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									                   STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
                        PROCEDURES MANUAL


SUBJECT:               Post Operations Reports

PROCEDURE NO:          OP - 3


TYPE:

Administration
Operational            X

REFERENCES:
                       •   Emergency Management Act 2005
                       •   State Emergency Management Policy 4.3
                       •   SEMC Emergency Management Strategic Framework,
                           2006-2011.


REVIEW DATE::          30 March 2010


RESPONSIBILITY:        Emergency Management Western Australia [EMWA]


BACKGROUND:

Post Operation Reports are important formal documents developed by the Hazard
Management Agency following an emergency. They provide the means by which
Hazard Management Agencies, with input from all other agencies involved in a
specific emergency management operation, develop a consolidated report as outlined
in SEMC Policy 4.3.

PROCEDURE:

Where the relevant Hazard Management Agency responsible for the emergency
identifies that the response and recovery to the emergency meets the criteria outlined
in State Emergency Management Policy 4.3 (par: 13) a Post Operations Report is to
be prepared and forwarded for tabling at the next scheduled meeting of the SEMC as
outlined below:

   1. Request an agency post operations report from all emergency management
      agencies involved in the response and recovery operation detailing the
      required information.

   2. Develop a consolidated report utilizing information received from all emergency
      management agencies in the format of the attached template (Annex A).
3. Develop a SEMC ‘Item Paper’ to accompany the report for tabling at the next
   scheduled SEMC meeting (Annex B).

4. Forward completed item paper and post operations report to the Secretary
   SEMC via email, secretarysemc@fesa.wa.gov.au (five) 5 weeks prior to the
   next scheduled SEMC meeting for inclusion on the agenda.

5. Forward a copy of the report to the Emergency Services Subcommittee for
   information only (unless it is a HMA addenda item for discussion).




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