Community Preparedness and Resilience Survey

Community Preparedness and Resilience Survey is a survey that aims to work together with communities to increase preparedness for disasters. It’s about how NSW SES can work better with you. The survey will provide a snapshot in time report on the levels of preparedness and resilience of communities in terms of their strengths and challenges.

The survey is open to all NSW residents. This anonymous survey includes 18 questions on preparedness, natural hazards, resilience and demographic information. Should your involvement in this survey cause distress, please contact: 

Lifeline 

T: 13 11 14  

Lifeline 

Kids Helpline 

T: 1800 551 800   

 Kids Helpline 

Headspace 

T: 1800 650 890   

 Headspace 

NSW SES values the opinions of children and young people. For this reason, NSW SES requires children and young people under the age of 18 to get the consent of a parent or guardian before they participate in a survey.

The 2020 Community Preparedness and Resilience Survey is now closed.

We would like to thank all the people who shared with us their views and perspectives.

We are currently writing the survey report. The report will be released in early 2021 and will be provided here when it is available.

If you have any other questions, feel free to email us at: community.capability.ses.nsw.gov.au

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