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In the interest of transparency, the Office of the Inspector-General Emergency Management (IGEM) provides the following details regarding information collected for the purpose of providing an assurance of public safety. The information in this list will be expanded over time. Access to the information within the listed Information Assets is aligned with Queensland legislative requirements. For further information on the attached list, please send an email to  PSBA.GovernancePerformanceUnit@psba.qld.gov.au.

Alternatively, access may be sought for information not available on the publication scheme or disclosure log via RTI application to http://www.psba.qld.gov.au/rti/apply/Pages/default.aspx.

The Office of the IGEM has undertaken a number of assurance activities about emergency management arrangements in Queensland.

Asset Title Asset Description
2015 Callide Creek Flood Review A review of the Callide Creek flood event resulting from Tropical Cyclone Marcia to determine whether disaster management arrangements and Callide Dam planning and operations were effective, and to identify opportunities to improve disaster management outcomes.
Review of cyclone and storm tide sheltering arrangements This review examines cyclone and storm tide sheltering arrangements in relation to reducing the risk to communities; and how communities are engaged, particularly vulnerable persons.
Review of local governments' emergency warning capability A review that examines the capability of local government in Queensland to issue contextualised, fit-for-purpose, consistent and accurate warnings through all phases of events with a view to identifying means to improve outcomes for the community.
Review of Seqwater and SunWater Warnings CommunicationsA review that examines Seqwater's and SunWater's flood release communications with the community and other stakeholders; assess the timeliness and effectiveness of existing communication approaches; and recommend strategies to improve them.
Review of state agency integration at a local and district levelThis review describes the drivers for, and barriers to, integration of state government agencies in Queensland's disaster management arrangements, with a focus on participation of state agencies in local and district disaster management groups.
Evaluation of Emergency Management Training and Exercise Arrangements This discussion paper evaluates the governance and doctrine of current emergency management training and exercise arrangements in Queensland, and compares them with existing practices in other jurisdictions and sectors, to identify gaps and issues that warrant further review.​
​​Analysis of Disaster Management ExercisesThis discussion paper is an examination of post exercise reports and reviews.  It evaluates how exercise design, conduct, evaluation and follow-up action contributes to lessons management and continuous improvement of disaster management in Queensland.
Review of capability at a district and local level – Mackay disaster district
 
 

​A review to assess local and district capability to deliver legislated disaster management outcomes measured against the Standard for Disaster Management. This review found highly effective capability across the Mackay disaster district. The achievements of the Mackay district reflect the leadership, disaster management expertise and commitment of all disaster management groups.

 

The Office of the IGEM maintains a number of corporate records that relate to general administration or governance requirements.

Asset Title Asset Description
Stakeholder contact details (CRM)This is a database containing contact details of IGEM staff and stakeholders. This database is classified IGEM-IN-CONFIDENCE for internal use only.
​Annual Report 2016-17​The annual report provides information about the Office of the Inspector-General Emergency Management, how it is governed, its activities, performance and future direction. The annual report also provides an overview of financial and non-financial performance and key achievements.
Annual Report 2014 - 2015The annual report provides information about the Office of the Inspector-General Emergency Management, how it is governed, its activities, performance and future direction. The annual report also provides an overview of financial and non-financial performance and key achievements.
​Annual Report 2015-16The annual report provides information about the Office of the Inspector-General Emergency Management, how it is governed, its activities, performance and future direction. The annual report also provides an overview of financial and non-financial performance and key achievements.
IGEM Strategic Plan 2014 - 18 The Office of the Inspector-General Emergency Management Strategic Plan 2014 – 18
IGEM Strategic Plan 2015 - 19The Office of the Inspector-General Emergency Management Strategic Plan 2015 – 19
IGEM Strategic Plan 2016 - 20The Office of the Inspector-General Emergency Management Strategic Plan 2016 – 20
IGEM Strategic Plan 2017 - 21 The Office of the Inspector-General Emergency Management Strategic Plan 2017 – 21
2016 IGEM Year in ReviewThis is largely engagement and assurance activities undertaken by the Office of the IGEM in the 2016 calendar year.
Stakeholder Engagement FrameworkThe Stakeholder Engagement Framework provides the context in which the Office of the inspector-General will plan and implement stakeholder engagement for identified projects, strategies and decision making processes.
Gifts and Benefits RegisterAll items or gifts over $150 received by the Queensland Inspector General of Emergency Management or its employees are recorded on a quarterly Gifts and Benefits Register.

 

The Office of the IGEM maintains a number of online services to assist those involved in disaster management.

Asset Title Asset Description
Qld Community Preparedness Survey – May 2013Output table results of the November 2013, Queensland Community Preparedness Survey. A survey designed to meet the data requirements of the Queensland Disaster Management Sector.
​Emergency Management Prioritisation Tool​The Prioritisation Tool has been developed by the Office of the Inspector-General Emergency Management (IGEM) to assist the disaster management sector undertake a health check of disaster management arrangements using the Standard for Disaster Management in Queensland.
Qld Community Preparedness Survey – November 2013Output table results of the May 2013, Queensland Community Preparedness Survey. A survey designed to meet the data requirements of the Queensland Disaster Management Sector.
Public PresentationsOffice of the Inspector-General Emergency Management presentations such as interviews, conference presentations and videos.
Fact SheetsFact sheets developed by the Office of the Inspector-General Emergency Management to help disaster management practitioners review and assess their disaster management arrangements.