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It’s not just homes that can be affected by natural hazards; they may also be a risk to your business.

Think of how much you could lose in stock, equipment and fittings due to a flood, along with the profits you could lose for the days and weeks it might take you to clean up after the flood. Start creating your Business FloodSafe plan now.

Caravan Park Information

The Western Australia State Emergency Service (WASES) in partnership with West Australian emergency management organisations, have developed a template to assist Western Australia caravan park owners create an emergency management plan (EMP) for their parks.

1. FloodSafe information for caravan parks

Many Western Australian and Pilbara caravan parks are built on floodplains, therefore owners, residents and occupiers need to be aware of the potential for their caravan park to flood and the evacuation an van re-location arrangements for when it does. For information on how to stay safe during floods take a look at the factsheet.

WASES has developed local flood guides to inform communities that are at high risk of flooding. To check if your community has a guide, go to the local flood information page.

2. Online tool

This tool will guide you step-by-step to produce a plan. Hyperlinks and fact sheets are provided throughout the process to assist you. All your details will be stored in the tool so you can log in and update your plan whenever you need. Once completed, you can download your plan as a pdf document and send it to your local council.

Log in to the online tool or register if you’re not registered yet.

3. Manual application template and guideline manual

Download and print the template using the links below and fill it in using a pen or pencil. You will have to photocopy the plan and send it to your council once you have completed it. A guidelines manual accompanies the template to assist you. If you would prefer to have a printed copy of the template and guidelines posted to you please email:

Hazard-specific information