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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ACT 2004


TABLE OF PROVISIONS

           Long Title

   PART 1--Preliminary

   1.      Short title
   2.      Objects and guiding principles
   3.      Interpretation
   4.      Application of Act
   5.      Interaction with other Acts

   PART 1A--State Emergency Management Plan

   5A.     State Emergency Management Plan

   PART 2--State Emergency Management Committee

   6.      Establishment of State Emergency Management Committee
   7.      Application of Public Sector (Honesty and Accountability) Act
   8.      Vacancies or defects in appointment of members
   9.      Functions and powers of SEMC
   10.     Proceedings of SEMC
   11.     Establishment of advisory groups by SEMC
   12.     Delegation
   13.     Annual report by SEMC

   PART 3--The State Co-ordinator

   14.     Appointment of State Co-ordinator
   15.     Functions and powers of State Co-ordinator
   16.     Assistant State Co-ordinators
   17.     Authorised officers
   18.     Delegation

   PART 4--The management of emergencies

           Division 1--Co-ordinating agency

   19.     Co-ordinating agency

           Division 2--Control agency

   20.     Control agency

           Division 3--Declaration of emergencies

   21.     Publication of guidelines
   22.     Identified major incidents
   23.     Major emergencies
   24.     Disasters
   24A.    Public health incidents and emergencies

           Division 4--Powers that may be exercised in relation to declared emergencies

   25.     Powers of State Co-ordinator and authorised officers
   26.     Supply of gas or electricity
   26AA.   Interaction with Division 6
   26A.    Modification of Controlled Substances Act

           Division 5--Recovery operations

   27.     Recovery operations

           Division 6--Electricity supply emergencies

   27A.    Interpretation
   27B.    Minister may declare electricity supply emergency
   27C.    Minister's power to give directions
   27D.    Minister's power to require information or documents
   27E.    Obligation to preserve confidentiality
   27F.    Manner in which notices may be given
   27G.    Delegation
   27H.    Inquiries relating to electricity supply emergencies etc

   PART 5--Offences

   28.     Failure to comply with directions
   28A.    Offences against Part 4 Division 6
   29.     Obstruction
   30.     Impersonating an authorised officer etc
   31.     Disclosure of information
   31A.    Confidentiality

   PART 6--Miscellaneous

   32.     Protection from liability
   33.     Employment
   34.     Evidentiary
   36.     Insurance policies to cover damage
   37.     State Emergency Relief Fund
   38.     Regulations
           SCHEDULE 1--Transitional provisions
           Legislative history


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