Reference Groups

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The Reference Groups will lead the content development and management of key areas of the Wiki. They are your point of contact for questions or help.

We are seeking nominations for reference groups. For more information on what’s involved, please visit the Reference Groups information page on the blog site.

Contents

Groups List

Emergency Preparation

Emergency Response

Emergency Recovery

Business Continuity

The Business Continuity Institute Australasian Chapter is leading this Reference Group, headed by Paul Trebilcock, BCI Forum Leader, QLD Business Continuity Australasian Chapter, and Director at JBT Global. The BCI has formed a knowledge sharing alliance with the Emergency 2.0 Wiki. For more information about the alliance, plesae visit our website Alliances page or the BCI site [1]

Crisis Communications

  • Business Sector: Philippe Borremans, Chief Social Media Officer at Van Marcke, Online Public Relations blogger at Conversationblog (Brussels, Belgium)
  • Government Sector: Simon Hiscock, Communications Project Manager, Department of Premier and Cabinet (Tasmania, Australia)

Accessibility

Employee Engagement

Volunteer Engagement

Technology and Innovation

See Technology and Innovation Reference Group page for more information

Risk and Mitigation

The Risk Management Institution of Australasia (RMIA) is leading this Reference Group, headed by Kerry McGoldrick, Committee Member, NSW Chapter, RMIA, and Senior Manager, Advisory at Ernst & Young (NSW, Australia). The RMIA has formed a knowledge sharing alliance with the Emergency 2.0 Wiki. For more information about the alliance, plesae visit our website Alliances page.

Policies and Procedures

Record Keeping

Getting Started Info for Reference Groups

Personal tools