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Environment Canterbury is a joint lead agency for emergency management. It is required to be a member and
administering authority for the Canterbury Civil Defence Emergency Management Group (Civil Defence Emergency
Management Act 2002). Environment Canterbury’s responsibilities as an emergency response agency include responding to flood hazards, coastal marine oil spills and coastal inundation.
Canterbury is vulnerable to a wide range of hazards and, historically, there have been numerous emergencies, such as flooding and stor ..
Canterbury CDEM Group Plan
This plan is a strategic document that provides direction on how comprehensive, risk-based emergency management will be implemented in the Canterbury region...
Emergencies & hazards quick answers
Page created: 14/04/2009. Last updated: 14/08/2014.
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