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M Cartner: Mass Casualties and Real Disasters

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Cartner and Cartner bring some insider information to managing mass disasters.

Cartner and Cartner bring some insider information to managing mass disasters.

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  • 1. Mass Casualties and Disasters Lessons Learned using Social Media in Disaster Management Detective Snr Constable Mark Cartner Dr Michaela Cartner
  • 2. The Spread of Information TH EN
  • 3. The Spread of Information NO W
  • 4. Lessons learned using Social Media in Disaster Management
  • 5. Bundaberg Floods: Lessons Learned
  • 6. Bundaberg Floods: Lessons Learned      #1. A Picture is worth a 1000 words #2. Information is Currency #3. Never be afraid to share information with the public #4. Misinformation will grow with silence #5. Information must be defensible and withstand scrutiny
  • 7. Bargara tornado damage Bargara foreshore
  • 8. Tornado damage
  • 9. A Picture is Worth a 1000 words Lesson #1
  • 10. Lesson #1 A picture’s worth a 1000 words!
  • 11. Information is Currency !!! Lesson #2
  • 12. Backpackers on dump trucks
  • 13. Bundaberg gets water police
  • 14. Use whatever it takes to record information. Improvise.
  • 15. Oakwood State School evac centre
  • 16. Agro Trend evacuation centre
  • 17. The river cut the corner – straight through North Bundaberg
  • 18. Triage facility
  • 19. Oakwood School Airport
  • 20. Lining up for evacuation
  • 21. Medical supplies arrive
  • 22. Information is currency. People never tire of knowing what the flood level is.
  • 23. Never be afraid to share information with the Public! Lesson #3
  • 24. Urban Search and Rescue (USAR)
  • 25. The exclusion zone
  • 26. One kilometre from the river
  • 27. One kilometre from the river
  • 28. Where’s my house?
  • 29. Queen Street, Bundaberg North
  • 30. Note the house on the road.
  • 31. Ding Dong, the witch is dead
  • 32. Kolan Street, Bundaberg North
  • 33. Misinformation will grow with Silence! Lesson #4
  • 34. Innovative techniques to combat misinformation      Ute bonnet White board Facebook Central command facebook/twitter/smoke signals Whatever it takes, get information out there.
  • 35. Information must be consistent, legally defensible and withstand scrutiny. Lesson #5
  • 36. Time to clean up
  • 37. Bundaberg Floods: Lessons Learned      #1. A Picture is worth a 1000 words #2. Information is currency #3. Never be afraid to share information with the public #4. Misinformation will grow with silence #5. Information must be consistent, legally defensible and withstand scrutiny.
  • 38. Questions?

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