The purpose of this document is to describe the Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) awards available to people, groups or organisations in New Zealand in recognition of contribution or service to CDEM and the process for nominations.
The purpose of this Guideline is to provide an overview of the concept of impact assessments in a Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) context.
The purpose of the National Impact Assessment Dataset and Dictionary Technical Standard is to provide a common language for carrying out information collection in an emergency management context.
This guide explains the National Emergency Management Agency's role as provider of official tsunami warnings and advisories for New Zealand. It also describes the end-to-end tsunami warning process, and how the Agency, GNS Science, CDEM Groups, and the media can all work together to keep communities safe.
This document sets out the Terms of Reference for the New Zealand Volcanic Science Advisory Panel (NZVSAP).
This Cabinet material has been proactively released by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC), and National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), on behalf of Hon Peeni Henare, Minister of Civil Defence.
This plan outlines the national procedures used by the National Emergency Management Agency to advise local authorities, national agencies and the media of possible tsunami that could affect coastal areas of New Zealand.
This report outlines the exercise of statutory powers during the national transition period owing to the impacts of COVID-19.
Briefings on the State of National Emergency and National Transition Period for COVID-19 that have been proactively released by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC), and National Emergency Management Agency, on behalf of Hon Peeni Henare, Minister of Civil Defence.
On 13 May 2020 changes to the Civil Defence Emergency Management Act 2002 were made to ensure a nationally consistent approach to the response to and management of risks arising from COVID-19, and to better deal with concurrent emergencies during COVID-19. These changes are in place until up to 12 May 2022 (two years from commencement of the COVID-19 Public Health response Act 2020), unless revoked earlier. This factsheet provides more information about these changes.