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA)
152Introduction
153Objectives
154Principles
155Transition from response to recovery
155ANational transition period
155BTransition period functions
156National recovery activities
157CDEM Group recovery activities
158Exit strategy
159Introduction
160Objectives
161Principles
162Government financial support to local authorities during response
163Government financial support to local authorities during recovery
164Special policy for recovery