Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)

Community Organisation

Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)
2 Turnbull Street
Thorndon
Wellington 6011
22 days ago

Upper Hutt Business Continuity Planning Workshop

Ainslie Ryder from Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)

There are still a couple of spaces left in the workshop tomorrow night! Head to www.getprepared.nz... to register.
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Disruptions can happen at any time! Whether it’s the seasonal flu, the power being out a couple of days, or a significant event like the big quake, you can plan… View more
There are still a couple of spaces left in the workshop tomorrow night! Head to www.getprepared.nz... to register.
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Disruptions can happen at any time! Whether it’s the seasonal flu, the power being out a couple of days, or a significant event like the big quake, you can plan for disruptions to help minimise the impact on your business. This workshop steps through some key considerations for you and your staff so you will be better prepared in the event of a disruption.

Upper Hutt business owners or a staff representative are invited to join us for the workshop from 5:30pm on Tuesday the 22nd of October for drinks and nibbles at Expressions Whirinaki Arts and Entertainment Centre. There will be an opportunity to explore the Beyond the Cordon exhibition prior to the workshop commencing at 6pm.

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34 days ago

Hataitai Plan & Prepare

Ana Faatoia from Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)

Nau mai, haere mai!

Join us for our Plan & Prepare session, open to all residents, friends and frequent visitors of Hataitai.

We will discuss:
- What the realities are for us living in the Wellington region?
- What are the potential challenges during and after a major event for the Hataitai… View more
Nau mai, haere mai!

Join us for our Plan & Prepare session, open to all residents, friends and frequent visitors of Hataitai.

We will discuss:
- What the realities are for us living in the Wellington region?
- What are the potential challenges during and after a major event for the Hataitai community?
- How can you and your family prepare at home, school and work?

Join us from 6:30pm for refreshments and we will start at 6:45pm, please register by clicking on the link below.

For more information: www.getprepared.nz...

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50 days ago

Houghton Bay Earthquake Drill

Ana Faatoia from Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)

Nau mai, haere mai!
Join us at a praise run through of an earthquake scenario. This will be hosted at the local community emergency hub, an opportunity to learn more about the hub and coordinate the way you will respond to an earthquake as a community. We start at 6pm with pizza before we get into… View more
Nau mai, haere mai!
Join us at a praise run through of an earthquake scenario. This will be hosted at the local community emergency hub, an opportunity to learn more about the hub and coordinate the way you will respond to an earthquake as a community. We start at 6pm with pizza before we get into the scenario. See you there - Ana

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68 days ago

Timebank Series: Plan & Prepare

Ana Faatoia from Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)

Kia ora koutou Timebankers,
We are hosting a series across Wellington city to help timebankers get prepared in an emergency. We will also have information on how you can get involved in your local Timebank community. We have three sessions, starting this weekend in Newtown. All are welcome!
See you… View more
Kia ora koutou Timebankers,
We are hosting a series across Wellington city to help timebankers get prepared in an emergency. We will also have information on how you can get involved in your local Timebank community. We have three sessions, starting this weekend in Newtown. All are welcome!
See you there,
Ana

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180 days ago

After an earthquake, where would you go to ask for and offer help?

Ana Faatoia from Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)

In a disaster, once you have checked on your household and neighbours, you can go to your nearest Community Emergency Hub. It's a place to find out what's happening in your suburb, and to ask for and offer help.

Be more prepared by finding your local Community Emergency Hub at … View more
In a disaster, once you have checked on your household and neighbours, you can go to your nearest Community Emergency Hub. It's a place to find out what's happening in your suburb, and to ask for and offer help.

Be more prepared by finding your local Community Emergency Hub at www.GetPrepared.nz...

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  • Officials
  • Ainslie Ryder Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)
  • Chris Moore Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)
  • Jane Mills Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)
  • Ashleigh Brown Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)
  • Ana Faatoia Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)