What motivates New Zealanders to volunteer and what strategies could be adopted to recruit and retain them was the basis of research conducted by Jan Charbonneau and Mike Brennan from the Department of Marketing and Andrew Hercus from the School of Business, Christchurch College of Education.
This useful book extract contains tips for managing older volunteers, including managing those who are 'aging in place'
The purpose of the Guide is to support planning for pandemic influenza, provide reference material and a checklist on pandemic influenza and a framework upon which more detailed planning may be based.
The Community Pandemic Planning Guide fills a need identified by community groups throughout New Zealand. Developed by the Canterbury CDEM Group, with input from MCDEM, it is designed to help communities to plan to be able to meet their own needs during a pandemic.
This guideline has been developed to provide a framework for organisational debriefing that can be used by CDEM stakeholders.
This report summarises the observations and interpretations of a reconnaissance trip to central Ecuador in November 2004. The purpose of the trip was to investigate infrastructural and agricultural volcanic impacts and volcanic hazard emergency management in Ecuador, focussing on lessons for New Zealand.
The purpose of this guideline is to provide a coordinated framework for recovery planning and management in New Zealand. It is to help CDEM Groups understand recovery so they can develop effective CDEM Group recovery plans. The guideline identifies all the components as well as pre– and post-event recovery activities and is designed to provide practical advice for developing recovery plans.
Australian Emergency Management Volunteers Summit 2005 report
This fact sheet explains the ‘CDEM Cluster Approach’
‘Focus on Recovery’ provides a framework for recovery planning and management in New Zealand for local government, Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) groups and government departments.