Projects in Emergency Management

130.703 and 130.799 Projects in Emergency Management

Hard copies of these project reports are available from the emergency management collection of the Department of Internal Affairs library, Wellington or through interloan from Massey University Library Services.

Development and Utilisation of an Emergency Operations Centre for a Large Tertiary Education Institution - Chris Hawker. 2010.
Hawker_C_2010_Campus_EOC1.pdf (2,089 KB)

Children’s perspective and understanding of natural and man-made hazards and school education and preparedness in Palmerton North – Judith Crawford. 2009.

Developing a collaborative educational pathway for Emergency Management in New Zealand – Steve Glassey. 2008.
Glassey-2008_Collaborative_Education_Pathway.pdf (782 KB)

Development of a plan for community based assessment centres, Midcentral Health Board. – Malinda Nash. 2007.

A study of recruitment and retention of volunteer emergency personnel and the implications for the New Zealand Fire Service: What if you had an emergency and no one came? – Ian King. 2007.

A review of the Emergency Management, Mobilisation and Business Continuity Plans and compliance with the Civil Defence and Emergency Act in the Counties Manukau Police District : Frontline NCO’s knowledge of the plans and the Act. – Michael McIlraith. 2006.

A Review and Evaluation of the Avian Influenza Pandemic Planning, Department of Corrections. – Don Robertson. 2006.

Standards, Practices & Resources in the Animal Research Sector (includes crisis planning). – Gary Pember. 2006.

Hazard Risk Assessment  for the Manawatu-Wanganui Region Evan Lloyd. 2006.
Hazard-Risk-Assessment-Oct-2009.pdf (782 KB)

The threat of fire in rural Upper Hutt – David Etchells. 2003.

Development of a provincial disaster management plan for Vanuatu – Victoria Miller. 2002.

Legal implications for Civil Defence/Emergency Management currently and in the future – Graeme Forbes-Faulkner. 2002.

Benefit and risk: Information technology and its relationship to emergency management in New Zealand – Gavin Treadgold. 2001.

Organisation preparedness – Rod Johnson. 2001.

The effects of the CDEM Bill on voluntary and professional emergency response workers in New Zealand – K J Hoskin. 2001.

The application of behavioural, social and psychological research findings to the generation of disaster warning messages: a new system - Toni Byers. 2001.

An overview of evacuation strategies: planning considerations for evacuation - Garth Stockley. 2000.

The tsunami threat to the Gisborne district and a tsunami contingency plan - R T Steele. 1999.

Aeromedical paramedic rescue response concept using fixed wing aircraft - Chris Raine. 1999.
Aeromedical_rescue_response_C_Raine.pdf (782 KB)

Early assessment, rapid intervention. Two key strategies for effective and efficient emergency management – Mark C McGill. 1998.

Tephra hazard zones for Mount Ruapehu – Antoinette Mitchell. 1998.

Emergency management and the animal health profession in New Zealand - J Mark Howell. 1998.

Project on the road toll in rural Southland – N J Hurley. 1997.

The state of contingency planning in Auckland pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors – Robert Patton. 1996.

Mass casualty incident plan, South Canterbury Ambulance Service – Brent Hollow. 1996.

Development of an evacuation plan for the urban floodplain of the Whanganui River – Max Benseman. 1995.

Tsunamis and their significance for civil defence in Southland – Garry Maloney. 1995.

Lifelines of the Rotorua city ana its environs - Neil Laing. 1994.

Trauma within the New Zealand Police - Grant Buchanan. 1994.

Wildland-Urban interface fire incidents, evacuation and welfare problems, and probable solutions – Allan Gamble. 1993.

The implications of the all-hazard approach for civil defence planning - Margaret Taitaoko. 1993.

Natural hazard analysis of Rotorua District - Malcolm Breadmore. 1993.

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