Local Emergency Management Committee

Where: Shire of Toodyay Council Chambers
2022 Dates: Wednesday, 9 February 2022
Wednesday, 11 May 2022
Wednesday, 10 August 2022
Wednesday, 9 November 2022
Time: 5.00pm
Members Deputy Members Responsible Officer

Cr Pearce (elected as Presiding Member in accordance with SEMC Guidelines and Section 38 (3) & (4) of the Emergency Management Act 2005.

Cr Duri CESM
Cr McKeown

Police Officer in Charge – Toodyay to act as the Deputy Presiding Member of the Committee in accordance with Section 38 (3) (b) and (4) of the Emergency Management Act 2005 and in accordance with SEMC Guidelines.

Deputy 1 CBFCO

Chief Bush Fire Control Officer

Deputy 1 CBFCO
Deputy 2 CBFCO

Community Emergency Services Manager (CESM)

Chief Executive Officer – Shire of Toodyay, or in accordance with section 5.10(5) of the Local Government Act 1995, the CEO’s Representative

Emergency Management Officer

Department of Child Protection and Family Support representative

District Emergency Management Advisor (DEMA)

   

Local Recovery Coordinator

   
Deputy Recovery Coordinator    
Welfare Liaison Officer    
Deputy Welfare Liaison Officer    
DFES District Manager Representative    
Main Roads Representative    
Toodyay Volunteer Fire & Rescue representative    
Silver Chain Service Coordinator Representative    
Toodyay St John Ambulance representative    
Morangup St John Ambulance representative    
St John Ambulance Community Paramedic
Toodyay SES Representative
Red Cross Representative
Ranger Representatives
Principal, Toodyay District High School
Health/Medical Representative

This Mandatory Committee is established under Section 38(1) of the Emergency Management Act 2005.

The purpose of the Local Emergency Management Committee (LEMC) is to advise and assist the Local Government in ensuring that the Local Emergency Management arrangements are established for its district; to liaise with public authorities and other persons in the development, review and testing of Local Emergency Management arrangements; and to carry out other emergency management activities as directed by the State Emergency Management Committee (SEMC) or prescribed by the Regulations.

The LEMC has specific functions to follow that are set out in Section 39 and 40 of the Emergency Management Act 2005 (EM Act).       This Committee does not have any delegated authority.

The two documents that act as guidelines for holding Committee Meetings are as follows:

 All dates are subject to change.

Related Information

Agenda, Minutes and Notes

Committee Book