Contribute to the upcoming Disaster Risk handbook

Take part in a short online survey to inform the inaugural Disaster Risk handbook.

Would you like to contribute to the development of a national Disaster Risk handbook?

AIDR is scoping the development of Australia’s inaugural handbook on disaster risk and invites all interested stakeholders to take part in a brief survey to share their thoughts and aspirations for the handbook. Taking part in the survey is anonymous and should take around 5 minutes. Please feel free to share the link throughout your networks.

About the Disaster Risk handbook

The new Disaster Risk handbook will form part of the Australian Disaster Resilience Handbook Collection and will provide guidance on national principles for disaster risk in Australia. It will incorporate a major review of the National Emergency Risk Assessment Guidelines and reflect the new policy landscape established by the National Disaster Risk Reduction Framework and insights and new approaches outlined in the Guidance for Strategic Decisions on Climate and Disaster Risk.

The handbook will be developed through a process of national collaboration with input from a broad cross section of stakeholders and subject matter experts from Across Australia.