Policies, Guidelines and Forms
Queensland public records are at risk of being lost or damaged in disaster events. In circumstances such as natural disasters, authorisation for the disposal of damaged public records or notification of lost records may be required to ensure public authorities remain compliant with the Public Records Act 2002 (the Act). The loss of public records, including vital records, in a disaster significantly impact on a public authority, and result in a loss of corporate memory.
Queensland State Archives provides advice on disaster preparedness and recovery at: http://www.archives.qld.gov.au/Recordkeeping/Disaster/Pages/Default.aspx
Queensland Recovery Guidelines* (PDF / 1.37 MB)
State Disaster Management Plan* (PDF / 2.29 MB)
Disaster Management Strategic Policy Framework* (PDF / 308 KB)
Offers of Assistance Guidelines (PDF / 1.85 MB)
Queensland District Disaster Management Guidelines* (PDF / 1.38 MB)
Queensland Local Disaster Management Guidelines* (PDF / 2.5 MB)
Queensland Evacuation Guidelines* (PDF / 1 MB)
Queensland Public Cyclone Shelters Operations Guidelines* (PDF / 9.4 MB)
Queensland Disaster Management Arrangements Participants Guide* (PDF / 6.62 MB)
Queensland Disaster Management Training Framework (PDF / 370 KB)
Disaster Management Training Handbook (PDF / 6.5 MB)
Nuclear Powered Warship Visits to the Port of Brisbane* (PDF Document 293KB)
Nuclear Powered Warship Visits to the Port of Gladstone* (PDF Document 413KB)
Queensland chemical, biological and radiological plan
Natural disaster response and recovery arrangements
For guidelines and forms associated with the Natural Disaster Response and Recovery Arrangement (NDRRA) please refer to the Financial Support section of this website.
Disaster Management Act 2003
Disaster Management Act 2003*
Forms under the Act
*This publication was produced prior to the current government.