Time: 11:00 am
Extreme weather events are on the rise. Floods, storms, fires and heatwaves can damage your home and force you to leave for a period of time. Such events are disruptive, yet we can reduce the stress and hardship that follows by taking some simple steps now.
While storms can happen at any time of the year, between October and March, NSW sees increased chances of strong winds and heavy rain, which risks floods and flash floods. Extreme heat can be equally as dangerous, but when temperatures climb there are things you can do to stay safe and healthy, and help others.
Join the Australian Red Cross and NSW State Emergency Services for the “Get Prepared: Summer Weather” online information session to learn about how you can be better prepared for the summer season ahead.
How to prepare for a heatwave: Learn how to stay cool, avoid risks and identify heat exhaustion and heat stroke while staying COVID-safe.
Being prepared for storms and floods: Learn how to prepare your home, who you can call for help, and where to get reliable current information on severe weather events.
To register click here
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with a Zoom link to join the information session.