Local Emergency Management Committee

Vision

Our vision is for the Shire of Chittering to have an efficient and responsive emergency management.

Objectives

  1. To plan, administer and test the Local Emergency Management Arrangements.
  2. To keep up to date the Contact details in the Local Emergency Management Arrangements.
  3. Meet and produce post-incident reports.
  4. Meet and produce post-exercise reports.
  5. Produce an Annual report.
  6. Produce and approve and Annual Business Plan.

The Committee will advise the local government on all matters relating to Emergency Management.

Membership

MemberDeputy
President (Presiding Member)
Cr Donald Gibson
Deputy President
Cr John Davis
Chief Executive Officer
Matthew Gilfellon
Nil
Chief Bushfire Control Officer
Dave Carroll
Deputy Chief Bushfire Control Officer (South) - Dave Wilson
Deputy Chief Bushfire Control Officer (Central) - Phill Humphry
Deputy Chief Bushfire Control Officer (North) - Kim Haeusler
Executive Manager Corporate Services
Rhona Hawkins
Nil
Executive Manager Development Services
Peter Stuart
Nil
Executive Manager Technical Services
Jim Garrett
Nil
Principal Building Surveyor
Nathan Gough
Nil
Principal Environmental Health Officer
Glenn Sargeson
Nil
St John Ambulance Nil
Officer in Charge, Gingin Police Nil
Department of Fire and Emergency Services Nil
Department for Communities Nil
Australian Defence Force Nil
WA Meat Industry Association Nil

Meetings shall be open to the public pursuant to the Local Government Act 1995, Section 5.23 and are not required to have questions from the public as there are no Council delegations.

Meeting Dates for 2019

The Chittering Local Emergency Management Committee meetings commence at 9am and are held in the Council Chambers, 6177 Great Northern Highway, Bindoon.

The dates for the Chittering Local Emergency Management Committee for 2019 are as follows:

Date Agenda Minutes
Wednesday 27 February Agenda Notes
Wednesday 28 August                                               Agenda         Minutes (unconfirmed)
Wednesday 27 November


Members of the general public are welcome to attend.