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A business plan for the ESA

By johnboy - 6 March 2007 8

Simon Corbell has announced, as part of a busy day for him, that the Emergency Services Agency is going to get yet another re-organisation, but now has a “business plan”.

“The Minister for Police and Emergency Services, Simon Corbell, has today welcomed the release of a draft Emergency Services Agency (ESA) Three-Year Business Plan for public comment…

“This is not only a blueprint for our emergency services staff and volunteers but a joint plan with the ACT community.”

A joint plan eh?

Interestingly on the ESA website they’re pushing a “Community Charter” angle rather than Simon’s rather terrifying “business plan”. You can send your feedback on both plan and charter to esahaveyoursay@act.gov.au.

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8 Responses to
A business plan for the ESA
Maelinar 8:52 am 08 Mar 07

I’d like to see a 10 questions segment on this topic…

plane 11:10 pm 07 Mar 07

where’d that link go

plane 11:09 pm 07 Mar 07

It develops.

plane 6:12 pm 07 Mar 07

Hmmm… seems scarily close to 2003…

teddy bear 4:30 pm 07 Mar 07

Watch ABC Four Corners on Monday 12 March to see how the bureaucracy has stuffed the ability of our fire fighters to put out fires quickly.

Thumper 9:14 am 07 Mar 07

Bugger it, yes I can.

The way I see it is that basically the SES now has no voice in the overall organisation and once again I can and only SES the role of the SES being diminshed and their funding cut to the bare minimum.

Thumper 9:11 am 07 Mar 07

I cannot comment….

LIC 7:17 pm 06 Mar 07

What do they need to say in a business plan other than “put fires out quickly” and “get sick/injured people to hospital, preferably alive”.

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