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Application: Mandatory
Effective: 29 November 2011

Emergency and Critical Incident Management


4 Procedures

4.4 Recovery

Following an emergency or critical incident, the principal or site manager will:

  • take appropriate actions to return the site infrastructure to normal;
  • develop and implement medium to long-term strategies in conjunction with regional education office school psychologist and Coordinator Regional Operations to identify and manage the ongoing social and psychological needs, and (in the case of students) the educational needs, of those affected;
  • modify specific procedures of the plan as determined by the operational debriefing; and
  • liaise with their Regional Executive Director and the Department's Media Unit for media related matters and when preparing communications for parents.

The Regional Executive Director will facilitate the provision of district education office support to a school in the process of recovery from an emergency or critical incident.


Emergency and Critical Incident Management
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